American women's history, Advertising and Marketing Industries, business and consumption, 1850s-1940s
Women in Business History
Rachel Greenfield is an independent scholar whose research focuses on the intersection of women, business, and marketing in the United States during the progressive era. Having worked for thirty years in the publishing industry, as an early Harvard female MBA she has a particular interest in the careers of prominent women business leaders. At present she is writing a biography of the New York food marketer Rose Knox, long-time president of Knox Gelatine.