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History Department News: September 2008

Conlin to Discuss African American and Latino Workers in the Age of Industrial Agriculture

Please join Erin Conlin (history) on Wednesday, October 12, in a discussion of her current research on pesticide exposure. This talk is part of the newly created Sustainability Studies minor.

Posted on 10/10/2016 4:25:51 PM

Arpaia speaks on Luigi Federzoni at the American Academy in Rome

Paul Arpaia presented “A Preface to a Biography of Luigi Federzoni (1878-1967)” at the American Academy in Rome and served as a panel member on the Italian public television documentary “Il Viaggio di Hitler in Italia” (Hitler’s Trip to Italy).

Posted on 9/22/2008 1:13:52 PM

Bodle Publishes and Presents on American History

Wayne Bodle published in both the Bulletin de la Societe Archeologique du Vendomois and Common-place: The Interactive Journal of Early American Life.

Posted on 9/19/2008 1:59:03 PM

Botelho Organizes International Conference on Western Medical Cultures and Gender

Professor Lynn Botelho, of the History Department, coorganized the international conference “(Re)constructing the Aging Body: Western Medical Cultures and Gender, 1600–2000” at Johannes Gutenberg–University Mainz, Germany, September 26–29, 2008.

Posted on 9/19/2008 1:53:53 PM

History Professor, Students Participate in Cyprus Research Project

History professor Dr. R. Scott Moore recently completed the sixth season of an archaeological investigation in Cyprus.

Posted on 9/17/2008 1:20:15 PM

“Widows in Convents” by History Professor Mannard Published in U.S. Catholic Historian

The U.S. Catholic Historian published “Widows in Convents of the Early Republic: The Archdiocese of Baltimore, 1790-1860” by Joe Mannard in a special issue on Catholics in the Early American Republic.

Posted on 9/11/2008 2:24:39 PM

Franklin-Rahkonen Discusses Finnish War and Education

Sharon Franklin-Rahkonen made presentations at Finn Fest 2008 in Duluth, Minn., and at the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies in Bloomington, Ind.

Posted on 9/10/2008 10:47:07 AM

Archaeologists Use Advanced Geospatial Technologies in Summer Field Projects

IUP faculty and student archaeologists had a busy summer investigating ancient sites and civilizations in Pennsylvania, Cyprus, and New Mexico. An exciting part of these projects was the use of advanced geospatial technologies combined with traditional archaeological research.

Posted on 9/3/2008 8:29:58 AM

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