Teaching about Roe v. Wade

Lynne Curry’s essay, “Beyond ‘Choice’: Roe v. Wade as U. S. Constitutional History,” was published in the Summer 2010 volume of the Journal of Women’s History.


Constitutional Rights History

Lynne Curry served as commentator for two panels at the Constitutional Rights History Conference at San Francisco State University, September 16-17, 2010.

Raising Citizens

Lynne Curry’s chapter entitled “‘Special Relationships’: Children, Social Workers, and the State, 1950-1990,” has been published in the volume, Raising Citizens in the Century of the Child, edited by Dirk Schumann and published by Berghahn Books.

Humanities Forum

The history department and the Center for Translational Humanities co-sponsored the historic preservation panel “Natural Disaster and Senseless Sprawl: On the Front Lines of Preserving Culture and Community” on Oct. 12. Three guests from the National Trust for Historic Preservation discussed their experiences with salvaging, restoring, or protecting historic and cultural resources in the face of various sorts of natural and man-made destructive forces.