Elizabeth Dillenburg is assistant professor of history at the Ohio State University. She specializes in the history of Modern Europe with a focus on the history of Britain and the British Empire. Her research interests include gender history, the history of childhood, sports history, and historical memory. She is writing a monograph, tentatively entitled “Coming of Age in the Shadows of Empire,” about girls’ culture, labor, and mobility in the British Empire. She is also currently co-editing a volume on “The Printed Book in Central Europe” and working on a project about women’s suffrage in Minnesota.