Threlkeld Presents Research on Women and World Citizenship
On Thursday, October 26, Dr. Megan Threlkeld is presenting her current research on U.S. women and the idea of “world citizenship” from the late 19th through the Cold War era to the Modern U.S. History Seminar at The Ohio State University in Columbus. Her current project builds on her knowledge about U.S. women’s international peace activism during the first half of the twentieth century, which she first addressed in her book, Pan American Women: U.S. Internationalists and Revolutionary Mexico,which was published in 2014 by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
Dr. Threlkeld is a regular participant in the Modern U.S. History Seminar, which brings together scholars from the Columbus area to discuss new approaches and developments in their historical research. This is just one example of the opportunities that Denison professors have to interact with colleagues at nearby universities, to invigorate their own thinking and research, and then to bring that energy back to the classroom to share with Denison students.