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About Emily Blanck

I research the history and memory of slavery. My primary current project is a study of the spread of Juneteenth in America as the primary emancipation holiday. I am also collaborating with Prof. Jennifer Rich looking at teacher education and history, in particular the pedagogy of 'contested histories.'

Positions

2013 - Present Associate Professor, History, Rowan University College of Humanities & Social Sciences
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2008 - 2012 Assistant Professor, History, Rowan University College of Humanities & Social Sciences
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Curriculum Vitae




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Courses

  • US Legal and Constitutional History to 1870
  • American Intellectual History
  • Significant Moments in the 20th Century
  • Introduction to American Studies (Democracy in America)
  • US History since 1865
  • US History to 1865

Education

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2003 PhD, American History, Emory University
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1998 MA, American History, College of William and Mary
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1993 BA with Honors, History and African American Studies, University of Texas at Austin
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