My Most Recent Book
"A hard-hitting, carefully documented analysis. . . This text stands out among the many other recent, serious titles dealing with trafficking."
A Sampling of Reviews
"...a thorough and in-depth analysis of the complex issue of human trafficking...well researched and eye opening...." --praise for Human Trafficking
"The presentation is superb..." --praise for Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Women's Liberty
"One of the best recent books on the subject of women and the vote." --for Women's Suffrage in America
"...a highly readable and fascinating portrait of the many ways the law has affected women's lives." --for Women's Rights on Trial
"...engaging prose style enlivened by frequent quotes from primary sources...." --for the Encyclopedia of Women's History in America
"Nearly 100 women speak through these pages...Their voices are strong and compelling" --for American Women Activists' Writings
Brief Background Notes
Recipent, New York Public Library's "Outstanding Reference Book"
Recipient, New York Public Library's "Best Book for the Teen Age"
Consultant on Women's Issues to Grolier's New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia
Member of the advisory board for the Primary Source Media CD-ROM American Journey: Women in America
Member of the Authors Guild
Member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors
Kathryn Cullen-DuPont is the author of Global Issues: Human Trafficking (Facts On File, 2009), American Women Activists' Writings (Cooper Square Press, 2002), The Encyclopedia of Women's History in America (Facts On File, 1996, revised 2000), and Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Women's Liberty (Facts On File, 1992). She is also the co-author, with Elizabeth Frost Knappman, of Women's Suffrage in America (Facts On File, 1992, revised 2005) and Women's Rights on Trial (Gale, 1997). At present, she is working on a book about women and religion, which will be published by Facts On File.
Kathryn holds a B.A. from New York University and an M.F.A. from Goddard College, where she currently heads the Clockhouse Writers' Conference. The coordinator of Writing Across the Curriculum and an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Humanities and Media Studies at Pratt Institute, she lives in Brooklyn, New York.
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