Shapiro, Ann-Louise

Ann-Louise Shapiro
Ph.D., Brown University
Professor of History (New School University)

Recent Publications:
“The Fog of War: Writing the War Story Then and Now,” History and Theory, Feb. 2005.

Breaking the Codes: Female Criminality in Fin-de Siècle Paris, Stanford University Press, 1996.

Feminists Revision History, (edited), Rutgers University Press, 1994.

Housing the Poor of Paris, 1850-1902, University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.

Recent Presentations/Exhibits:
Member, Comité scientifique, Colloque international, “Justice pénale et différences des sexes,” Angers, 17-19 May 2001.

Chair for a panel, “The French Left: From Dreyfus to Vichy,” Society for French Historical Studies, Annual Meeting, March 2000.

Chair for a panel, “Historiography” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, January 1999. 
Awards and Honors:
Wesleyan University Project Grant, 1993
National Science Foundation, Law and Social Science Program, 1990-91
American Council of Learned Societies/Ford Foundation, 1988-89
American Philosophical Society Research Grant, 1987
Wesleyan University Project Grant, 1987
Fellow, Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College, 1982-83
American Council of Learned Societies, Grant-in-Aid, 1982
National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Stipend, 1982  

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