Einav Rabinovitch-Fox is an American historian, specializing in women, gender and culture. She is a visiting assistant professor of history at Case Western Reserve University, focusing on American women's and gender history. Her research examines the broad intersections between gender, politics, modernity and culture. She is currently working on her book manuscript, Dressed For Freedom: American Feminism and the Politics of Women's Fashion, which explores the role of fashion and consumer culture in advancing feminist agendas and shaping gender, race and class identities during the long 20th century.
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