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Penny Messinger
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"Chisholm '72: Unbought and Unbossed"
A Black History Month and Women's History Month event February 27  

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Civics Education in the spotlight
  Civics education--or perhaps more accurately, the harmful consequences resulting from the erosion of civics education--has become a hot topic in education circles.    Statue of Liberty, photo by David Restivo, National Park Service By Penny Messinger In r...

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Dr. Elizabeth Campbell Joins the History & Political Science Department
Dr. Elizabeth Campbell By Elizabeth Campbell I am happy to be a new member of the Department of
History and Political Science. I am originally
from San Diego, California, and went to UC Berkeley as an undergraduate. I
completed my PhD at the University of W...

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People's Forum on the American Presidency: October 1
By Penny Messinger Why do Presidencies matter? How should we commemorate presidents? How do historical interpretations shift as new issues and questions change our understanding of public and personal behavior?   Presidential montage  From 1:00 to 6:00 p.m....

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Therese Huston to speak on "How Women Decide" -- August 25
Join author Therese Huston for a book talk on her book, How Women Decide: What's True, What's Not, and What Strategies Spark the Best Decisions , at Daemen College's Rosary Hall on August 25. Co-sponsored by the Daemen College Women's Studies Program. This ...

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Therese Huston to speak on "How Women Decide" -- August 25
Join author Therese Huston for a book talk on her book, How Women Decide: What's True, What's Not, and What Strategies Spark the Best Decisions , at Daemen College's Rosary Hall on August 25. Co-sponsored by the Daemen College Women's Studies Program. This ...

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Grossman: "History Isn't a 'Useless' Major: It Teaches Critical Thinking, Something American Needs Plenty More Of"
Today's issue of  The Los Angeles Times  includes an Op-Ed by Dr. James Grossman, Executive Director of the American Historical Association:  "History Isn't a 'Useless' Major: It Teaches Critical Thinking, Something America Needs Plenty More Of." As Grossma...

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Public History students at the MANY Conference
Emily Kraft (History, '15) and Taqiyah Gibbons (History, '17) pose with Don Wildman, host of the Travel Channel show, "Mysteries at the Museum." Wildman was the keynote speaker at the conference.  On April 17-19, Daemen students Emily Kraft and Taqiyah Gibb...

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Department Banquet--May 7
Calling all History & Political Science students and alumni !  You are invited to attend our  ANNUAL BANQUET  Saturday, May 7, 2016
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