Steven Feierman

Professor of History Emeritus
Claudia Cohen Hall 322
feierman@sas.upenn.edu
215 898.8423

Steven Feierman teaches African history.

Courses Taught: 
  • HIST 146 Comparative Medicine
  • HIST 471 Medicine and Development

Nancy Farriss

Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History, Emerita

Richard S. Dunn

Emeritus

James C. Davis (In Memoriam)

Emeritus

In Memoriam 

The History Department mourns the loss of Professor James C. Davis,  who died on October 26, 2016, at the age of 85. 

Richard Beeman (In Memoriam)

John Welsh Centennial Professor of History Emeritus

In Memoriam - Richard Beeman (1942-2016)

The History Department mourns the loss of Professor Richard Beeman, John Welsch Centennial Professor of History Emeritus who died on September 5, 2016, at the age of 74. Professor Beeman spent more than forty years—his entire professional career—as a member of the History Department faculty.

Bruce Lenthall

20th-century U.S., cultural, political, media
Director, Center for Teaching and Learning; Adjunct Associate Professor of History

Arthur Kiron

Atlantic Jewish history, history of the Jewish book
Curator of Judaica Collections at the Penn Library; Adjunct Assistant Professor of History

Ira Harkavy

U.S. urban, social
Founding Director and Associate Vice President, Netter Center for Community Partnerships, University of Pennsylvania; Senior Fellow, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics

Local Histories, Global Formations: A Colloquium in Honor of Lynn Hollen Lees

Fri, 09/20/2013 - 9:00am - 5:00pm
McNeil Center for Early American Studies

Drawing upon and bridging social history and social science, Lynn has put to the test sweeping theoretical models of social change (migration, revolution, social inequality) against the findings of her archivally based historical research. Local histories, she shows, both shape and are shaped by large-scale global processes.  Our colloquium brings together Lynn’s friends, colleagues, and students to the University of Pennsylvania, the institution that she has served so well.

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