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Three Alumni employment successes in Academia

While our department has very high employment rates, we rejoice with every alumni from our program who receives a job. Recently, three alumni from our program have found success in the academic job market. 

David Goldberg (Ph.D., 2013) recently accepted an Assistant Professor of U.S. History position at Adrian College, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Earlier this year, David published, Industrial Segregation in U.S. History, with Walter Greason of Monmouth University. Industrial Segregation is a collection of essays on the economic origins of segregation in the Jim Crow North and follows his 2016 book, The Retreats of Reconstruction: Race, Leisure, and the Politics of Segregation at the New Jersey Shore, 1865-1920 (Fordham University Press).

Marc Sanko (PhD, 2018) accepted a tenure-track position in 20th Century US and Public History at Clarion University of Pennsylvania to begin Fall 2018 .Sanko's dissertation research focused on Maltese migratation to Detroit and Toronto. Sanko published “The Gift of Empire: Maltese Migrants to Detroit, 1919-1924,” in the Fall 2017 Michigan Historical Review.

Joe Snyder accepted a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Modern British History at Southeast Missouri State University. Dr. Snyder's research focused on the British Empire colonial development in Africa, mass violence and genocide in twentieth-century Africa, and nativism and indigenousness in Greater East Africa, among other things. 

Congratulations to Dr. Goldberg, Dr. Sanko, and Dr. Snyder as well as all of our other recent alumni who have accepted jobs.