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Susanne Schmidt

PhD student

Thesis topic: The midlife crisis, gender, and social science in the United States, 1970–2000

Supervisor & advisors: Nick Hopwood, Peter Mandler, Anke te Heesen

Research interests: History of the social sciences; gender and work; age and the life course; media and publishing; intellectual, social, and cultural histories; global history

Website: http://people.ds.cam.ac.uk/sas92/

Publications:
Forthcoming "The Feminist Origins of the Midlife Crisis," Historical Journal 61 (2018), vol. 1. 

Forthcoming "The Anti-Feminist Reconstruction of the Midlife Crisis: Popular psychology, journalism and social science in 1970s America," Gender & History 30 (2018), vol. 2. 

Review of Breaking Up Time: Negotiating the Borders between Present, Past and Future, edited by Chris Lorenz, and Berber Bevernage, Traverse 2016, vol. 3. 

Review of American Pulp: How Paperbacks Brought Modernism to Main Street, by Paula Rabinowitz, H-Soz-u-Kult, December 2016. 

Review of The Prime of Life: A History of Modern Adulthood, by Steven Mintz, H-Soz-u-Kult, January 2016.