Clarice Stasz is Emerita Professor of History at SSU, whose scholarly books address issues of racism, sexism, and power in America. Her multigenerational biographies include The Vanderbilt Women, The Rockefeller Women, and Jack London's Women. In retirement she has returned to her youthful career aspiration, that of a musician and music teacher.
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|American dreamers||American Novelists|
|Jack London's women||American Authors|
|Stasz, Clarice American Nightmare, the|
|The American nightmare||Discrimination in employment|
|The Rockefeller Women||Biography|
|The Vanderbilt Women||Biography|
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