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DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY

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Tamar Carroll

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Carroll, Tamar, Lisa Hermsen, and Rebecca Scales. "Making Interdisciplinarity Work: Developing an Undergraduate Digital Humanities Program at a Technical Institute." Mellon Fellows Digital Humanities Luncheon. University of Rochester. Rochester, NY. 23 Sep. 2016. Address.

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Rebecca Edwards

Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Decker, Rebecca Edwards, Michael Brown, Juilee. When Rochester Was Royal: Professional Basketball in Rochester, 1945-1957. By Apr. 2016. Sunken Gallery in the Wallace Center, Rochester,NY. Exhibit.

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Joseph Henning

Associate Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Henning, Joseph. "Buddhism, Poetry, and "Paganism": The Light of Asia in Gilded Age America." Translating Buddhism Conference. York St. John University, UK Association for Buddhist Studies. York, United Kingdom. 2 Jul. 2016. Conference Presentation. *

Henning, Joseph. "Constructing U.S.-Japanese Relations: William Elliot Griffis and Meiji Japan." New York Conference on Asian Studies. Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, NY. 16 Oct. 2015. Conference Presentation. *

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Michael Laver

Associate Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Published Review

Brown, Michael. Rev. of DIY Detroit: Making Do in a City without Services, by Kinder, KImberley. Consumption Markets & Culture 2016: 1-3. Print.

Brown, Michael. "“Politics of Style, Politics As Style.”." Rev. of Feast of Excess: A Cultural History of the New Sensibility (George Cotkin); Dressing for the Culture Wars (Betty Hillman); and Born to Be Wild (Randy D. McBee), by George, Cotkin, Betty Hillman, and Randy McBee. Reviews in American History 44 2016: 653-660. Print.

Invited Paper

Brown, Michael. "“Conceptualizing Public Intellectuals from the Vantage Point of Public History.”." Public Intellectuals Conference. (2016). Print. ∆

Shows/Exhibits/Installations

Brown, Michal. When Rochester Was Royal: Professional Basketball in Rochester 1945-1957. By Rebecca Edwards and Juilee Decker. Mar. 2016. Rochester Institute of Technology, Sunken Gallery, Rochester, NY. Exhibit. ˜

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Rebecca Scales

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Full Length Book

Scales, Rebecca P. Radio and the Politics of Sound in Interwar France. 1 ed. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Print. «

Published Review

Scales, Rebecca P. "Politics and the Individual in France, 1930-1950." Rev. of Politics and the Individual in France, 1930-1950, by Wardhaugh, Jessica. European History Quarterly 2016: 413-415. Print.

Scales, Rebecca P. Rev. of The Imperfect Historian. Disability Histories in Europe, eds. Barsch, Sebastien, Klein, Anne, and Verstraete, Pieter. H-Disability Jan. 2016: NA. Web.

External Scholarly Fellowships/National Review Committee

6/1/2016 - 8/15/2016
     American Philosophical Society, Franklin Research Grant
     Amount: 6000.00 ≠

6/1/2016 - 8/31/2016
     Franklin Research Grant, American Philosophical Society
     Amount: $6000 ≠

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Scales, Rebecca P. "Jacques Lusseryan entre la France et l'Amérique." Jacques Lusseyran entre cécité et lumière: regards croisés. Fondation Singer-Polignac. Paris, France. 28 Jun. 2016. Lecture.

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Corinna Schlombs

Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2016 Submissions

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Schlombs, Corinna. "Watson, Women, and Work: Global Culture and Gender at IBM." Shift CTRL: New Perspectives on Computing and New Media. Stanford University. Stanfor, CA. 6-7 May 2016. Conference Presentation. ∆

Schlombs, Corinna. "The Promise of Productivity: Technology and the American Capitalist Model in US-German Relations." Annual Meeting. Society for the History of Technology. Singapore, Singapore. 22-26 Jun. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna. "Labor and Gender in Transatlantic Perspective: IBM’s Welfare Capitalist Model in Postwar Germany." Annual Meeting. German Studies Association. San Diego, CA. 29-2 Sep. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

Schlombs, Corinna and Kelly Norris Martin. "Visual Culture, Non-Cognitive Skills and Gender in Technical Corporations.”." Seneca Falls Dialogues. WILL. Seneca Falls, NY. 21-23 Oct. 2016. Conference Presentation. £

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