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Department of History & American Studies

Matthew Ulricksen
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-2447

Matthew Ulricksen

Matthew
Ulricksen
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-2447
John Parrillo
Adjunct Professor
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John Parrillo

John
Parrillo
Adjunct Professor
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Shamiran Mako
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3660

Shamiran Mako

Shamiran
Mako
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3660
Benjamin Lefkowitz
Adjunct Professor
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Benjamin Lefkowitz

Benjamin
Lefkowitz
Adjunct Professor
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Joseph Lafauci
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3035

Joseph Lafauci

Joseph
Lafauci
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3035
Joseph Fulginiti
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3035

Joseph Fulginiti

Joseph
Fulginiti
Adjunct Professor
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(401) 254-3035
Charlotte Carrington-Farmer
Assistant Professor of History
University of Cambridge
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(401) 254-3095
GHH 211
Areas of Expertise: 
Colonial America; the Atlantic world; slavery in America; Native American history; dissent, deviance and crime in early America

Charlotte Carrington-Farmer

Charlotte
Carrington-Farmer
Assistant Professor of History
University of Cambridge
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(401) 254-3095
GHH 211
Areas of Expertise: 
Colonial America; the Atlantic world; slavery in America; Native American history; dissent, deviance and crime in early America

Dr. Charlotte Carrington-Farmer is an Assistant Professor of History, and she specializes in early American History. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge (Trinity Hall) in 2010. Her dissertation was entitled 'Dissent and Identity in Seventeenth-Century New England', and is now a book project. Dr Carrington-Farmer's research interests center on framing dissent, deviance and crime in early America in a wider Atlantic World context. Dr. Carrington-Farmer is particularly interested in Thomas Morton, who founded the Ma-re Mount settlement (modern-day Quincy, MA), and she has written a biography of Morton for a book entitled Atlantic Biographies: Individuals and Peoples in the Atlantic World (Brill, 2013). Dr. Carrington-Farmer has reviewed a number of books for History: Reviews of New Books. She has also written the following article: 'Slave Horse/War Horse: The Narragansett Pacer in Colonial and Revolutionary Rhode Island’ War Horses of the World Proceedings (SOAS University of London, forthcoming 2014). Her new book project is tentatively titled: Slave Horse: The Narragansett Pacer in the Atlantic World.

Michael R.H. Swanson, Ph.D.
Professor of American Studies
B.A. North Park College, M.A., Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University
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GHH 215
Areas of Expertise: 
American Studies, Material Culture, Urbanism, Progressive Movements, Building and Neighborhood Conservation

Michael R.H. Swanson

Michael R.H.
Swanson
Ph.D.
Professor of American Studies
B.A. North Park College, M.A., Ph.D. Case Western Reserve University
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GHH 215
Areas of Expertise: 
American Studies, Material Culture, Urbanism, Progressive Movements, Building and Neighborhood Conservation

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Jennifer L. Stevens, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of American Studies/US History
B.A. Carleton College, M.A.T. National-Louis University, M.A. Bowling Green State University, Ph.D. Michigan State University
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x5698
GHH 217
Areas of Expertise: 
American cultural studies; 20th century United States History

Jennifer L. Stevens

Jennifer L.
Stevens
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of American Studies/US History
B.A. Carleton College, M.A.T. National-Louis University, M.A. Bowling Green State University, Ph.D. Michigan State University
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x5698
GHH 217
Areas of Expertise: 
American cultural studies; 20th century United States History

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Autumn Quezada-Grant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D.
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GHH 213
Areas of Expertise: 
Latin American History, Indigenous History, Human Rights, Revolutions and Social Justice

Autumn Quezada-Grant

Autumn
Quezada-Grant
Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D.
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GHH 213
Areas of Expertise: 
Latin American History, Indigenous History, Human Rights, Revolutions and Social Justice

Autumn Quezada-Grant is an Assistant Professor of History. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Mississippi in 2010, in Latin American History. Her dissertation on Indian litigates in nineteenth-century Chiapas, Mexico examined the legal culture and patterns of negotiation and contestation between Highland indigenous groups with local Ladino elites. The study of litigation and attempts at redress in the past helps us understand the present engagement of present day Maya in politics and rebellion. Dr. Quezada-Grant has a broad research interest, which include modern Latin America, indigenous history, social justice, and Public Health history. She is currently working on a manuscript entitled Indigenas Rebeldes: Race, Power and Litigation in Nineteenth Century Chiapas, Mexico.  She is the co-editor for Narratives and Negotiation: Agency, Religion and the State (Lexington Press, forth coming).