Associate professor and chair of the African American studies department at the University of Maryland, College Park, Sharon Harley researches, teaches, and speaks frequently on black women’s labor history and racial and gender politics. Editor of and contributor to noted anthologies about black women in the modern Civil Rights movement and women of color in the global economy, she is currently writing a book about gender, labor, and citizenship in the lives of African Americans from the 1860s to 1920s.
- Black Women's Cultural Production and Racial Politics
- Black Women, Labor, and Citizenship from the Postbellum Period to Early Twentieth Century
- Gloria Richardson
- Mary Church Terrell
- Re-Reading Du Bois's Life and Scholarship through a Gendered Lens