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UVM history faculty continue to be known for their expert teaching and their substantial contributions to knowledge, scholarship, and research. Fall 2019 is no different from other times in the history of our department: In the realm of popular culture, Professor Paul Deslandes has been commenting recently on the new Downton Abbey film, offering some […]

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Dear Readers, It’s been awhile since I posted on this blog. I’ve been on sabbatical (until July 1st) but have now returned to my role as Chair of the History Department at UVM and am eager to share some information. My time away was both restorative and productive and I am excited to be back […]

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Dear History Blog Readers, The fall semester ended successfully for the history department in December and we are now excited to begin a spring term.  I am taking a break from chair duties this spring as I take a long overdue sabbatical. During my time away, Professor Sean Stilwell will fill in (until I return […]

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UVM History professor Felicia Kornbluh was recently interviewed about her new book, Ensuring Poverty: Welfare Reform in Feminist Perspective. To read more about this and to hear the interview, please use the following link:https://fair.org/home/felicia-kornbluh-on-welfare-reform/ Professor Kornbluh’s work reminds us that a historical perspective on issues of contemporary relevance is vitally important.

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  Professor Susanna Schrafstetter’s current research on Germans Jews who fled their home country for Italy during the Nazi era was the subject of a piece in a leading German newspaper, Sueddeutsche Zeitung. The article  summarizes the findings of Professor Schrafstetter’s most recent essay in Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte, one of Germany`s leading journals in the […]

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Dear History Readers, I hope that you are all well. It’s raining heavily here in Burlington as I write. As always, the history department is busy with activity. Our own Professor Bogac Ergene, co-author (with Febe Armanios) of a recent book on Halal food, was quoted just this week in the Washington Post. Follow this […]

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Dear History Friends, Colleagues, and Students, I am writing to welcome you back to the start of a new academic year. In my role as Chair, I will be taking on a primary role reaching out to those readers of our blog with an interest in history (and the history department at UVM). There have […]

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As part of our  upcoming celebration of the many publications by members of our department in 2016 and 2016 this Friday (4 PM, at Alumni House, 61 Summit Street, Burlington, VT 05401), we are featuring several of the books that will be celebrated. This last (but certainly not least!), featured title is by Professor Emeritus […]

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As part of our  upcoming celebration of the many publications by members of our department in 2016 and 2016 this Friday (4 PM, at Alumni House, 61 Summit Street, Burlington, VT 05401), we are featuring several of the books that will be celebrated. This featured title is by Professor Emeritus Patrick Hutton. In this book, […]

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As part of our  upcoming celebration of the many publications by members of our department in 2016 and 2016 this Friday (4 PM, at Alumni House, 61 Summit Street, Burlington, VT 05401), we are featuring several of the books that will be celebrated. This featured title is by Senior Lecturer Charles Briggs. Dr. Briggs was […]

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