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Dr. Paul Shackel has a new article entitled "Structural Violence and the Industrial Landscape" published in the International Journal of Heritage Studies. This article focuses on the continuing existence of the structural violence of the coal mining industry in Northeastern Pennsylvania and the impacts on the heritage of the region.
From climate change to international relations to racial disparities in health care, researchers in the College of Behavioral and Social Sciences (BSOS) are exploring and addressing the most challenging issues of our times.
Dr. Stephen Brighton has a new article entitled "Excavating Skibbereen's History: An archaeological View of Life on Windmill Hill" published in the Skibbereen Historical Journal. This article focuses on the work of Dr. Brighton's field school in Ireland.
Megan Springate (PhD 2017) and her colleagues recently won an award for their theme study focusing on the cultural landscapes of LGBTQ communities. Click here to read more about Megan's work.