Maura A. Henry
  MAURA HENRY is an historian who has taught in and co-led Harvard's History and Women's Studies programs. Having earned her bachelor's degree at Smith in History and Philosophy and her master's and doctoral degrees from Harvard, Maura explores gender, power, and culture in her scholarship and interdisciplinary courses. Her writings include A Duchess's Grand Tour, The Making of Aristocratic English Culture, The Soul of the People and the WPA's Writer's Project, and Rescue (an award-winning screenplay). She has previously led a TAS study tour to Dublin. Currently, she is working on a manuscript on family, dysfunction, and meaning.
  Will be teaching:
    Exploring the Supreme Court and Civil Rights