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History

Anne E. Krulikowski

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Address:
702 Wayne Hall
West Chester, PA 19382


Phone: 610-436-2201
Fax: 610-436-3069


Carole Marciano
Departmental Secretary
Office: 702 Wayne Hall
Phone: 610-436-2201
Fax: 610-436-3069
CMarciano@wcupa.edu


Dr. Robert Kodosky
Departmental Chairperson
Office: 704 Wayne Hall
Phone: 610-436-2288
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RKodosky@wcupa.edu


Dr. Karin Gedge
Social Studies Coordinator
Office: 729 Wayne Hall
Phone: 610-436-2971
KGedge@wcupa.edu


Brenda Gaydosh
Acting Graduate Coordinator
Office: 721 Wayne Hall
Phone: 610-436-0734
BGaydosh@wcupa.edu


Jonathan Friedman
Director, Holocaust-Genocide Studies
Office: 723 Wayne Hall
Phone: 610-436-2972
JFriedman@wcupa.edu

Anne E. Krulikowski

Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught

  • HIS 152: History of the United States II
  • HIS 344: History of Pennsylvania
  • HIS 364: American Urban History
  • HIS 399: Gilded Age America
  • HIS 399: America in the 1920s
  • HIS 399: Introduction to Public History
  • HIS 555: Emergence of Modern America, 1877-1929
  • HIS 559: American Urban History

About Me

Dr. Krulikowski earned her Ph.D in American History from the University of Delaware, with a focus in material culture and historic preservation. She also has M.A.'s in American History and British & American literature from Villanova University. She worked for five years at Rockwood Museum, a Victorian house in Wilmington, Delaware, where her responsibilities included overseeing house and school tours and developing public programs and special tours for children and adults. She has served on the Board of the Friends of Rockwood and contributed to several re-interpretive projects of kitchen spaces, and domestic technology and labor.

Dr. Krulikowski was Visiting Professor of Twentieth-Century America at Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and has taught upper level and graduate classes at several local universities, most frequently at the University of Delaware, where she lectured in and contributed to the planning of the introductory colloquium for the Material Culture Studies Minor.

Prof. Krulikowski's dissertation focused on ethnically and racially mixed working class neighborhoods in Southwest Philadelphia and the Eastwick Redevelopment Project in that vicinity. She has given numerous conference and public talks and published articles on Eastwick, oral history, grocery stores and urban food distribution, urban real estate, Building and Loan Associations, and housing.

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