Trumbull Professor of History at Harvard and Faculty Director of Radcliffe's Schlesinger Library
Jane Kamensky is a historian of early America and the United States, with particular interests in women, families, and everyday life. Much of her teaching and writing has centered on the era of the American Revolution. Her most recent book is A Revolution in Color: The World of John Singleton Copley.
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