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Sarah Gordon is a historian with a doctorate in American and Women’s history from Rutgers University. Her background is labor history and material culture, and her book, Make it Yourself: Gender, Home Sewing, and Culture, 1890-1930 was published as part of the Gutenberg-e series. As a Curatorial Scholar at the New-York Historical Society’s Center for Women’s History, Gordon developed exhibitions and digital installations, and helped create a Massive Open Online Course with Columbia University. She has worked in a variety of public history settings and as a freelance researcher, and has taught at Rutgers, SUNY Purchase, and Empire State College. Most recently she is forming a public history consulting firm. As a faculty member of the MA in Museum Studies program at CUNY School of Professional Studies, Gordon teaches required courses such as MST 600 – History and Theory of Museums.