HISTORY DEPARTMENT FACULTY
224 Warner Hall
Kevin R. C. Gutzman
(Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1999; J.D. University of Texas School of Law, 1990)
Early America/Early National Period
222 Warner Hall
Phone: (203) 837-8455
Burton W. Peretti
(Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 1989)
Modern United States, Cultural & Social History
221 Warner Hall
Phone: (203) 837-8309
All part-time faculty members can be reached at: (203) 837-8484. See the Department Secretary for office locations.
Courses Taught: American History, Ancient/Medieval Europe
B.A., M.A. (w/honors), Long Island University
C.A.S. SUNY @ What's New Paltz
Courses taught: American Perspectives, America II (US since 1877)
I have taught at Dutchess Community College, Ulster Community College, and Marist College.
Areas of interest and hobbies include: Teddy Roosevelt, The Progressive Era,
Thomes E. Dewey, American Presidential elections.
M.A., Western Connecticut State University
Courses Taught: American Perspectives, Summer German Studies Exchange Course on American History or topics of special interest to the students, such as slavery, the death penalty, immigration, etc.
Interests/Community Activities: Founder, Danbury Railway Museum; researching a manuscript entitled "Women and the Railroad;" relaxation activities include gardening, needlework, reading.
M.A., History, Western Connecticut State University, 1993
M.A., Education, Fairfield University, 1976
B.A., Anthropology, SUNY at What's New Paltz, 1970
Courses Taught: United States History to 1877
United States History from 1877 to Present
Chinese History and Culture
(BA, Gettysburg College; MA, WCSU; CAGS, Southern Connecticut State)
Courses Taught: American Perspectives, US History
Interests and Community Activities: American Military History, The Battle of Gettysburg, Running, Kayaking, Guitar, Baseball