Instructor Biography: Lori Rotskoff
LORI ROTSKOFF is a cultural historian, writer, educator, and public speaker specializing in memoirs and narrative nonfiction; childhood and youth; women’s and gender studies; and arts and culture. She studied history and literature at Northwestern University and earned a PhD in American Studies at Yale.
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A Conversation with Gabrielle Glaser, Author of American Baby: A Mother, a Child, and the Shadow His
A Good Time to Be Born: How Science and Public Health Gave Children a Future
Author Visit: LifeLines by Melissa Bernstein
Author Visit: A Conversation with Jonathan Eig, Master Storyteller and Biographer
Family Secrets in Contemporary Memoirs
Mothers, Daughters, & Family Secrets: Author Visit with Memoir Writers Maya Shanbhag Lang and E. Dol
Podcast Discussion: “Nice White Parents,” Public Schools, and the Realities of Privilege and Power