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Early Encounters, Settler Colonialism and Revolution: Allyson Schettino, Associate Director of School Programs
Modernizing America, On the World Stage: Leslie Hayes, Director of Education
Daniel De Santis, Manager of Visual Arts Programs (former)
Samantha Rijkers, Citizenship Project Manager
Schuyler Schuler, Manager of Professional Learning
Early Encounters, Settler Colonialism and Revolution: Regan Loggans
Modernizing America: Tamar Rabinowitz, Ph.D.
On the World Stage: Akane Okoshi
Early Encounters: Susanah Shaw Romney, Ph.D., New York University
Settler Colonialism and Revolution: Carol Berkin, Ph.D., The Graduate Center, City University of New York
Modernizing America: Nancy Woloch, Ph.D., Barnard College
On the World Stage: Kathy Peiss, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Valerie Paley, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Chief Historian, and Director, Center for Women’s History
Nick Juravich, Ph.D., Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History
Laura Mogulescu, Research Associate
The Scholarly Advisory Committee of the New-York Historical Society Center for Women’s History
N-YHS Classroom Materials Production Team
Jerome Tan, Web Manager
Albert Min, Associate Systems Administrator
Eleanor Gillers, Supervisor of Rights & Reproductions
Dayna Bealy, Rights Clearance Coordinator
Early Encounters: John Carter, Valentine Edgar, Sarah Fischer, Ira Glasser, Aaron Hull, Aaron Johnson, Sari Rosenberg, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl, Rachel Worrell
Modernizing America: Barry Butters, John Carter, Noreen Coughlin, Dunja Froman, Ira Glasser, Kanene Holder, Aaron Hull, Mark Klarman, Sari Rosenberg, Jennifer Stalec, Nina Wohl
Early Encounters: Carmen del Camino Martínez, Reyes Rojas García, Eric Ruijssenaars, Anthony Stevens-Acevedo, Alan C. Taylor
Carol Berkin, Ph.D.
Jane Landers, Ph.D.
Kathleen Duval, Ph.D.
Emily Clark, Ph.D.
Laura Chmielewski, Ph.D.
Andrew Lipman, Ph.D.
Kimberly Gauderman, Ph.D.
Julie B. Greene
Jennifer L. Morgan, Ph.D.
Dr. Wendy Martin, Ph.D.
Ramona Hernandez, Ph.D., Director, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute & Professor of Sociology
Anthony Stevens, CUNY Dominican Studies Institute
Dr. Carmen del Camino Martínez, Professor of Historiographic Sciences and Techniques of the University of Seville
Dr. Reyes Rojas García, Higher Technician of Archives at Archivo General de Indias
New York State Archives
Sarah Gordon, Curatorial Scholar in Women’s History, Center for Women’s History, New-York Historical Society
Dominique Jean-Louis, Project Historian, New-York Historical Society
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