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Raymond Sickinger

Professor

Contact Information:

rsicking@providence.edu
401-865-2190
Ruane Center for the Humanities 215

Education:

Ph.D. - University of Notre Dame

Area(s) of Expertise:

Development of Western Civilization, The Era of Napoleon, Germany in the era of World War I and World War II, Service Learning, Faith and Service


Selected Publications:

Sickinger, Raymond. Apocalypse Now: Magic and the Millennium. Journal of Popular Culture, 34 (4), 183-194.

Sickinger, Raymond. Faith, Charity, Justice, and Civic Learning: The Lessons and Legacy of Frederic Ozanam. Vincentian Heritage Journal, DePaul University. 30 (1), 81-106.

Sickinger, Raymond. Hitler and The Occult: The Magical Thinking of Adolf Hitler. Journal of Popular Culture, 34 (2), 107-125.

Sickinger, Raymond. Regulation or Ruination: Parliament's Consistent Pattern of Mercantilist Regulation of the English Textile Trade: 1660 1800. Parliamentary History, 19 (2), 211-232.

Recent Presentations:

Sickinger, Raymond., Vincentian Family Gathering, Indianapolis, IN, "Vincentian Family Together Building Bridges Out of Poverty". October, 2011.

Sickinger, Raymond., National Faith, Justice, and Civic Learning Conference, Chicago, IL, "The Legacy and Lessons of Frederic Ozanam". June, 2009.

Sickinger, Raymond., Society of Catholic Social Scientists, Jamaica, Queens, NY, "Service, Democracy, and the Common Good in 19th Century France: The Example of Frederic Ozanam". October, 2007.


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