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Julie L. Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Mount Aloysius College
Currently I'm studying bastardy bonds for Robeson County, North Carolina to examine how women were brought before the courts and what happened with the children.
|Address:||7373 Admiral Peary Highway
Cresson, PA 16630
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Childhood
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Asian History / Studies
Childhood and Education
Selected presentations: “See the past: teaching students to read visual images as documents”, “Teaching Students how to think like a historian by using computers”, “From Consumer to Producer: Creating Teaching Websites”, "Freshmen Success Seminars: Building Successful Transitions”, “Building a Culture of Interdisciplinary Inquiry”, “Teaching the Past with Future Technologies”, “New Women on the Plains during Limited Suffrage: South Dakota, 1889-1917”, “On the Frontier of Child Care: Elizabeth Denny and the Founding of the Protestant Orphan Asylum of Pittsburgh and Allegheny cities, 1832-1878”, “The Fight for Women’s Suffrage, Women’s Land Ownership, the Promise of Democracy and the Promise Deferred”, “New and Used Families: Indentured and Adopted Families in Southwestern Pennsylvania, 1832-1878”, “Pioneer Women, Life, and the Land: Women’s Land Ownership, the Promise of Democracy and the Promise Deferred” or ‘Oh my God,’ You Can’t Do That in Southeastern South Dakota”
Courses Taught:The American Heritage, American Survey I & II, History of Race and Gender in America, Growing Up American, United States in War, Prosperity, and Depression: 1914-1945, History of American Popular Culture, History of Work and Technology, History of Modern Asia, Comparative Asian Civilization, World History, Secondary Social Science Methods, Technology for Teaching and Learning, Computer Integration in the K-12 Classroom
Multimedia projects: I have constructed eight, primary document based, online, interactive simulations for general education history students and I have worked on an online archive of South Dakotan diaries during the great depression, dust bowl, and World War II.