Mary Jo Maynes, Ph.D.

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History University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
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Ph.D.: History, University of Michigan, 1977
B.A.: History, University of Pennsylvania, 1971

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Eric Roubinek grad student UMN
Emily Claire Bruce grad student 2007- UMN
Melissa Kelley grad student 2008- UMN
Birgitte Søland grad student 1993 UMN
Michelle Mouton grad student 1997 UMN
Elizabeth Bright Jones grad student 2000 UMN
Marynel Ryan Van Zee grad student 2005 UMN
Jennifer G. Illuzzi grad student 2008 UMN
Aeleah Soine grad student 2010 UMN
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Maynes MJ, Waltner A. (2015) Family history and world history: From domestication to biopolitics The Cambridge World History Volume I: Introducing World History, to 10,000 Bce. 208-233
Blom I, Bosch M, Burton A, et al. (2013) The past and present of European women's and gender history: A transatlantic conversation Journal of Women's History. 25: 288-308
Gabaccia DR, Maynes MJ. (2013) Introduction: Gender History Across Epistemologies Gender History Across Epistemologies. 1-19
Gabaccia DR, Maynes MJ. (2013) Gender History Across Epistemologies Gender History Across Epistemologies
Maynes MJ, Waltner A. (2012) Special section: Temporalities and periodization in human history: Conversations across the disciplines of history and archaeology Social Science History. 36: 55-58
Maynes MJ, Waltner A. (2012) Temporalities and periodization in deep history: Technology, gender, and benchmarks of "Human development" Social Science History. 36: 60-83
Maynes MJ. (2010) Charles Tilly's legacy: The license to think big French Historical Studies. 33: 299-306
Maynes MJ. (2006) Unthinking teleologies: Markets, theories, histories Social Science History. 30: 1-13
Maynes MJ. (2004) Introduction: Young women in Europe in the era of 'first-wave' feminisms: Analyses of generation and gender Continuity and Change. 19: 343-345
Maynes MJ. (2004) Gender, labor, and globalization in historical perspective: European spinsters in the international textile industry, 1750-1900 Journal of Women's History. 15: 47-66+232
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