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Dr. Fan’s New Article on Life in a Chinese Treaty Port

Dr. Shuhua Fan’s most recent article “The Knight Brothers in Niuzhuang: U.S. Merchants & Foreign Life in a Small Chinese Treaty Port,” has been published in The Chinese Historical Review, Volume 27, No. 1 (May 2020): 1-31. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1547402X.2020.1788864

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Student Research Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

  Students in Dr. Aiala Levy’s Colonial Latin America course, in conjunction with the Multicultural Center, designed an exhibit to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.  The student research focused on the Aztecs and their environment, religion, and the Atlantic World.  The … Continue reading

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Dr. Susan Poulson’s New Book on Suffrage

  Dr. Susan Poulson’s new book, titled Suffrage: The Epic Struggle for Women’s Right to Vote, has recently been published Praeger and is now available. The fight for women’s suffrage was a long and colorful struggle, beginning with a small … Continue reading

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Fr. Carbonneau on St. Ann’s Novena and Coal Mine Spirituality in Scranton

Fr. Rob Carbonneau recently spoke with WVIA about the place of St. Ann’s Novena in Scranton’s History.  The discussion is based on his article, “Coal Mines, St. Ann’s Novena and Passionist Spirituality in Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1902-2002”, in “American Catholic Studies”, … Continue reading

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Author Interview with Dr. Dzurec

Dr. David Dzurec recently posted to the “Author’s Corner” on the history blog, “The Way of Improvement Leads Home.”

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Dr. Dzurec on John Jay and the Algerian Crisis

Dr. David Dzurec recently contributed a guest post to the Papers of John Jay Blog: John Jay Confronts the Algerian Crisis    

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Fr. Carbonneau on the Passionist Exhibit at the Weinberg Library

Father Rob Carbonneau, Passionist Historian and Adjunct Professor of History, recently spoke to WYOU and WVIA about the new Passionist exhibit at the Weinberg Memorial Library.  Fr. Carbonneau will be giving a public talk on Monday, April 8, at 6:00 … Continue reading

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Dr. Shuhua Fan Appointed to the Pennsylvania Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs

Congratulations to Dr. Shuhua Fan who was sworn in as a member of the Pennsylvania Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs this past Monday. The Governor’s Advisory Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs, which was created by Executive … Continue reading

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Dr. Lawrence Kennedy publishes new work on “Bricklayer Bill”

Along with his son Patrick, Dr. Lawrence Kennedy has recently finished work on his most recent book, Bricklayer Bill: The Untold Story of the Workingman’s Boston Marathon. The book traces the experience of Irish American “Bricklayer Bill” Kennedy won the … Continue reading

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Dr. Susan Poulson on Going Co-Ed

Dr. Susan Poulson was recently featured in an article in The Atlantic about “What Girl Scouts Can Learn from Women’s Colleges.”  Dr. Poulson co-editor of Going Coed: Women’s Experiences in Formerly Men’s Colleges and Universities, 1950-2000, offered her perspective on … Continue reading

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