Dr. Sarah Trembanis Joins History Faculty at IU

Immaculata University announces that Sarah L. Trembanis, Ph.D., of Newark, DE, joined the faculty of Immaculata University as assistant professor of History.
Dr. Trembanis arrives at Immaculata after serving as an adjunct history professor for various higher education institutions including the University of Delaware and Strayer University. As a teaching fellow at The College of William and Mary, she taught United States history from 1877 to the present.
A Duke University History graduate, Dr. Trembanis continued her education earning her MA and Ph.D. in American History, both from The College of William and Mary in Virginia. Her dissertation topic was "They Opened the Door too Late: African Americans and Baseball, 1900-1947." While a student at The College of William and Mary, she served as a writing consultant for the History Writing Resource Center and an editing apprentice for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.
In 2006, Dr. Trembanis expanded upon her knowledge of baseball history by adding to her published works a section on The San Diego Padres for the "Encyclopedia of Major League Baseball Teams." She also co-authored an article entitled "Filming Eugenics: Teaching the History of Eugenics through Film," which will appear this summer in The Public Historian. Over her career, she has presented several workshops on topics such as "Signifying Baseball: Black Baseball as Trickster," "Swinging for Sales: Racial Sports Images in Advertising," and "Clean Living: Baseball Players and Public Morality in the Negro Leagues."
"I am thrilled to be part of the faculty at Immaculata University. I welcome the opportunity to join such a wonderful community of students and scholars," comments Dr.
Trembanis on her appointment to Immaculata University.
Immaculata University, a Catholic, coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.

z:word: release: Dr. Sarah Trembanis History Faculty #115
3.19.2007

Author:

Share This Post On