Sarah Horowitz


Sarah Horowitz is an associate professor of history and core faculty in Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Washington and Lee University, teaching classes on crime and scandal in the nineteenth century, gender in modern Europe, and the history of Parisian life. She has a PhD in modern European history from UC Berkeley, and her book Friendship and Politics in Postrevolutionary France was published by Penn State University Press in 2013. She has been published in The Washington Post, Nursing Clio, and many academic journals.

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