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She taught briefly as an instructor at Vassar College before joining the Wisconsin-Milwaukee faculty in 1977. At Milwaukee, she chaired the history department from 1992 to 1995, directed the Urban Studies Program from 2001 to 2005, and became a distinguished professor in 2013.
^Faculty, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Department of History, retrieved
^Reviews of The United States Census and Labor Force Change: A History of Occupation Statistics, 1870-1940:
Albert W. Niemi (June 1981), The Journal of Economic History 41 (2): 471, doi:10.1017/S0022050700044119;
Bruce Laurie (Spring 1982), International Labor and Working-Class History 21: 139-144, JSTOR27671424.
^Reviews of Pittsburgh Surveyed:
John F. McClymer (September 1997), Journal of American History 84 (2): 695-696, doi:10.2307/2952670;
Rob Ruck (Autumn 1997), Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 64 (4): 575-577, JSTOR27774043;
Ileen A. DeVault (January 1998), Contemporary Sociology 27 (1): 55-56, JSTOR2654716.
^Reviews of Perspectives on Milwaukee's Past:
Roger D. Simon (June 2010), The Journal of American History 97 (1): 218-220, JSTOR40662913;
Mary Wingerd (2010), Annals of Iowa 69 (3): 351-352, ;
Thomas J. Jablonsky (Spring 2012), Journal of American Ethnic History 31 (3): 114-115, doi:10.5406/jamerethnhist.31.3.0114.