2003-2004 Newberry Urban History Dissertation Group

2003-2004 Workshops

Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Urban History Dissertation Group: Hilary Moss, Brandeis University

“Education’s Enclave: Black Schooling in Baltimore, 1825-1859”
Hilary Moss, Brandeis University

Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Urban History Dissertation Group: Carole Emberton, Northwestern University

“Forces of Democracy: Violence, the State, and the Political Culture of Reconstruction”
Carole Emberton, Northwestern University

Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Urban History Dissertation Group: Michael Innis-Jimenez, University of Iowa

“Persisting in the Shadow of Steel: Community Formation and Survival in Mexican South Chicago, 1919-1939”
Michael Innis-Jimenez, University of Iowa

Wednesday, December 10, 2003
Urban History Dissertation Group: Anthony Raynsford, University of Chicago

“Sites of Lost Dwelling: The Archaic City in the Social Imagination of Post-World War II Urbanism”
Anthony Raynsford, University of Chicago

Wednesday, January 28, 2004
Urban History Dissertation Group: Rachel Rommel, University of Chicago

“The Architecture of Public School Buildings in Boston in the Nineteenth Century”
Rachel Rommel, University of Chicago

Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Urban History Dissertation Group: Tim Lacy, Loyola University

“Making a Democratic Culture: The Great Books, Mortimer Adler, and Twentieth-Century America”
Tim Lacy, Loyola University Chicago

Wednesday, March 24, 2004
Urban History Dissertation Group: Elizabeth Fraterrigo, Loyola University Chicago

“ ‘Entertainment for Men:’ Playboy and the Construction of Masculinity, 1953-1986”
Elizabeth Fraterrigo, Loyola University Chicago

Wednesday, April 28, 2004
Urban History Dissertation Group: Matthew Daley, Bowling Green State University

“City of Mass Production: Building, Living, and Managing Detroit, America’s First Automobile Metropolis, 1915-1945”
Matthew Daley, Bowling Green State University

Wednesday, May 26, 2004
Urban History Dissertation Group: Michael McCoyer, Northwestern University

“Mestizaje Meets the Color Line: Mexicans and Racial Formation in Chicago, East Chicago, and Gary, 1917-1960”
Michael McCoyer, Northwestern University