Carla H. Hay, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, received her Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. She is a specialist in 18th century British history with an interest in radical politics and gender. Her publications include James Burgh: Spokesman for Reform in Hanoverian England; Who’s Having This Baby? ; The Past as Prologue and articles on Catharine Macaulay and John Sawbridge. Co-editor of 4 vols. of Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, she currently serves on the Editorial Board of The Historian and is preparing a monograph on celebrity in eighteenth-century England. The recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Philosophical Society, she is a past president of Phi Alpha Theta, the History Honor society, and the Midwest Conference on Eighteenth-Century Studies. She was also a founding officer of the Faculty Athletics Representatives Association of the NCAA.