Czechs in the City: The Czech-American Experience in Cleveland

Pamela McVay | April 15, 2009

Welcome to our class. I am chair of the Ursuline College History department and co-founder of the Ursuline College Historic Preservation program. This class and the exhibit associated with it will serve as a model for future exhibits and projects on the history and culture of Northeast Ohio. Two of my Fall 2009 courses will also be contributing to this project. These are HI 240 Ordinary Women in World History and HI 342 Modern Europe.


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Pamela McVay is Professor of History at Ursuline College. She holds a BS in History and German Literature from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, an MA in History from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. in History from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign







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