Candace Kanes, a former newspaper reporter and editor, and now a historian, likes libraries and dusty archives, doing research, writing about history and related topics, reading many genres of books, hiking, biking, cooking, walking the dog, playing with the cats, and going on adventures with friends.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism, a master’s in American and women’s studies, and a doctorate in American history. She has worked for newspapers in Ohio and Maine, taught history at several colleges in Maine, worked for a number of years as curator of Maine Memory Network at the Maine Historical Society, led numerous Let’s Talk About It book discussions, and curated a variety of museum exhibits.
- Bias, Objectivity, and Newspaper History
- From Slavery to Maine
- Anti-Slavery, Women’s Rights, Race, and Gender
- Early Leaders of Woman Suffrage in Maine
- Woman Suffrage in Maine: A Brief History