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Phi Alpha Theta Inducts New Members

On April 24, 2017 The University Scranton chapter Phi Alpha Theta inducted its newest members. Congratulations on your scholarly achievement!

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Remembering Professor Williams

It was with great sadness that the members of the department learned of the passing of Bernie Williams in late March.  The loss, however, also served as a time of reflection–one particularly touching tribute was a recent column in the … Continue reading

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Phi Alpha Theta Inducts New Members

On April 12, 2016 The University of Scranton chapter Phi Alpha Theta inducted ten new members. Congratulations on your scholarly achievement! Megan Alexandra Bershefsky Kaelyn Jacques Matthew Lasewicz Albert J. Mackarey Colin Arthur Moretti Amanda T. Palardy Joseph Carlo Princetta … Continue reading

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Italy Up Close and Personal–Summer 2015

This summer Drs. Domenico and Shaffern will again be leading a travel course to Italy (History 296). The four week course, which departs in late May, will visit Naples, Rome, Assisi, Florence, Venice, Milan, and the Alps.  An organizational meeting … Continue reading

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What do you do with a degree in History from Scranton? Ask Brandon Golden.

As part of our ongoing series on students who graduate with a degree in History  from the University of Scranton we offer a guest post from graduating senior Brandon Golden.  Brandon leaves this week for a two year stint in … Continue reading

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What do you do with a degree in History from Scranton? Ask Stephanie Aten.

As part of an ongoing series on students who graduate with a degree in History  from the University of Scranton we offer a guest post from graduating senior, and recently inducted member of Phi Alpha Theta, Stephanie Aten.  Stephanie is … Continue reading

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Phi Alpha Theta Inducts New Members

The University of Scranton Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta (the History Honor Society) inducted fourteen new members on April 14, 2014.  Dr. Adam Pratt welcomed the new members with a talk entitled (appropriately) “Why I Became a History Major.”  Congratulations … Continue reading

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Royals at the American Historical Assocation

Should you happen to be in Washington DC early in 2014 and looking for something to do, Dr. Sean Brennan and Dr. David Dzurec will be presenting at the American Historical Association’s annual meeting. Dr. Dzurec will present “‘Old Tar … Continue reading

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And the Winner Is . . . .

  Dr. Roy Domenico has been awarded the American Catholic Historical Association’s Distinguished Teaching Award.  The award is presented to a college or university professor who has demonstrated a high commitment to teaching beyond the expected requirements of their position … Continue reading

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The Scandalous Dr. Domenico (publishes again)

Congratulations to department chair Roy Domenico, whose article “Sex, Scandal and Catholic Politics during Italy’s Dolce Vita” has just been published in Scandal!: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Consequences, Outcomes, and Significance of Political Scandals.  Go get your copy today! … Continue reading

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