Sarah Knott Interview 12/11/18

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In the sixth episode of the Cambridge American History Seminar Podcast, Sarah Knott of Indiana University and the Rothermere Institute, University of Oxford, speaks to Lewis Defrates about her paper 'Mother is a Verb: British and North American Histories Since the Seventeenth Century'. We discuss her use of personal and historical anecdote, the challenges of writing a longue durée history of motherhood that is 'bodily, not biological' and the connections between this project and her previous work on Sensibility in the American Revolution. We also briefly talk about historians memoirs and Swedish hip-hop. 'Mother is a Verb' will be published by Macmillan in the US and by Viking in the UK as 'Mother: An Unconventional History' in Spring 2019. Feel free to get in touch via @camericanist on Twitter or ltd27@cam.ac.uk if you have any questions, suggestions or feedback for the future. Spread the word, and thanks for listening!

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