Associate Professor of History

Education: B.A. University of Michigan, 1994, Ph.D., Harvard, 2001.

Areas of Specialization: Early American history, American women’s history, American social history, history of childhood, and the origins of inequality.

Courses Taught: American Revolution, Colonial America, History of Work, History of Childhood, American Women’s History, African American History to 1877.

Publications and Conferences:

  • Industrious in Their Stations: Young People at Work in Urban America, 1720–1810, University of Virginia Press.
    Read our Q&A with Professor Sundue about the book.
  • “Confining the Poor to Ignorance? Eighteenth-Century American Experiments with Charity Education,” History of Education Quarterly, Winter 2006.

Awards and Other Academic Contributions:

  • SHEAR/Mellon Summer Undergraduate Fellowship steering committee.
  • Drew University Honors Review Committee.
  • Committee on Pan-African Studies
  • Student Judiciary Board
  • Historiae Faculty Sponsor

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