Anna K. Danziger Halperin


Anna K. Danziger Halperin

Anna K. Danziger Halperin is a historian of public policy, gender, and childhood. She is the 2019-2021 Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Women's History and Public History at the New-York Historical Society, and is a faculty member of the CUNY School of Professional Studies Museum Studies program, where she teaches required courses such as MST 600 – History and Theory of Museums. In her research, writing, and public history work, Danziger Halperin seeks to make policy history accessible to a broad audience. Her research has been published in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Twentieth Century British History, and the Washington Post, and she has worked on gallery exhibitions at N-YHS including Women March (2020) and Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg (2021). Danziger Halperin received her doctorate in History at Columbia University.

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N-YHS Women March presentation flyer

New-York Historical Society Talk Honors 200 Years of Women’s Activism

March 09, 2021

CUNY SPS hosted a virtual tour of a New-York Historical Society exhibit focusing on 200 years of women’s activism in the United States.