SMCM’s own Professor Christine Adams published a perspective piece in The Washington Post’s Made By History section! Made by History is a section dedicated to understanding how history made us through examination of the present in light of the past. The MLK quote,“Instead of making history, we are made by history” serves as the inspiration for Find out more »
Donald Johnson SMCM Alum Publishes in The Journal of American History!
The History Department would like to congratulate Donald Johnson for his recent publican of “Ambitious Allegiances: Urban Loyalties during the American Revolution” in the prestigious Journal of American History! His work is in Issue 3, Volume 104, of The Journal of American History published December 1, 2017. Donald Johnson graduated from St. Mary’s in 2006 with a Find out more »
New Faculty Publication by Dr. Adriana Brodsky
Sephardi, Jewish, Argentine: Community and National Identity, 1880-1960 By Dr. Adriana Brodsky (History) Published by Indiana University Press on October, 27 2016 as a part of the Indiana Series in Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies Book Description At the turn of the 20th century, Jews from North Africa and the Middle East were called Turcos (“Turks”), and Find out more »
New Faculty Publication
The History Department celebrated the recent publication of Female Beauty Systems: Beauty as Social Capital in Western Europe and the United States, Middle Ages to the Present (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015), co-edited by Dr. Christine Adams (History) and Dr. Tracy Adams (University of Auckland, Comparative Literature). Besides essays by the co-editors, the book also included articles by St. Find out more »
Congratulations to SMCM alum Dr. Jeremy Young
Congratulations to Dr. Jeremy Young (SMCM ’06) who just had his article “Transformation in the Tabernacle: Billy Sunday’s Converts and Emotional Experience in the Progressive Era” published in The Journal of the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era (July 2015). Learn More >>
Thomas M. Barrett, “‘No, a Soldier Doesn’t Forget’: The Memory of the Great Fatherland War and Popular Music in the Late Stalin Period,” Richard Stites Festschrift, Canadian-American Slavic Studies (48) (2014).