Dr. Sheridan teaches early modern and modern European history. Her expertise is in gender history, the History of Science, history of sexuality, and early modern France. She has published numerous articles and reviews in scholarly journals, and is currently writing a book, The Worth of Women: The Battle Over Midwifery in Pre-Revolutionary France. She has presented her research at several conferences and seminars, including the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, the Renaissance Society of America’s Annual Conference, and the Harvard Humanities Seminar on Women in the Early Modern World. She is co-advisor to the History Club and co-founder of the Gender Interest Group at Framingham State University.