Rona Holub

BA, The College of New Jersey. MA, Sarah Lawrence College. MA, PhD, Columbia University. Special interest in US women’s, urban, 19-century social history, with particular emphasis on New York City, crime and capitalism, and growth of the bourgeois narrative. Contributor to Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia and Encyclopedia of Women in American History. Awarded Gerda Lerner Prize. SLC, 2007–

Courses taught in History

2012-2013
  • Visions/Revisions: Issues in Women’s History
2011-2012
  • In/Migration: How Immigrants and Migrants Changed New York City From a Small Trading Post to an Emerging World Metropolis

Courses taught in Women's History Program

Courses from previous years

2013-2014
  • Visions/Revisions: Issues in Global Women’s History

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