John Rosenberg

John Rosenberg did his graduate work in American history at Stanford. After teaching at Northern Illinois and Bucknell Universities (with a year off as a visiting fellow at Princeton), he practiced history at a law firm in Washington working on the largest sex discrimination case that had then gone to trial, EEOC v. Sears, Roebuck and Co. He now writes about discrimination and other matters on his blog, Discriminations.

Recent blog posts by this author

How this Guy Got into Med School By Pretending to be Black

Even if you can’t remember his name (and who but an Indian could?), you may be familiar with Vijay JoJo Chokal-Ingam’s story as told in his recently self-published Almost Black: The True Story Of How I Got Into Medical School By Pretending To Be...