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Charlotte Haller
Professor
508-929-8046 challer1@worcester.edu
Faculty Office
327 Sullivan
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Areas of Expertise

Bio

Trained in U.S. Women’s history and American History, Dr. Haller’s academic interests include women’s history, African American history, the history of the American Revolution, and the history of food.

Education
2000
University of Wisconsin - Madison
History
Ph.D.
1990
Brown University
American Civilization
BA
Service Projects
Director of Women's Studies
2018-19, Worcester State University.
Coordinator and Co-Coordinator of the First Year Experience
2011-2016, Worcester State University.

Research At A Glance

Finding Freedom in a Revolutionary Era: Slavery and Free Blacks in North Carolina, 1760-1810

Finding Freedom in a Revolutionary Era: Slavery and Free Blacks in North Carolina, 1760-1810

Book manuscript under review with the University of Georgia Press.

"The Convenience of Cold: Refrigerators, Consumerism, and Gender Roles During the Great Depression"

"The Convenience of Cold: Refrigerators, Consumerism, and Gender Roles During the Great Depression"

Article in progress.

The Story of Midge: Tragedy, War, and Coming to Terms with Women's Lives in the Mid-Twentieth Century

The Story of Midge: Tragedy, War, and Coming to Terms with Women's Lives in the Mid-Twentieth Century

Article and digital humanities site in progress.