Post Tagged with: "Brian Schoen"

Schoen will help elevate humanities in new Ping Institute professorship

Dr. Brian Schoen

From Ohio University News Dr. Brian Schoen brings his expertise in teaching the humanities and connecting with the community to his new role as the James Richard Hamilton/Baker and Hostetler Professor of the Charles J. Ping Institute for Teaching of the Humanities. The Ohio University Board of Trustees made the […]

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June 22, 2021 at 4:18 pmNews

Winning Student Essays Explore Wide Range of History Topics

2021 prize winners and history majors (clockwise from top left) Holly Thompson, Eli Wanner, Justin Boyle, and Miranda Christy.

The Ohio University History Department awarded four undergraduate essays with this year’s Randolph Stone Prize. Each Randolph Stone Prize winner receives a cash award as well as recognition at the Annual Undergraduate History Conference. Justin Boyle originally wrote “New Mexican and Hawaiian Statehood: National Identity in Twentieth-Century America” as his […]

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March 25, 2021 at 4:20 pmIn Class News

History Chair’s Message: Ohio University Historians Thriving Despite the Adversity

Dr. Brian Schoen

Spring 2020 Dear Alumni and Friends, It has been a year since COVID disrupted our lives. A great deal has changed. One thing that has not is our department’s commitment to you: our students, alumni, and friends. Historical perspectives have never mattered more as the world continues to confront the […]

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March 22, 2021 at 3:27 pmAlumni

Ping Institute Teacher Workshop | A Short History of Racism from 1619 to Black Lives Matter, April 10

Dr. Katherine Jellison

The Charles J. Ping Institute for the Teaching of the Humanities proudly presents an online workshop for high school teachers, A Short History of Racism from 1619 to Black Lives Matter, on April 10, from 1 to 4 p.m. Ohio University history professors Katherine Jellison and Brian Schoen will explore […]

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March 2, 2021 at 2:00 pmEvents

Faculty Invited to Join Digital Humanities in the Classroom Learning Community

Faculty Invited to Join Digital Humanities in the Classroom Learning Community

From Ohio University News Ohio University faculty are invited to join a Digital Humanities in the Classroom Faculty Learning Community, the next step in OHIO’s initiative to increase student engagement with both computational tools and humanities methodologies. “Our aim is to investigate ways in which faculty in humanities or related […]

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December 2, 2020 at 4:50 pmAnnouncements News

Schoen Publishes Article in American Political Thought

Dr. Brian Schoen

Dr. Brian Schoen, Associate Professor and Chair of History, published “Francis Lieber on Institutional Liberty, Secession, and the Modern State” in the fall 2020 issue of American Political Thought: a Journal of Ideas, Institutions, and Culture, an interdisciplinary journal that explores the American political tradition published by the University of […]

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December 1, 2020 at 10:38 amResearch

Settling Ohio: Waterways, Apples, Power & Class

William Kerrigan with John Chapman sketch

“The settling of Ohio is all about the rivers—what the settlers called the Western waters,” said Dr. Kim Gruenwald at the Settling Ohio: First Nations and Beyond conference held Feb. 21-22 at Ohio University. She went on to describe trade bounded by the movement of goods when river conditions were […]

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February 24, 2020 at 5:41 pmNews