Ann Holder

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Associate Professor Social Science & Cultural Studies aholder@pratt.edu 2306856 p 718.399.4575 f Brooklyn Campus, DeKalb Hall 320

Current Course Listing (3)

Special Topics
22/FA-SS-490-01
Wednesday 2:00PM–4:50PM / Brooklyn Campus / Engineering Building, Room 311

Memphis to Ferguson: Rethinking Modern American History
22/FA-SSWI-244T-01
Tuesday 9:00AM–11:50AM / Brooklyn Campus / North Hall, Room 111

Memphis to Ferguson: Rethinking Modern American History
22/FA-SSWI-244T-02
Tuesday 5:00PM–7:50PM / Brooklyn Campus / North Hall, Room 112

Education

B.A., Hampshire College; Ph.D., Boston College.

Biography

Research Interests: US Social/Cultural History, US Women’s History, African-American History, Gender/Sexuality Studies, Cultural Studies, European Intellectual History.

Current projects: Citizenship, Race and Sexuality in the Post-Bellum South.

Courses taught at Pratt: World History, The Sixties, The Civil War, A War Imagined: WWI in Culture, History and Memory, Families and Others, Representing the Real, The United States and the Story of Freedom, American Studies/Visual Studies and Invisible New York.