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Amy C. Sullivan, Ph.D., teaches women’s history, children’s history, and the history of medicine, especially where the intersection of race, class, and gender influence these histories. She uses oral history, narrative writing, digital projects, and a robust public history mindset in her scholarship. In her writing, she strives to connect narrators’ experiences in order to build empathy across differences in lives, times, and places where hurt and misunderstanding might otherwise prevail. She loves talking about books, current issues, and especially loves teaching her students to claim their stories and become better writers in the process.
Recent & Notable Works
Opioid Reckoning: Love, Loss and Redemption in the Rehab State (University of Minnesota Press, 2021)