Dr. Marian Strobel
William Montgomery Burnett Professor
Furman Hall 200N

Contact Information: 864.294.3072 

Office Hours:

MWF (10:15 - 11:15), MW (2:30 - 3:30) or by appointment

Fall 2011 Courses:

HST 229 African American Experience (MWF - FUR 204) 11:30-12:20
HST 104-01 Modern Europe, c 1715-Present  (MWF - FUR 204) 1:30-2:20


Ph.D. Duke University
M.A. Duke University
B.A. Mount Holyoke College

Courses Taught:

HST 122: United States since 1877
HST 227: United States since 1941 
HST 229: African American Experience 
HST 231: History of Women in America 
HST 475: Senior Seminar in History 
FYW: Can We Make Sense of the 60's?

Scholarly Interests:

Women's History
Modern United States History
African-American History


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