Mary Ann Dzuback

Mary Ann Dzuback

​Chair and Associate Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Associate Professor of Education and History (by courtesy)
PhD, Columbia University

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mailing address:

  • Washington University
    CB 1183
    One Brookings Drive
    St. Louis, MO 63130-4899

Professor Dzuback explores the history of knowledge production and gender in higher education. 

Her current project focuses on women scholars in social sciences between 1890 and 1940, what they contributed to the development of social sciences in the United States, how they used their research to shape public policy, and how their research agendas transformed universities' and colleges' knowledge production and institutional cultures.

Dzbuback teaches courses in the social history of schooling and school policy; the history of education, broadly defined; intellectual history of feminism; women in the history of education; history of higher education; and gender and education.

 

Publications

Robert M. Hutchins: Portrait of an Educator (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).

Recent Articles and Book Chapters

"Research at Women's College, 1890-1940," in New Perspectives on Women's Education in the United States, ed. Margaret A. Nash (Palgrave McMillan, forthcoming 2018)

"Women, Social Science Expertise, and the State," Women's History Review (UK) 18 (February 2009): 71-95.

"Gender, Professional Knowledge, and Institutional Power: Women Social Scientists and the Research University," in The 'Woman Question' and Higher Education: Perspectives on Gender and Knowledge Production in America, ed. Ann Mari May (Cheltenham, UK:Edward Elgar, 2008)

 "Berkeley Women Economists, Public Policy, and Civic Sensibility," in Civic and Moral Learning in America, ed., Donald Warren (New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2006)

"Creative Financing in Social Science: Women Scholars and Early Research," in Women and Philanthropy in Education, ed.  Andrea Walton (Bloomington IN: Indiana University Press, 2005)

"Gender and the Politics of Knowledge," History of Education Quarterly 43 (summer 2003): 171-195.

Additional information in Washington University's Open Scholarship located at http://bit.ly/1Qo68tw

Awards and Honors

Washington University Center for Humanities Grant for Co-convening "Queering the Global/Transnational Conversation" Reading Group

Distinguished Leadership Award,  Arts & Sciences, Washington University 2009

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring, Washington University, April 2000, April 2002, April 2008

Spencer Foundation Grant, 1994-96, for Women Social Science Scholars

Rockefeller Archive Center Research Grant, 1994-95, for Women Social Science Scholars

Current Courses

Feminist Research Methodologies  

Reformers and Radicals: Feminist Thinking through History   

Gender and Education

Work in Progress

Women Social Science Scholars in the Academy, 1890-1940

"Women Economists in the Academy: Struggles and Strategies, 1890-1940"