Carole Srole, a professor of gender and labor history at the California State University, Los Angeles, is the author of Transcribing Class and Gender: Masculinity and Femininity in Nineteenth-Century Courts and Offices (2009). Her new book project explores the press conversations about and actual marriages of millionaires and working-class women at the turn of the twentieth century. She received the AHA Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award in 2006.
- Downton Abbey's American Kin: Upper-Class Marriage and Transnational Celebrity
- Gender Balances: Changes in Discourses
- Is It Possible to Enjoy Reading Final Essay Exams? Scaffolding Assignments, Teaching Skills, and History
- Millionaires Marrying Working Women
- Reassessing Respectability: Beauty, Fashion, and Gold-Digging in U.S. Offices and Courts at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
- The Historian's Craft: How to Teach Critiquing