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Gabriel Loiacono

Associate Professor of History (Ph.D Brandeis University, 2008) and Associate Director of the University Studies Program

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Research Interests

  • Colonial North America and the United States in the Early Republic
  • Social, Cultural and Political history of poverty
  • Paupers, the recipients of public assistance
  • Moral questions and Reform movements in American history
  • "Town Fathers" in the late colonial and early republic periods: the men, such as town councilmen or overseers of the poor, who governed their neighbors more completely than any king, president, legislature, or Supreme Court

Regularly Taught Courses

    • 57-201 United States History to 1877 (Explore)
    • 57-205 Ben Franklin, Abigail Adams & Olaudah Equiano: 3 Educations in the 18th Century (Quest I)
    • 57-215 Charity and Memory, 1066-1935 (Quest III)
    • 57-315 History Methods and Writing
    • 57-339 Public History
    • 57-361 Colonial North America
    • 57-363 American Indian History
    • 57-364 The Early American Republic, 1787-1828
    • 57-411 (American History Senior Seminar) Reading American Newspapers, 1740-1840

    Contact Information

  • Address: Sage Hall 3615
  • Phone: (920) 424-1409
  • Email: loiacong@uwosh.edu
  • Office Hours: (Fall 2015):

MWF 11:30-12, TuTH 1-2 or by appointment

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