Faculty and staff scholarship from the History, Government, Law and National Security Department at Misericordia University.

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Lectures from 2020

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Freedom in the Time of COVID-19, Jennifer M. Black

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Early Modern Globalization and Infectious Diseases: Smallpox and Syphilis, Thomas Hajkowski

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From Yellow Fever to Coronavirus, Yanqiu Zheng

Submissions from 2019

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All New, All Different?: A History of Race and the American Superhero, Allan W. Austin and Patrick L. Hamilton

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Leadership Power, Preference Homogeneity, and Legislative Party Conflict, Jennifer Hayes Clark and Robert Lucas Williams

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How Effective Public Managers Transform Separation of Powers into "Inseparable Powers" in Foster Care Administration Networks, Rebecca Padot

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How Effective Public Managers Transform Separation of Powers into “Inseparable Powers” in United States Foster Care Administration Networks, Rebecca Padot

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How Government and Community Nonprofit Collaboration and Non-Collaboration Affects Public Sector Outcomes, Rebecca Padot

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How Government and Community Nonprofit Collaboration and Non-Collaboration Affects Public Sector Outcomes, Rebecca Padot

Submissions from 2018

Gender in the Academy: Recovering the Hidden History of Women's Scholarship on Scrapbooks and Albums, Jennifer M. Black

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The Great Recession Inside the Beltway: Evidence from Interviews with Business Leaders, Rebecca H. Padot

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Public Policy and Nuclear Disarmament, Christopher A. Stevens

Submissions from 2017

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Citizenship and Caricature: Teaching the American Past with Images, Jennifer M. Black

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Exchange Cards: Advertising, Album Making, and the Commodification of Sentiment in the Gilded Age, Jennifer M. Black

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The Libyan Debate: Coercive Diplomacy Reconsidered, Christopher A. Stevens

Submissions from 2016

Superman, Allan W. Austin