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Chancellors Award in Teaching: 2013
Provost’s Post-Tenure Fellowship Award, 2013
Kutolowski Department of History Faculty Development Grant, 2013
Scholarly Incentive Award, SUNY Brockport, Fall 2006
Dr. Nuala McGann Drescher Affirmative Action/Diversity Leave Program, Fall 2005
UUP Individual Development Award, SUNY Brockport, Summer 2003
Scholarly Incentive Award, SUNY Brockport, Summer 2003
“ ‘Augustine De Baralle, insensée, folle, charlatane…’: A female empiric’s struggle for medical recognition in Napoleonic France.” In Women, Gender and Disease in Eighteenth-Century England and France , edited by Kathleen Hardesty Doig and Felicia Sturzer. Cambridge Scholar’s Press, 2014.
“Painting Artifice: Cosmetic Fashions and Portraiture in late eighteenth-century France and England.” In Fashion and Art, edited by Adam Geczy and Vicki Karaminas. London: Berg Press, 2012.
“Bons accoucheurs ou sages-femmes instruits: The debates over proper obstetrical education in the 19th century Pas de Calais” Society for French Historical Study, Montreal, April 2014
“Filles Sage-Femmes, Filles-Meres et Filles de la Charite: The Problem of Sexual Knowledge and Religious Morality in the Education of Midwives in Early 19th Century Gascony" Society for French Historical Study, Boston, MA, April 2013
“Pas suffisament instruites en methods: The education of rural midwives in South-West France," Canadian Society for the History of Medicine, Waterloo, Ontario, May 2012.
“’Augustine De Baralle, insensée, folle, charlatane…’: A female empiric’s struggle for medical recognition in Napoleonic France," Western Society for French Studies Conference, Quebec, November 2008.
Our sincere congratulations to Matty Lynn Kuhar who won the 2016 School of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Undergraduate Award!
Dr. Alison Parker has been invited to be this year's Harriet Jacobs Lecturer at Purdue University. Her talk is entitled Mary Church Terrell, Black Women, and the Rise of the Democratic Party.
Dr. Nishiyama has been invited to give a talk (title "Kamikaze Technology and Culture for War: Japan and the USA, 1941-2001") at the RIT.
Dr. Alison Parker facilitated significant donation of historical papers to Oberlin College and participates in its celebratory symposium on the life of racial justice advocate Mary Church Terrell (1863-1954).
Congratulations to Dr. Jose R. Torre on winning the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching!
History Forum will host Region 11&12 Meeting of the Association of Public Historians of New York State, on 4/30 (Saturday, from 9am to about 4pm) at McCue Auditorium (LAB104).
History Department Graduation Ceremony will be held in New York Room, Cooper Hall, at 10:30 am, May 14 (Saturday).