"Women in the World of Frederick Douglass," by Leigh Fought, associate professor of history and director of Gender and Women's Studies, won the Society for Historians of Early American Republic (SHEAR) Mary Kelley Best Book Prize for Gender and Women's History.

Fought's book won the Herbert Lehman Prize for New York History earlier this year.

You can learn more about "Women in the World of Frederick Douglass" at the Oxford University Press website or read more about Fought's research here.

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