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Margaret Manchester

Assistant Professor
Department Chairperson, History

Contact Information:

mmanch@providence.edu
401-865-2846
Ruane Center for the Humanities 131

Education:

Ph.D. - Clark University

Area(s) of Expertise:

American History

Awards and Honors:

J. William Fulbright Scholar Award - US State Department, Council for International Exchange of Scholars
Joseph R. Accinno Excellence in Teaching Award - Providence College
Providence College Committee on Aid to Faculty Research (CAFR) Grant for project entitled, “The Verin Case: Marriage, Religion and Liberty of Conscience in 17th Century Rhode Island” - Providence College
Davis Grant - Providence College Committee for the Enhancement of Learning
Walter Craddock European/Asian/Middle Eastern Paper Prize - Southwest Historical Association

Recent Presentations:

Manchester, Margaret., Midwest Conference on British Studies, Toronto, Canada, "The Verins: Religion, Marriage, and Liberty of Conscience in 17th Century New England". October, 2012.

Manchester, Margaret., Midwestern Conference on British Studies, Toronto, Canada, "Paper: Marriage, Liberty of Conscience, and the Puritan Patriarchy". October, 2012.

Manchester, Margaret., American Studies Association, Philadelphia, PA, "Panel: American Studies Programs at Liberal Arts Colleges". October, 2007.


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