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Carayon, Celine

Assistant Professor, History
Holloway Hall (HH) 386
410-677-3251 or ext 73251
cxcarayonsalisburyedu



Courses  []

2015 Spring

  • HIST 201-003 UNITED STATES HISTORY
    Survey of the political, economic, social and cultural factors that have shaped the pattern of life in the United States. Particular problems examined in the light of their sources and historical development. HIST 201 goes through 1865 and HIST 202 from 1865 to the present. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 330-010 PROSEMINAR IN HISTORY
    Survey of selected historians and their philosophies of history. Guides students in the preparation of a formal research paper using primary and secondary sources. Prerequisites: HIST 101, 102 and 201 or 202. Three hours lecture, one hour laboratory per week. Meets General Education IIB. (Required C or better.)
  • HIST 330-011 PROSEMINAR IN HISTORY
    Survey of selected historians and their philosophies of history. Guides students in the preparation of a formal research paper using primary and secondary sources. Prerequisites: HIST 101, 102 and 201 or 202. Three hours lecture, one hour laboratory per week. Meets General Education IIB. (Required C or better.)

2015 Fall

  • HIST 384-001 NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
    Explores Native American history before contact with Europeans, through struggles with the emerging new nation, forced reservations and Indian activism, to current status of tribal members. Examines the political, economic, social and cultural aspects of Native Americans. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 601-091 METHODS OF HIST RESEARCH
    Students will examine first-hand, the vast original documentation relating to the lower Delmarva peninsula at the Nabb Research Center, and what social, political, educational, economic, religious, or cultural material(s) might be included in each record type. Familiarity with 17th and 18th century language and handwriting (similar to learning a foreign language) must also be included in order to understand the documents. Research and interpretation will focus on creating a more complete picture of what life was like during the century after the initial settlement of the Lower eastern Shore. May be taken only once. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Presentations

Carayon, C. (October 3rd, 2014). Understanding misunderstandings: Cross-cultural communication in the Early Atlantic World. Presented at SU Research and Faculty Innovation Days, Salisbury, MD.

Dissertation(s)

Carayon, C. (2010). Beyond words: Nonverbal communication, performance, & acculturation in the early French-Indian Atlantic (1500-1700). Thesis (Ph.D.), College of William and Mary.

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