Semiquincentennial Student Fellowship Project funded by the Gardiner Foundation

When Distinguished Professor of History Michael Leroy Oberg launched the Center for Local and Municipal History 2018, he had little experience writing proposals for grants funding. Since then he has submitted several proposals to federal agencies and private foundations and been awarded three grants. A recent proposal, The Gardiner Foundation …

Faculty Achievements and Publications Round-Up

It’s been a busy semester in the SUNY Geneseo Department of History! Here’s some of what our faculty has been up to over the past few months. Catherine Johnson Adams (Associate Professor, U.S. History) was appointed to a term as co-chair of the Black Studies program, together with Maria Lima …

Faculty News and Achievements Round-Up

We’ve had a busy few months here in the History Department! Here’s a round-up of some of the individual and collective achievements of our faculty. In October, SUNY Geneseo Provost and Professor of History Stacey Robertson opened the annual┬áHistorians Against Slavery Conference at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool, England. …

“Local History, Public Memory, and the Underground Railroad in Livingston County” with Catherine Adams

Professor Cathy Adams will give a talk this Sunday in the Livingston County Historical Society Museum on how the Underground Railroad operated in this area. The talk is free and open to the public, and all are encouraged to attend. Professor Adams has been a member of the Geneseo faculty …

Ryan Jones at the Rochester Committee on Latin America

Professor Ryan Jones will speak at a gathering of the Rochester Committee on Latin America on Wednesday, February 1 entitled “The U.S. Elections: What They Mean For Latin America.” Together with colleague Professor Karleen West (Political Science), he will discuss the likely impact of the incoming presidential administration on Latin …

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