Teaching and Research Specialties
Modern Britain, Modern Europe, Modern European women
Carolyn Malone is currently working on her second book entitled, The Art of Remembrance: Designers, the 'Public', and the Contest over Commemoration in Post-World War I Britain. Her book, Women's Bodies and Dangerous Trades in England, 1880-1914, was published in 2003 in the Royal Historical Society's Studies in History New Series, by the Boydell Press, United Kingdom. She has published in the Journal of Women's History, Journal of British Studies, Albion, and Labour History Review. Malone has presented papers on British and labor history at numerous national and international conferences as well as the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Malone serves on Ball State University's Core Curriculum Task Force.
Women's Bodies and Dangerous Trades in England, 1880-1914, in the Royal Historical Society's Studies in History New Series, published by the Boydell Press, (2003).
“A Job Fit for Heroes? Disabled Veterans, The Arts and Crafts Movement, and Social Reconstruction in Post-World War I Britain,” First World War Studies, Vol. 4 No. 2 (October 2013): 201-217.
“The Art of Remembrance: The Arts and Crafts Movement and the Commemoration of the British War Dead, 1916-1920,” Contemporary British History, Vol. 26 No. 1 (March 2012): 1-23.
Article on Elizabeth Leigh Hutchins,Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, (2004).
"Campaigning Journalism: the Clarion, Daily Citizen, and the Protection of Women Workers, 1898-1912," Labour History Review, Vol. 67 No. 3 (December 2002): 281-297.
"Sensational Stories, Endangered Bodies: Women's Work and the New Journalism in England in the 1890s," Albion, Vol. 31 No. 1 (Spring 1999): 49-71.
"Gendered Discourse and the Making of Protective Labor Legislation in England, 1830-1914," Journal of British History, Vol. 73 No. 2 (April 1998): 166-191.
"The Gendering of Dangerous Trades: Government Regulation of Women's Work in the White Lead Trade in England, 1891-1898," Journal of Women's History, Vol. 8 No. 1 (Spring 1996): 1- 35.