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Historian Consults on Digital Public History/Humanities at St. Bonaventure University

Dr. Michael J. Kramer, Assistant Professor of History, visited St. Bonaventure University to consult about digital and public history/humanities work as part of a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant focused on “Collaborative Pathways for Inquiry-Based Education: Piloting a Humanities Education Partnership.”

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Finding a Home in History & Japan

While searching for a thesis topic, a grad student’s passion for anime took an unexpected turn.

Student News

Aislinn Ladd

BS in History

Academic News

Historian Presents at XXIII International Congress of Historical Sciences

Dr. Michael J. Kramer, Assistant Professor of History, presented a virtual talk, “Alan Lomax’s Transatlantic Ballad: The Modern & the Traditional in Alan Lomax’s Song Performance Style Studies” at the XXIII International Congress of Historical Sciences, held in Poznań, Poland.

Academic News

Finding a Home in History & Japan

While searching for a thesis topic, a grad student’s passion for anime took an unexpected turn.

Academic News,Student News

Students Help Edit US Intellectual History Book Roundtable

History students worked as editorial assistants on a book roundtable for the blog of the Society for US Intellectual History, gaining skills in historical analysis, research, editing, multimedia publication, and project management.

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History Professor Publishes Article on Witchcraft in 17th-Century New England

Professor Paul Moyer, Department of History, recently published “Diabolical Duos: Witch Spouses in Early New England” in Early American Studies, Vol. 20, Issue 3 (Summer 2022): 371-406.

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SUNY Brockport Historians Participate in Federal Grant to Revise History Curriculum

Dr. Michael J. Kramer and Dr. James Spiller join thirteen SUNY scholars in the Adirondacks as part of a federally funded effort to reimagine the US history curriculum across the SUNY system and for K-12 teachers in New York State.

Student News

Emily Flemming

BS in History