Monthly Archives: May 2014

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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History Major Wins Library Research Prize

Congratulations to History Major Christine Panzitta for winning the Weinberg Memorial Library’s 2013-2014 Undergraduate Research Prize. Her paper, “Desertion in the Union Army, 1861-1866” examines the ways in which the Union government and the home front defined and dealt with … Continue reading

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Free The Queenston Twenty-Three

A recent special issue of the New York History Journal includes an article written by Dr. David J. Dzurec.  The article, “Failure at Queenston Heights: The Politics of Citizenship and Federal Power during the War of 1812,” examines how the … Continue reading

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