Dr. Kathleen P. Munley

Professor of History


American history, ethnic studies, American diplomacy and foreign policy, women's studies, American politics


AB Marywood University
MA University of Scranton
Ph.D. Lehigh University

Currently Teaching courses in American History and global interdisciplinary course including: American Presidency, Womanhood in America, Social and Cultural History of the United States, American Sports History, American Foreign Policy; Modern American History; Native Americans in History and Literature (interdisciplinary taught with Dr. Ann Bush, English Department); African Americans in History and Literature (interdisciplinary taught with Dr. Ann Bush), Ethnicity and Diversity in the Modern World (global, interdisciplinary taught with Mr. Michael Freund, School of Social Work).

Latest Book Publication: The West Side Carbondale, Pennsylvania Mine Fire.

Currently working on book on local history subject: The Murders of Edmund Keen and Paul Freech.

Presentations and Seminars: latest include: presentation on Carbondale Mine Fire at The Anthracite Heritage Musuem.

Community Affiliations: Service on the Board of Lackawanna Pro Bono and until October, The Anthracite Heritage Musuem.

Additional publications and memberships, see extended resume.

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