Sarah Deutsch is a professor of history at Duke University. Her research focuses on gender, racial, and spatial formations from the late nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. She has published extensively on gender and race relations in the U.S. West, particularly the Southwest, and on the urban northeast. Her most recent book is Women and the City: Gender, Space, and Power in Boston, 1870-1940 (2000), and her most recent article is “Being American in Boley, Oklahoma,” in Beyond Black and White (2004). She is currently at work on a history of the U.S. West from 1898-1942.
- Dreams of Inclusion: Re-narrating Race and Gender in the History of the U.S. West
- Power, Place and Identity: Women in Public, 1890-1930
- Shifting Paradigms and Racing Mexicans in the Age of U.S. Imperialism
- The Speculator State: The West and Citizenship in the 1920s