Dr. Adam Shprintzen

Assistant Professor
shprintzen@marywood.edu
Phone: Ext. 2358
Office: LAC82D
Department: Social Sciences

Dr. Adam Shprintzen is new to Marywood, and he will be joining the Social Sciences Department as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of History.  Dr. Shprintzen earned the B.A. in History from Manhattanville College, the M.A. in History from Hunter College, the City University of New York, and the Ph.D. in American History, with a minor in Public History, from Loyola University, Chicago.  He taught introductory and advanced undergraduate courses in American History at Chicago, as well as courses at Kendall College and Hunter College CUNY.  He comes to Marywood from George Washington's Mount Vernon, where he was the Digital and Archival Historian at the Fred W. Smith National Library for the Study of George Washington.  He is the author of The Vegetarian Crusade:  The Rise of an American Reform Movement, 1817-1921, which was published by University of North Carolina Press in 2013.  This fall, he will be teaching the Survey of U.S. History to 1865 and a special topics course called "Nature and the New American Native."