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Philip Samponaro

Dr. Philip Samponaro

Dr. Philip Samponaro
Assistant Professor
History

 

Biography:

Philip Samponaro is Assistant Professor of 20th century social and cultural history in the United States. He teaches classes in popular culture and Latino/as in the U.S. and offers as well courses in Modern Latin America, the Caribbean, and Atlantic World. At UTB, Samponaro sponsors the Alpha Alpha Mu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society, and co-sponsors the student organization C.H.A.N.G.E.

Degrees:

2003 Ph.D. U.S. History, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
1994 M.A. American History, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
1992 B.A. History, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA

CV/VITAE: Samponaro Vitae

Classes Taught:

Graduate Seminar, The Atlantic World
Graduate Seminar: Afro-Caribbean History
History of the United States since 1917
Graduate Seminar: History of Modern Latin America
History of Latino(a)s in the United States, linked with English Department’s Latino Literature
Popular Culture in the 20th Century United States
Graduate Seminar: Historiography: Puerto Rican Migration to the U. S.
History of Modern Latin America
History of the United States to 1877
History of the United States since 1877

Joined UTB:

2007

Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

20th Century U.S. Social and Cultural

Previous Experience:

Visiting Assistant Professor, Clark University
2007 Spring - Seminar: Labor and Working Class History of the 20th Century Americas
2007 Spring - Civil Rights in the United States since 1945
2007 Spring - History of the United States since 1865
2007 Spring - Directed Study: Native American Women’s History
2006 Fall - History of the United States since 1945
2006 Fall - History of the United States to 1865

Visiting Assistant Professor, Westfield State College
2006 Spring - Afro-Caribbean History
2006 Spring - History of the United States since 1865
F2005, S2006 - History of the United States to 1865
2005 Fall - History of Latin America

Adjunct Professor, Worcester State College
2005 Spring - History of Latino(a)s in the United States
2005 Spring - Independent Study on Oral History
S2004, S2005 - History of Latin America
S2004, S2005 - Native Americans: Past and Present
2004 Fall - Seminar: History of Native American Women
2004 Fall - History of the United States since 1945

Lecturer, University of Connecticut at Storrs
F2000-S2003 - History of the United States since 1865 through Popular Music
F1996-S2000 - Teaching Assistant, History of Western Civilization since 1500

 

Office Mo Bldg. 

Room: M1.130 


Phone:

(956) 882-7447
Fax: (956) 882-7072
philip.samponaro@utb.edu

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