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Hugh Dubrulle

Ph.D., University of California
Associate Professor
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Can discuss: Modern European history (Britain, France, war, revolution and nationalism), recent military history and military affairs.
Research interests:  How the American Civil War and the discussion it inspired influenced British attitudes toward politics, society, nationalism, and military affairs. Book in progress: "A War of Wonders": British Elite Political Culture and the Impact of the American Civil War.

Matthew Masur

Ph.D., Ohio State University
Associate Professor
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Can discuss: U.S.foreign policy, modern American history, and politics and current events.
Research interests: Vietnam War; history of U.S.foreign relations, Cold War. Book in progress: Hearts and Minds: Cultural Nation Building in South Vietnam, 1954-1963.
Other:  Studied Vietnamese, spent a year conducting research in Vietnamon a Fulbright-Hays Fellowship.

Andrew Moore

Ph.D., University of Florida
Associate Professor
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Can discuss: Modern U.S. history, including civil rights and religion; issues relating to the American presidency.
Research interests: President Jimmy Carter; Roman Catholics in Alabama and Georgia post-World War II.
Published: The South's "Tolerable Alien": Roman Catholics in Alabama and Georgia, 1945-1970, published in March, 2007.

Beth Salerno

Ph.D., University of Minnesota
Associate Professor
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Can discuss:U.S. history, including colonial and antebellum periods, antislavery, women, and New England. Her first book, Sister Societies: Women's Antislavery Organizations in Antebellum America (Dekalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2005), focuses on U.S. antislavery movement 1820-1870, particularly the ways in which women organized against slavery across the Northeast and Midwest.
Other: Lived and taught for a year as a Fulbright Scholar in South Korea, 2007-2008.  Serves on New Hampshire Humanities Council Board of Directors; helped found an organic farmers' community-supported agriculture cooperative.

Fr. William Sullivan, O.S.B

Ph.D., Catholic University
Assistant Professor
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Research interests:U.S.history, including the Civil War, immigration and ethnic history, African-American history, and the ante-bellum South.
Other:  Served Saint Anselm College as dean of students, assistant academic dean, and chair of history department.  Former president of WoodsidePriorySchool, a college preparatory school located in Portola Valley, Calif. Most recently, was prior of Saint Anselm Abbey.