Emily Senefeld

Emily Senefeld

Director of the Project for Technology in History Education

Advisor: Grace Elizabeth Hale

Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 10-2

Office: Nau 336

Email: ees2b (at) virginia.edu

Fields & Specialties

20th Century US Cultural History; the South; working-class culture

 

Education:

Ph.D., History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville (expected May 2015)

M.A., History, University of Virginia, Charlottesville (May 2010)

Thesis: “’I’ll Never Pass Again’: Narratives of Racial Passing in African-American Confession Magazines of the 1950s”

B.A., History, summa cum laude, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee (May 2005)

Departmental Honors

Thesis: “Snow White-ness: How American Cartoons of the 1930s and 1940s Construct Racial Identity”

Current Research:

My dissertation examines the history of the Highlander Folk School from 1932 to 1962, with an emphasis on how the school used labor and folk music, as well as dramas and documentary films, as tools for organizing in labor and civil rights. 

Full curriculum vitae available here.



Corcoran Department of History
University of Virginia
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