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Academic BackgroundB.A. Roosevelt University
M.A., Ph.D., Northern Illinois University
Courses TaughtHIST 200 Nature of Historical Inquiry
HIST 308 Eur-Age Of Revolt 1789-1850
HIST 309 Eur In Age of Natlsm 1850-1914
HIST 350 Topics
HIST 361 Seminar in History
HIST 521 Topics in Comparative History
HIST 550 Topics
HIST 551 Topics
HIST 571 Graduate Reading Course in History
WMST 200 Gender and Society
WMST 300 Field Exp in Women's Studies
WMST 350 Topics
Publications"Working Class Students and Historical Inquiry: Transforming Learning in the Classroom," The History
Teacher, v. 41, n. 2, February 2008, 163-178.
A Workforce Divided: Community, Labor and the State in Saint-Nazaire's Shipbuilding Industry, 1880-1910,
Greenwood Press, 2002.
"Changer l'industrie navale: mouvement ouvrier et relations sociales," Revue d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine, Octobre/Decembre 2005.
"Workers and Community: The Case of the Peat-Cutters and the Shipbuilding Industry in Saint-Nazaire,"Journal of Social History, summer 1994, 777-798.