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Charlotte Agustin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To fully understand histories of U.S. sheriffs and county jails, I explore the impact of controlled environments on the architectural, spatial, political, and cultural development of urban areas. My research suggests American sheriffs and jails may be critical tools used to negotiate and maintain the unique form of democracy in the U.S.
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Urban
List Editor for H-Urban
Web Editor for H-Urban
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Urban History / Studies
Degrees: B.A. in Psychology, Pennsylvania State University; M.A. in History with an Urban History emphasis, Youngstown State University. Thesis: _County Seat Battles and the 1851 Mahoning County Jail: An Architectural Analysis_.
Published: _Enduring Traditions: History of the Mahoning County Fair 1847-1996_, 1997; from 1993-94,weekly newspaper column on Canfield, Ohio history.
Presentations: Presentation “H-URBAN Web Sites,” and “Roundtable Discussion on H-URBAN” participant, URBAN History Association Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 28, 2002.
"A History of Mahoning County Jails, 1846-1996: A Case Study of American Corrections," Duquesne University History Forum, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, October 25, 1996.
Aside from years of volunteer archival work, have produced interpretive papers and speeches on local historical topics.