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Brown Bag event to discuss Russo-Ukrainian War

Marketing and Communications staff

The Russo-Ukrainian War: Why it Matters, is the next event in the Brown Bag Speaker Series at SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

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History faculty member co-authors award-winning book

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Dr. Peter A. McCord of the Department of History researched the Union blockade and blockade running during the American Civil War at the British National Archives, which turned into an award-winning book.

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Hildebrand lecture to examine BLM link to civil rights campaigns

Roger Coda

“Voting Rights: Identifying the Deep Roots of #BLM,” a lecture by Department of History Associate Professor Jennifer Hildebrand, will be presented as part of the Constitution Day observance at SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

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History student project creates digital history

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In the Spring 2022 semester, Dr. Nancy Hagedorn of the Department of History led a group of history students to develop a Digital History of Slavery and Runaways in New York.

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Kinkela participates in NEH U.S. history curriculum study group

Roger Coda

Historians typically spend their time in the classroom teaching and in the archives researching and writing, but Department of History Professor David Kinkela joined 14 other SUNY scholars in the Adirondacks as part of a federally funded effort to reimagine the U.S. history curriculum at Fredonia and across the SUNY system.

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McVicker Scholarship winners announced    

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Four students have achieved distinction as recipients of the Jeanette McVicker Scholarship in Women’s and Gender Studies for 2022: Haileigh Pawlak, Kristin White, Amber Ambrose and Jessica Keeler.

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History professor Fan presents book at U.K. webinar series

Roger Coda

Department of History Associate Professor Xin Fan introduced his book project, “The Right to Talk about China: Chinese Intellectuals and the Rise of Emotional Politics,” in a virtual talk on Nov. 26.

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