Katherine Marino

Assistant Professor | Departments of History and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Katherine Marino is an Assistant Professor in the departments of History and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her research and teaching interests include twentieth-century U.S. history; the history of women, gender, and sexuality in the Americas; and transnational feminism.

Most recently, her article titled "U.S. Empire, 1820-2004: United States Women Shape Political Culture in the Panama Canal Zone, 1903-1975" was published in Women and Social Movements in Modern Empires since 1820 in 2017.  In Summer 2014, Dr. Marino's piece “Transnational Pan-American Feminism: The Friendship of Bertha Lutz and Mary Wilhelmine Williams, 1926-1944” was published in the Journal of Women’s History, and "Marta Vergara, Popular-Front Pan-American Feminism, and the Transnational Struggle for Working Women’s Rights in the 1930s" was published in Gender & History in Fall, 2014. She is working on a book manuscript provisionally titled La Vanguardia Feminista: Pan-American Feminism and the Rise of International Women’s Rights, 1915-1946.  

Areas of Expertise
  • American History; US History since 1877
  • Women's, Gender, and Sexuality History
  • Transnational Feminism
  • B.A., Harvard University (2003)
  • M.A., Stanford University (2008)
  • Ph.D., Stanford University (2013)

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