Fellows & Affiliates
Gillet Gardner Rosenblith is a historian of race, space, gender, and poverty in the 20th century United States. In addition to her work with the Memory Project, she is working on her book, which will be based on her dissertation, “Criminalization, Empowerment, and the End of Public Housing as We Knew It, 1969-2000.” Gillet has done extensive collaborative research and published on the Confederate Statues in Charlottesville. She also contributed to the Charlottesville Syllabus. At present, Gillet is also helping the Beloved Community Center of Greensboro, North Carolina build an archive from their extensive organizing materials. She is an award-winning teacher who has taught in the Departments of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, History, and African and African American Studies.