Department of History

Department of History
Department of History

Carlie Visser

Ph.D. Candidate
19th and 20th Century US, Intellectual History, Women’s and Gender History,
Feminist Thought, Critical Race and Whiteness Studies 

 

Education

Master of Arts in Political Economy, Carleton University 2018
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History, Acadia University 2016 


About

I am a PhD candidate working under the supervision of Dr. Rosanne Currarino. Broadly speaking my research interests include US intellectual, political, and cultural history in the 20th century with a particular focus on the histories of feminism and women’s organizing. My dissertation explores the intellectual life and legacy of the elusive feminist community of the Heterodoxy Club (1912 – 1940) in Greenwich Village and its role in the articulation of, as they termed it, a “new attitude of mind” called Feminism.