Gayle Gullett is an associate professor of history in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies at Arizona State University. She specializes in American women's history, the American West, and urban history. Her publications include Becoming Citizens: The Emergence and Development of the California Women's Movement, 1880-1911 (2000). With Susan E. Gray, she is a former coeditor of Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies; together, they are currently finishing "Contingent Maps: Rethinking Western Women's History", an anthology of recently published Frontiers articles about gender and the West. Gullett is also working on a book manuscript, "New Women in a New City: Gender, Modernity, and Los Angeles, 1910-1920."
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- Building a Woman's Movement and Becoming Citizens: A California Story, 1880-1920
- How the Vote Was Won in California, 1911
- Modernity and the City: Newspaper Women, the Press, and 1910s Los Angeles
- Winning the Vote in the American West: The Western Woman Suffrage Movement