Adriana Bohm(Sociology) and Jeffrey LaMonica(History) led a group of DCCC students to Eastern State Penitentiary on 8 November for a guided tour of the national historic site.
08 November 2012
Dr. Sandra Jones(Rowan University) presented on Race & Incarceration on 6 November, with a specific focus on the anti-death penalty movement. Three exonerees joined her to discuss mass incarceration and race and speak about their efforts to "decarcerate."
15 October 2012
13 September 2012
Jeffrey LaMonica(History) attended the World War One Historical Association's Annual Seminar at the US Marine Corps Base in Quantico, VA. Session topics included the US Marines at the Battle of Belleau Wood in June 1918, the Abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II, German Stormtrooper Tactics, and Ataturk's Performance as a Military Commander in WWI.
Adriana Bohm(Sociology) attended the Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Conference in Denver, CO in August. She attended a number of sessions, including a viewing of Precious Knowledge, a documentary on La Raza. Professor Bohm serves on the society's Committee on Racism.
27 June 2012
23 April 2012
Professor Jeffrey LaMonica(History) took his American Civil War and Reconstruction class to Gettysburg on 20 April. Stops on the Gettysburg Battlefield were Little Round Top, Seminary Ridge, and Cemetery Hill.
07 March 2012
Civil War living historian Tom Davis gave a presentation on African-American soldiers in the Union Army to students in Professor Jeffrey LaMonica's American Civil War and Reconstruction class on 7 March.
10 November 2011
Professor Adriana Bohm(Sociology) and Professor Jeffrey LaMonica(History) took students from their bundled Experiences in Diversity and World Civilizations courses to the Constitution Center and the African-American History Museum in Philadelphia on 10 November 2011.
16 April 2011
Professor Ife Williams(Political Science) and Professor Jeffrey LaMonica(History) led a group of DCCC students to Gettysburg on 15 April 2011. The trip included a visit to the boarding house in Chambersburg, PA where John Brown planned his 1859 raid on Harper's Ferry, WV. Stops on the Gettysburg Battlefield were Little Round Top, Seminary Ridge, and Cemetery Hill.