At the University of Costa Rica earlier this month, Michael Smith (History/Environmental Studies and Sciences) gave a one-week graduate seminar entitled "The Environmental History of the Americas." He also presented a paper, "The Enduring International Significance of Rachel Carson" to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the publication of Silent Spring.
Four students from the Department of History presented their research at the recent Phi Alpha Theta West-Central New York Regional Conference held at SUNY Geneseo on Saturday April 13th.
Welcome to Professor Cynthia A. Kierner's talk on Monday April 22, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m at Textor 101, and hear how President Jefferson's daughter, Martha Jefferson Randolph, helped shape her father's public image in Washington and beyond.
In his essay "History with a Beer Chaser," Smith provides a whimsical account of his writing group that has met monthly at the Chapter House pub in Collegetown for over a decade.