In the first two-thirds of the fall semester, Professor Michael Trotti taught a 1 credit course "U.S. Elections in Historical Context." He hoped to harness the energy of and attention to the 2016 presidential race to engage students in a historical exploration of elections in this country. "I believed the interested aroused by the election provided a...
Karin Breuer won a grant to attend a NEH Summer Institute entitled “Teaching the Reformation after Five Hundred Years.”
For two days of intensive discussion of on-going research projects, scholars from Germany, Austria, Greece, and the United States gathered at “The Politics and Polemics of Gender in Early American Theater” conference in Salzburg, Austria. On Friday, Friday September 30, 2016, Conger presented her paper entitled “Deborah Read Franklin and Sally Franklin Bache: Intergenerational Cultural Performances of Politics."
In July, Matt Klemm, Associate Professor, History, was one of fifteen scholars invited to participate in a Faculty Development Seminar on the Ancient Greek historian, Herodotus.
A Ph.D. candidate in history at Rutgers University, Raechel Lutz explores in her essay the visual, historical, and scientific significance of a famous mural from the 1939 New York World's Fair.