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The Colonial Dames of NJ Essay Prize for 2017 will be awarded to Rutgers history student Brian O’Rourke for his essay produced in the Perspectives course “Guatamala in the Cold War” taught by Professor Lorrin Thomas.
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. https://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.”