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Eve Kornfeld, Senate Distinguished Professor and Professor of History, earned her B.A. at Princeton University and her M.A. and Ph.D. in History at Harvard University. She has taught in Harvard’s History and Literature concentration, Princeton’s History and European Cultural Studies departments, and SDSU’s History, MALAS, Honors, and Arts Alive Collaborative programs. Her teaching and scholarship are interdisciplinary, transnational, polyphonic, and informed by post-colonial, post-structural, gender and critical race theory. Her books were published in the Bedford Series in History and Culture of St. Martin’s Press, and her articles have appeared in the William and Mary Quarterly, Journal of the Early Republic, Journal of American Studies, Canadian Review of American Studies, New England Journal of History, Pennsylvania History, History Teacher, and the Journal of American Culture. She served on the governing board of the American Culture Association. She received the College of Arts and Letters Excellence in Teaching Award in the Humanities and Social Sciences in 2017 and the SDSU Senate Excellence in Teaching Award in 2018.