Evan P. Sullivan

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M.A., University at Albany
B.A., University at Albany

Social Science 060W
esullivan@albany.edu

My research charts the intersections between gender, disability, and war in the twentieth century. I focus specifically on the rehabilitation of America’s blinded veterans following the First World War and on wounded veterans more broadly. My research draws on disability history, veteran identity, and histories of policy, war, and gender. By studying the military medical establishment of the First World War I seek to chart the ways in which the U.S. government, society, and the blinded veterans navigated and negotiated the rehabilitation process and re-integration into postwar life. My fields include U.S. social and economic history, public policy, gender, and global and comparative. I am currently working with Professors Richard Fogarty, Kori Graves, Carl Bon Tempo, and Richard Hamm.

Evan P. Sullivan