Mia Brett is a PhD candidate in American legal history, a cofounder of All Women's Progress Party (AWP), and a freelance writer
Mia Brett is a PhD candidate in American legal history and a cofounder of All Women's Progress Party (AWP). She is also a freelance writer on feminism, history, and politics as well as an adjunct in American history.
Mia Brett is also available for speaking engagements.
Mia Brett has far ranging teaching experience in American history and has created her own syllabi in courses on the legal construction of race, gender, and sexuality. She gives lectures on the importance of legal history as well as race and gender in law.
Spring 2019: The Legal Construction of Race in US History (Adelphi) Fall 2018: Black History until 1865; The Civil Rights Movement (Adelphi) Fall 2017: The Legal Construction of Race in US History (Adelphi) Winter 2017: 19th Century Scandals (SUNY Stony Brook) Winter 2016: Sexuality and the Law in 20th Century US History (SUNY Stony Brook)
4 Concrete Ways to Fight Anti-Abortion Laws on Hey Alma
Abortion Is a Voter Suppression Issue on Medium
I Finally Found a Name for My Father’s Abuse on Dame Magazine
Why DNA Tests Like Elizabeth Warren’s Help Racists Out on The Independent
The Privilege and Peril of Being a White Jew in America on The Forward
How Voter Suppression Stifles Women’s Right To Vote on Rantt Media
"What You Need to Know About Your Voting Rights For Midterms" on Women You Should Know
"3 Reasons Why Gun Control Is A Woman's Issue" on Hey Alma
"What About Women's Jobs?" on NeonFragrance
"#MeToo Has Just Begun" on NeonFragrance
"Confessions of Democratic Whores" edited volume