Nichols College Assistant Professor of History Michael E. Neagle, Ph.D., chair of the history program, was interviewed on two recent podcasts to promote his book, America’s Forgotten Colony. These were “In the Past Lane” and the “New Books Network” podcast.
At the New England Historical Association conference in October, Professor Neagle presented a paper, “The Bandit as Terrorist: American Perceptions of Pancho Villa.” The presentation stemmed from research conducted during his spring 2017 course release and is part of his next book project, Chasing Bandits.
Assistant Professor of History Paul Lambert and Professor Neagle conducted a field trip in October with their HIST 369 and HIST 370 classes to the University of Connecticut for its Foreign Policy Seminar. Students heard a lecture by—and got to have a conversation with—Clark University History Professor Douglas Little, who talked about his new book, Us vs. Them: The United States, Radical Islam, and the Rise of the Green Threat.