Randolph Hollingsworth

A recently retired university administrator and history faculty, I seek a new avenue for my creative output. Now that New Zealand is my home, I want to learn everything about its history and in particular the role of women. Using cross-cultural research, I hope to contribute a new perspective to an internationally important “first” of New Zealand – the right for women to vote at the national level.


Genre:

  • Academic

Skills:

  • Freelance Writing
  • Website Content

Branch:

Auckland

Location:

Publications:


Lexington: Queen of the Bluegrass

Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Publishing, 2004.
ISBN 9780738524665

https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9780738524665

African-American Women Voters in Lexington’s School Suffrage Times, 1895-1902

“African-American Women Voters in Lexington’s School Suffrage Times, 1895-1902: Race Matters in the History of the Kentucky Woman Suffrage Movement,” Ohio Valley History (Spring 2020): 30-53.

https://muse.jhu.edu/issue/42130

Mrs. Boone, I presume?

“‘Mrs. Boone, I presume?’ In Search of the Idea of Womanhood in Kentucky’s Early Years,” in Bluegrass Renaissance: The History and Culture of Central Kentucky, 1792-1852. Eds. James Klotter and Daniel Rowland. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2012.

https://www.kentuckypress.com/9780813136073/bluegrass-renaissance/

Memoirs of an Avatar

“Memoirs of an Avatar: A Feminist Exploration of Right-Wing Worlds Flourishing in SecondLife.com,” Women of the Right: Comparisons and Exchanges Across National Borders. Eds. Kathleen Blee and Sandra McGee Deutsch. University Park: Penn. State University Press, 2012.

https://www.psupress.org/books/titles/978-0-271-05215-1.html