Dr. Diane Vecchio
Professor of History
Furman Hall 200O

Contact Information: 864.294.2065 
diane.vecchio@furman.edu

Office Hours:

TR  (2:30 - 4:00), W (10:00-12-00), or Friday by appointment

Fall 2011 Courses:

FYW 1152 Tumultuous Twenties (TR - FUR 119) 11:30-12:45
HST 122-03 US since 1877 (TR - FUR 201) 10:00-11:15 
HST 233 American Immigration History (W - FUR 201) 2:30-5:00

Education:

Ph.D. Syracuse University
M.A. Syracuse University 
B.A. State University of New York

Courses Taught:

HST 122: United States since 1877
HST 215: Women and Gender in European History
HST 228: United States Social and Intellectual History 
HST 233: American Immigration History
HST 475: Senior Seminar in History (The Jewish Experience in America) 
HST 95: American Immigrant Women: Family, Life and Labor


Scholarly Interests:

American Social and Cultural History
European Women
Immigration and Ethnicity
European Women's History 

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