Dr. Catherine Adams has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2007. Professor Adams is an expert in the history of African-Americans in the early United States. Her research interests include early American history, African American history, women's history, and material culture. In 2010, Dr. Adams co-authored Love of Freedom: Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England.
Ph.D. in History, University of Illinois
Love of Freedom: Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England
- Early America
- African American
- Material Culture
HIST 249: S/U/StuAmerHist: Black Joy
A study of a particular topic in American history. Topics could be defined either by time, theme, or space: the history of New York, the antebellum era, the Borderlands, and Latino History are possible areas that might be offered.
WGST 310: Race, Class & Gender
This course uses multiple disciplines to explore how identity categories of gender, race, and class intersect. Students will explore and critique relations of power in families, societies, and cultures. In class discussion and in writing, students will reflect on their own ideas and thought processes, and they will engage respectfully with differing ideas.