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  • Peter N. Carroll | Department of History
    N Carroll has taught U S history at Stanford since 1983 offering regular summer courses on the relationship between American films and historical trends He is the author and editor of 21 books including From Guernica to Human Rights Essays on the Spanish Civil War Kent State University Press 2015 Keeping Time Memory Nostalgia and the Art of History Georgia 2011 and The Odyssey of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Americans

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/peter-n-carroll (2015-10-06)
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  • Kirsten Haring | Department of History
    the Department Kirsten Haring Kirsten Haring Lecturer Kristen Haring switched her college major from bioengineering to mathematics so that she could explore various fields Along a delightfully winding path through anthropology economics history folklore and literature she was fortunate to encounter the history and sociology of science which offered the possibility of tying together her many different interests Kristen writes about scientific and technical cultures especially those related to media

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/kirsten-haring (2015-10-06)
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  • Margo Horn | Department of History
    taught in the Stanford History Department since 1985 Currently she teaches courses on the history of medicine in the United States including the History of Women and Medicine in the US The Social History of Mental Illness and In Sickness and in Health Medicine and US Society 1825 2012 She has been awarded fellowships by the NIMH the Radcliffe Institute and the Commonwealth Fund Margo Horn is the author of

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/margo-horn (2015-10-06)
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  • Martina Kaller | Department of History
    and historian with a clear professional background in global history and a main focus on the Global South She studied in Vienna Berlin and at the Universidad Autónoma de México UNAM She earned her Ph D in epistemology of history from University of Vienna and did her postdoctoral thesis in modern history also there Her main research focus is on global food history and global studies of food At University of Vienna she co directs the EU funded Master Erasmus Mundus program called Global Studies A European Perspective A consortium conformed by global studies specialists from the London School of Economics UK the University of Leipzig Germany Roskilde University Denmark the Willy Brand Center at University of Wroclaw Poland and at University of Vienna proved that a joint studies program with incoming students from whole over the world works and equally turned greatly attractive for European students Her teaching philosophy is guided by a firm belief in the freedom of inquiry encouraging students to discover and rigorously research the questions that emerge from their own interests while applying stringent methodological standards She welcomes difference dialogue and respect among diverse and divergent points of view Her courses are characterized by mutual

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/martina-kaller (2015-10-06)
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  • Jack Kollmann | Department of History
    Lecturers Graduate Students Staff About the Department Bookshelf Projects News Events Upcoming Events Past Events History Related Events People Faculty Courtesy Emeriti Visiting Faculty and Lecturers Graduate Students Staff About the Department Jack Kollmann Jack Kollmann Lecturer Autumn Contact Email kolljack stanford edu About About the Department Degree Programs Undergraduate Program Graduate Programs Courses People Faculty Graduate Students Staff News and Events Recent News Upcoming Events Connect Facebook Twitter Pinterest

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  • Carol L. McKibben | Department of History
    Department Carol L McKibben Carol L McKibben Lecturer Autumn Carol Lynn McKibben began teaching courses in public history at Stanford in 2006 She received her Ph D in American History from the University of California Berkeley in 1999 Her book Beyond Cannery Row Sicilian Women Immigration and Community in Monterey California 1915 1999 University of Illinois Press February 2006 examines the migration and settlement of Sicilian fishing people to the Monterey Peninsula with an emphasis on women s roles in the process She taught history and policy studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies from 1992 2001 and is currently Public Historian for the City of Seaside California and the Director of the Seaside History Project She is the author of Seaside forthcoming Arcadia Press April 2009 and completing work on the narrative history of Seaside which focuses on race relations and the influence of the military Fort Ord on the city The Making of a Multi Cultural Military Town Seaside California 1890 2006 Contact Phone 650 723 3526 Email mckibben stanford edu Office 200 334 Related News May 28 2014 The Stanford Daily Tenant rights in East Palo Alto The past is never dead it isn t even

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/carol-l-mckibben (2015-10-06)
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  • Jill Rosenthal | Department of History
    dissertation From Migrants to Refugees Humanitarian Aid Development and Nationalism in Ngara District Tanzania argues that transnational aid to Rwandan refugees unfolded as part of a broader project of nation state formation and regulation one which deeply affected regional narratives of community and belonging From Migrants to Refugees is based on multi sited oral and archival research funded by the International Institute for Education Graduate Fellow Fulbright Hays Doctoral Dissertation

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  • Joel Samoff | Department of History
    people organize themselves to transform their communities With a background in history BA Antioch College political science MA PhD University of Wisconsin and education he studies and teaches about development and underdevelopment with a particular interest in education and with a primary geographic focus on Africa For many years he has studied politics and public policy in South Africa He joined the Stanford faculty in 1980 and is currently at the Center for African Studies He has also been a faculty member at the Universities of California Michigan and Zambia and he has taught for shorter periods in Mexico South Africa Sweden Tanzania and Zimbabwe In 2005 he received an honorary doctorate from the University of Pretoria Concerned with public policy as well as research and especially with the links between the two he works regularly with international agencies involved in African education In recent years he has worked with UNESCO and the Association for the Development of Education in Africa to review and improve aid funded education research in Africa Recent projects have included two evaluations of aid to education for the Danish government and a review of education trends in eastern Africa for a Dutch NGO Formerly its North America Editor he serves on the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Educational Development and on the Advisory Boards of the Comparative Education Review the Journal of Educational Research in Africa and the Southern African Review of Education Among his publications are Bantu Education People s Education Outcomes Based Education Whither Education in South Africa in Weber Educational Change in South Africa Reflections on Local Realities Practices and Reforms 2008 The World Bank and Education Critiques and Alternatives co edited with Steven J Klees and Nelly P Stromquist 2012 Institutionalizing International Influence and Education for All in Africa

    Original URL path: https://history.stanford.edu/people/joel-samoff (2015-10-06)
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