Professor Golden served as an academic advisor on the Congressional Commission to study the potential for an American Museum of Women’s History. https://storage.googleapis.com/amwh//2016/11/AWMH_11_07_16_Digital.pdf
Professor Andrew Shankman published “What Were the Founders Thinking When They Created the Electoral College?” at History News Network. http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/164514
Dr. Bernstein chaired the a session “Dreams of a True Russia: Motifs of Right-Wing Thought and Activism, 1890-1917,” at the recent meeting of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
Professor Lorrin Thomas gave a lecture to the history club and history department titled “Remake the Nation, Paint the Revolution: Mexico, 1910-1950.”
Professor Charlene Mires is a Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center Fellow for 2016-17. The fellowship supports her research in relationships between urban development and historical memory, particularly in the case of the Cooper Street Historic District,
Professor Kate Epstein gave a talk titled “Seizing the Torch: Globalization, Hegemony, and the Anglo-American Relationship, 1865–1918,” in the “America in the World” series, at the School of History and Sociology, Georgia Tech, 2016.