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Greenlaw, Steve

Steve Greenlaw has been teaching economics at the University of Mary Washington for more than 35 years. In 1999, he received the Grellet C. Simpson Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching. He has published a variety of articles on economics pedagogy and instructional technology, published in the Journal of Economic Education, the International Review of… Continue Reading »

Crouch, Laura

Laura Crouch is an Information Associate at Virginia Commonwealth University’s James Branch Cabell Library. She received her B.A in History with a minor in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University.Continue Reading »

Bush, Erin N., Ph. D.

Erin N. Bush, PhD., is an assistant professor of U.S. and digital history at the University of North Georgia. Her research revolves around the societal punishments and cultural responses to crime in the United States, particularly crimes committed by women or children. She is a digital historian who uses digital technologies, particularly data about crime,… Continue Reading »

Schuetz, Breanna

Breanna Schuetz is a Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) student at The University of North Carolina-Greensboro and North Carolina A & T State University, graduating in May of 2019 from the Joint Masters Program. Schuetz graduated from Augustana College with a B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2016. Upon graduating from Augustana College, she… Continue Reading »

Skreslet, Paula

Paula Skreslet is Reference and Archives Librarian at the William Smith Morton Library of Union Presbyterian Seminary.  She is the author of Northern Africa : A Guide to Reference and Information Sources (Libraries Unlimited, 2000) and The Literature of Islam : A Guide to the Primary Sources in English Translation (Scarecrow, 2006), and articles on Islamic bibliography and world libraries. … Continue Reading »

Campbell, Alice W.

Alice W. Campbell is digital outreach and special projects librarian at Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries. She serves as researcher and project manager for The Social Welfare History Project, the Image Portal, and the Freedom Now Project, and has created numerous online exhibits for VCU Libraries. Her work includes Gods and Prophets, Sages and Saints: Religious… Continue Reading »

Sampson, EJ

EJ Sampson is a graduate student in Urban Geography with special interests in intersections of the past with New York City’s present Lower East Side. She is interested in comparative studies of collective memory, the built environment, and migration. Her photographs of local Triangle Fire commemorations have been displayed at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery. A long-time… Continue Reading »

Anderson, Linnea

Linnea Anderson is the Archivist of the Social Welfare History Archives at the University of Minnesota Libraries. She has an M.A. in History and Certificate in Archival Management from the New York University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Department of History and Archival Management Program, as well as a B.A. in History and B.A…. Continue Reading »

Paul, Catherine

Catherine Paul received her Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) from Virginia Commonwealth University in May, 2018. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.S. in psychology in 2013. In 2012 she spent a semester in Rwanda studying post-genocide restoration and peacebuilding. Upon graduating from Fordham, Paul moved to Oakland, CA with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC),… Continue Reading »

Agnelli, Kate

Kate Agnelli is a research associate with a state criminal justice agency in Virginia. She holds an M.S.W. with a concentration in administration and community practice from Virginia Commonwealth University and a B.A. in History from University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill. Kate has worked as a fair housing researcher, investigator, and advocate at… Continue Reading »

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