Mary K. Trigg is Associate Professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. Trained in women’s history and American Studies, her scholarship focuses on the history of feminism in the United States; motherhood studies and women, work, and family; and women’s/feminist leadership. Trigg is also Director of Leadership Programs and Research at the Institute for Women's Leadership, and the founding director of the Leadership Scholars Certificate Program which she has led since 1998. In her time at Rutgers she has also served as Associate Director of the Center for Women and Work.

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  • Mary K. Trigg is Associate Professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at Rutgers University. Trained in women’s history and American Studies, her scholarship focuses on the history of feminism in the United States; motherhood studies and women, work, and family; and women’s/feminist leadership. Trigg is also Director of Leadership Programs and Research at the Institute for Women's Leadership, and the founding director of the Leadership Scholars Certificate Program which she has led since 1998. In her time at Rutgers she has also served as Associate Director of the Center for Women and Work. Trigg’s current book project, Of Mothers and Time: Maternalism, Temporality, and Representations of Mothers in the United States, 1920-1960, investigates the experiences and representations of rural mothers, immigrant mothers, and African-American mothers in the U.S. In this book Trigg turns to visual and material culture (photographs, novels, popular literature) to examine motherhood in relation to varying practices concerning keeping, marking, transcending, and memorializing time. (en)
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