Keup, Faraone, and Chan Defend Dissertations

Three students completed their dissertations in 2012-2013.  They are:

Christopher Chan, whose dissertation, "Mass Consumption in Milwaukee: 1920-1970,” was directed by Steven M. Avella.

Dominic Faraone, who wrote "Urban Rifts and Religious Reciprocity: Chicago and the Catholic Church, 1965-1996," also under the direction of Avella.  Dominic works with Catholic Charities for the Diocese of Evansville, Indiana.

Charissa Keup, who wrote "Girls in ‘Trouble’: A History of Female Adolescent Sexuality in the Midwest, 1946-1964” under the direction of Thomas J. Jablonsky. After working as an educational specialist at the San Diego Zoo this summer, Charissa will teach courses in women’s history at the University of California-San Diego in the Fall and Winter quarters.





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