About the Author
Christine Neejer is a doctoral candidate in history at Michigan State University. Her fields of study are Women's and Gender History, United States History and the History of Science and Medicine. Christine created Wheelwomen at Work as a 2014-2015 Cultural Heritage Informatics Graduate Fellow at MATRIX: The Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences at Michigan State University. Wheelwomen at Work showcases one aspect of Christine's broader research on the history of women's bicycling. Tentatively titled “The Modern Remedy: Bicycling and the Woman Question,” Christine's disseration explores the multifaceted ways nineteenth-century women used bicycling as an activist strategy to challenge Victorian constraints and shape the transition to Modernity on their own terms.
For more information on Christine's research and teaching can be found on her MSU's History Department profile.
Christine can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.