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CENTER FOR THE TEACHING OF AMERICAN HISTORY
Professor Thomas Dublin, Director
Center Office: Academic B G10
Phone: (607) 777-6769



HIST 530B/508, ISSUES IN U.S. HISTORY, 1877-PRESENT

Mary Broczkowski, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2005
DBQ: The New Immigrants



Amber Lovell, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: Protesting Vietnam



Nancy George, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Japanese Internment


Pamela McKiernan, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: American Women and World War II


Rebecca Taylor, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Civil Rights Movement


Anthony Rovente, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: The Modern Civil Rights Movement: An African American Perspective


Angelo Macchiano, MAT- Social Studies canidate, Spring 2004
DBQ: Women and Labor During World War II


Brandy Mohr, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2003
DBQ: The Civil Rights Movement in America


David Reese, MAT-Social Studies candidate, Spring 2003
DBQ: Early U.S. Foreign Policy in Vietnam





Area teachers and Binghamton University graduate students interested in participating in any of the Center's programs should contact the Center's Project Coordinator, Melyssa Wrisley, at (607) 777-6769 or via email.


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