Like all things, “fatherhood” has a history. From the enslaved men of the Anglo-American Atlantic to the middling sort to working class daddies and “their chairs,” ideas about fatherhood across socio-economic status in the nineteenth century shared one common trope: Read more…
Averill Earls, PhD
Assistant Professor of History at Mercyhurst University. Researches sex, gender, and incarceration in modern Ireland, 2019 article in the Journal of the History of Sexuality. Other history side hustles include Nursing Clio, New York State Association of European Historians, and the LGBTQ Council for the Pennsylvania History Association. Will tell you about maple creemees, just ask.