Hasenyager, Dr. Caroline, PhD
Phone: (804) 524-5137
- Ph.D., History, College of William and Mary, 2013
- M.A., History, College of William and Mary, 2004
- B.A., History, Smith College, 2002
- U.S. Women’s History
- Cultural History
- Activism and Social Movements
- Gender Studies
- History of Education
- HIST 115, World History since 1500
- HIST 122, U.S. History to 1865
- HIST 344, Historical Methods
- HIST 425, Contemporary American History
- HIST 428, America in Two World Wars
- HIST 545, American Women’s History
- HIST 546, Modern American Social History
- HIST 554, Historical Research Methods
- “‘Demand Something to Fulfill that Need’: Liberal Arts Education, Student Consumers, and the Dilemma of Modern Womanhood at the Elite Women’s Colleges, 1915-1935,” Virginia Social Sciences Association Conference, April 2014.
- “Putting Away Childish Things: Educated Womanhood and the Decline of ‘Crush Culture’ at the Elite Women’s Colleges, 1890-1920,” Organization of American Historians Conference, April 2014.
- “‘A Threat, Against the Liberal Education of Women:’ Domestic Science, Vocational Training, and the Elite Women’s Colleges, 1890-1920,” History of Education Society Conference, November 2012.
- “‘Not Enough…for Really Intelligent Women:’ Domestic Science and the Elite Women’s Colleges, 1890-1920,” American Educational Research Association Conference, April 2012.
- “‘The Convent at Saint Lyons:’ Women’s Higher Education in the Era of Manifest Destiny,” Massachusetts Historical Society, July 2011.
- “‘Those wild, perverted female Bolsheviks:’ Popular Fiction and the ‘Radicalization’ of Women’s Colleges in the Interwar Era,” Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference, April 2011.
- “Something More than a Man’s Education: The Seven Sister Colleges and the Liberal Arts, 1915-1930,” Virginia Humanities Conference, March 2010.
- New England Regional Fellowship Consortium, 2011-12
- Graduate Fellow, The Lemon Project, College of William and Mary, 2011-12
- Preceptor, History Writing Research Center, College of William and Mary, 2007-08; Spring 2009
- Research Fellow, New York Public Library, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, 2007