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Presented Papers at Regional, National, and International Conferences

2007

Moore, R. Scott. “Analysis of the Late Roman Ceramics from Pyla-Koutsopetria.” Paper presented at the 108th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.

2006

Arpaia, Paul. “Creating E-Learning Communities that Read and Write.” Peer-to-Peer Workshops, Instructional Design Center, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Arpaia, Paul. “Radium as a Cultural Phenomenon in late-19th-century Italy.” Paper presented at The History of Science Society, Society for Social Studies of Science and the Philosophy of Science Association Joint Meeting (Vancouver, British Columbia).

Arpaia, Paul. “The Nationalist Dilemma of Tourism in Giolittian Italy.” Consuming Italy: Consumption in Italy and the Consumption of Italy, Association for the Study of Modern Italy and the Italian Cultural Institute (London , UK ).

Botelho, Lynn. “Ageing Stories: Narrative Construction of Age and Gender.” University of Greifswald, Germany, 4-6 September 2006.

Botelho, Lynn. “Elizabeth Freke and the Medicalization of Old Age in Early England.” University of Greifswald, Germany, 4-6 September 2006.

Botelho, Lynn. “When the healer becomes the patient: old age and illness in the life of Elizabeth Freke, 1641–1714.” Paper presented at the Women, Health and Healing in Early Modern Europe Conference, The Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University.

Baumler, Alan. “Labor, Opium and the Chinese.” Paper presented at Asian Migrations SUNY Binghamton.

Moore, R. Scott. “Between City and Country: Settlement on the Fringe in Late Roman Cyprus.” Paper presented at the at the American Schools of Oriental Research annual meeting, with William Caraher and David Pettegrew.

Moore, R. Scott. “The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project.” Poster presented at the 107th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America.

2005

Arpaia, Paul. Facilitator, “IT Matters: Redefining Effective Communication. The 5th Annual Symposium on Communication and Computer-Mediated Communication,” Baruch College, CUNY.

Moore, R. Scott. “Pyla Koutsopetria Archaeological Project 2003-2005: Preliminary Results.” Paper presented with William Caraher and David Pettegrew at the American Schools of Oriental Research annual meeting.

Moore, R. Scott. “The Pyla Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: The 2004 Season.” Paper presented with William Caraher and David Pettegrew at the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute 22nd Annual Summer Workshop in Collaboration with the Department of Antiquities Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

Zens, Robert. “The Ayanlik and the Emergence of the Ottoman Warlord, 1791–1815.” Paper presented at thr Middle East Studies Association Conference, Washington, D.C.

2004

Arpaia, Paul. “Constructing the Nation through Literary and Historical Narrative: Giosuè Carducci and Alfredo Oriani.” Paper presented at Nationalism, Historiography and the (Re)construction of the Past. Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies. University of Birmingham (UK).

Bailey, Gary. “Preserving World History Surveys in the Context of Diminished Resources.” Paper presented at World History: The Next Ten Years, sponsored by The World History Association, Boston.

Baumler, Alan. “The Model Colony and the Model Colonial Citizen: Opium in Colonial Taiwan.” Paper presented at 18th IAHA conference in Taipei.

Baumler, Alan. “Opium and History in and out of China.” Paper presented at the conference Chinese History in Multi-Perspectives, Qinghua University.

Baumler, Alan. “Citizenship, the Nation and the Race: China and the Geneva Opium Conferences, 1924–1925.” Paper presented at the conference As China Meets the World: China's Changing Position in the International Community, 1840–2000, Vienna.

Finegan, Caleb. “Team Teaching in the Large World History Survey.” Paper presented at the World History Conference, Boston, MA.

Lu, Soo. “Using the New Cold War Scholarship in the Secondary School Classroom.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Council for Social Studies, Pittsburgh, PA.

Mannard, Joseph. “ ‘There Will Probably Be for Some Time Protestant Opposition’: Visitation Nuns’ Encounter with Anti-Catholicism in Antebellum Wheeling.” Paper presented at the 6th Triennial History of Women Religious Conference, Atchison, Kansas..

Moore, R. Scott. “The Development of the Byzantine Dromon.” Paper presented at the 30th annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

Moore, R. Scott. “The Pyla Koutsopetria Archaeological Project.” Paper presented with William Caraher and David Pettegrew at the Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute 22nd Annual Summer Workshop in Collaboration with the Department of Antiquities Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus.

“Moore, R. Scott. The Benefits of Technology in a Large World History Survey.” Paper presented at World History: The Next Ten Years, Boston, Massachusetts.

2003

Arpaia, Paul. “Il Giornale d’Italia, the New Mediterranean Order and Italian Modernism.” Paper presented at Modernity and Modernism in the Mediterranean, University of Toronto.

Baumler, Alan. “Separating the Sheep from the Goats: Defining and counting opium addicts in Republican China..” Paper presented at workshop entitled Deviance and Social Control in Early Twentieth Century China, Harvard University.

Baumler, Alan. “Money and Policy: Feng Guochang and the Opium Combine Case.” Paper presented at Association for Asian Studies national meeting.

Botelho, Lynn. “The Changing Face of Old Age: Eye Treatments and the Elderly in Early Modern England.” Paper presented at the Anglo-American Conference, The Institute of Historical Research, The University of London.

Mannard, Joseph. Review of Helen M. Lewis and Monica Appleby, Mountain Sisters: From Convent to Community in Appalachia. In Ohio Valley History (Winter 2003): pp. 62-63.

Moore, R. Scott. “Reevaluating Mediterranean Trade Patterns: Environmental Factors and Harbor Construction in Late Antique Cyprus.” Paper presented at the 104th annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, Louisiana,(2003, January).

2002

Baumler, Alan. “Growers, Smokers, and the Limits of State Authority: Nationalist Opium Suppression in Town and Country.” Paper presented at Association for Asian Studies national meeting.

Botelho, Lynn. “Agents of their Destines: Poor, Old Women in Early Modern England.” Paper presented at the European Social Science History Conference, The Hague, The Netherlands.

Finegan, Caleb. “Parish Priests on Defense in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680 to 1700.” Paper presented at the New England Council on Latin American Studies, Worchester, MA.

Finegan, Caleb. “Puffery and Self-Promotion in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680–1730.” Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Latin American Studies Association, Nashville, TN.

Mannard, Joseph. “‘There Will Probably Be for Some Time Protestant Opposition’: Female Education and Sectarian Competition in Antebellum Wheeling.” Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Conference on American Studies and Popular Culture, Pittsburgh, PA..

Moore, R. Scott. “Drought and Decline: The Effects of Climate on Byzantine Cyprus.” Paper presented at the 28th annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Columbus, Ohio.

2001

Finegan, Caleb. “Village Politics and the Pastoral Visita in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680–1730.” Paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Latin American Studies Association, Cleveland, OH.

Mannard, Joseph. “‘Our Dear Houses Are Here, There, and Everywhere’: The Convent Revolution in Antebellum America.” Paper presented at the 5th Triennial Conference on the History of Women Religious, Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI.

2000

Finegan, Caleb. “Priests, Parishioners and the Moral Economy of Village Life in the Diocese of La Paz, 1680–1730.” Paper presented at the Latin American Studies Association International Conference, Miami, Florida.

Mannard, Jospeh. Review of Nancy Lusignan Schultz, Fire and Roses: The Burning of the Charlestown Convent, 1834. In American Catholic Studies 111 (Spring-Winter 2000): 98-100.

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