Susan Ware is currently the general editor of the American National Biography. From 1997–2005 she served as the editor of volume five of the biographical dictionary Notable American Women at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University. Her research interests include twentieth-century American history and the history of American women, as well as biography. She has published books on women in the New Deal and the 1930s; biographies of Molly Dewson, Amelia Earhart, Mary Margaret McBride, and Billie Jean King; and a women’s history anthology.
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- A Sporting Chance: Title IX and Women's History
- Amelia Earhart and the Search for Modern Feminism
- Mary Margaret McBride and the History of Talk Radio