Linda Gordon

Linda Gordon is professor of history at New York University. She is
the author, among other works, of The Great Arizona Orphan Abduction
(Harvard) and, with Rosalyn Baxandall, Dear Sisters: Dispatches
from the Women's Liberation Movement
(Basic). She is working on a
biography of Dorothea Lange.

Translating Our Bodies, Ourselves Translating Our Bodies, Ourselves

The feminist health manual's message has evolved as its impact has spread globally.

May 29, 2008 / Feature / Linda Gordon

Respectfully Yours Respectfully Yours

Richard Sennett is best known in the United States for his 1972 book (written with Jonathan Cobb), The Hidden Injuries of Class. That study of white working-class men, how they...

Mar 27, 2003 / Books & the Arts / Linda Gordon

Citizen Jane Citizen Jane

A half-century ago T.H. Marshall, British Labour Party social theorist, offered a progressive, developmental theory for understanding the history of what we have come to call citi...

Jul 3, 2002 / Books & the Arts / Linda Gordon

Second-Wave Soundings Second-Wave Soundings

The women's liberation movement, as it was called in the sixties and seventies, was the largest social movement in the history of the United States--and probably in the world.

Jun 15, 2000 / Books & the Arts / Linda Gordon and Rosalyn Baxandall