Dr. Lampert received her PhD and MA from the University of Michigan and her BA from
Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
Dr. Lampert teaches courses in U.S. history on colonial America, the early republic,
women, gender & sexuality, popular culture, slavery, and religion. She also teaches
the introductory course for the Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies minor.
Dr. Lampert is working on her manuscript, Wild to See Her: Female Celebrity and the
Transformation of American Theater and Culture, 1790-1850. She has published research
on female platform performance in the mid-19th century and on the career of African-American
singer Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield. Her broader interests include 19th-century women's
and gender history, celebrity studies, cultural history, and history of sexuality.
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for
display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions
of the faculty member or discipline.
- Lampert, Sara. "Black Swan/White Raven: The Racial Politics of Elizabeth Greenfield's American Concert
Career, 1851-1855". Vol. 17, Iss. 1. American Nineteenth Century History , 2016.
- Lampert, Sara. Review of Katrina Dyonne Thompson, Ring Shout, Wheel About: The Racial Politics of
Music and Dance in North American Slavery. Vol. 15, Iss. 3. Ohio Valley History, 2015.
- Lampert, Sara. Review of Jeanne Winston Adler, The Affair of the Veiled Murderess: An Antebellum
Scandal and Mystery. Vol. 95, Iss. 1. Oneonta, NY: New York History: A Quarterly Journal, 2014.
- Lampert, Sara. "Bringing Music to the Lyceumites: The Bureaus and the Transformation of Lyceum Entertainment". In The Cosmopolitan Lyceum: Lecture Culture and the Globe in Nineteenth-Century America, edited by Tom F. Wright. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2013.
- Lampert, Sara. Review of Daniel Cavicchi, Listening and Longing: Music Lovers in the Age of Barnum. Vol. 25, Iss. 4. Journal of Popular Music Studies, 2013.
- Lampert, Sara. "Fanny Davenport, Frances Aymar Mathews, and the Play that Failed". Edited by Gertrude Oberfranc, 214-246. Vol. LXXIII, Iss. 2. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Library Chronicle, 2012.
- Lampert, Sara. Review of Sandra K. Sagala, Buffalo Bill on the Silver Screen: The Films of Buffalo
Bill Cody.. Vol. 47, Iss. 2. South Dakota History. (DOI: Summer 2017)