I love the close interaction with the students that teaching at MNU allows. Through small classes, advising sessions, and the familiarity that builds over several semesters, I get to know the strengths and weaknesses of every student in the History and Social Studies major. I am able to tailor my classes and assignments in order to challenge them in specific ways or allow them to shine based on their particular abilities.

Elizabeth George
  • Awards & Honors
    • 2009 David Library Fellowship, David Library of the American Revolution, Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania
    • 2008 Robert L. Middlekauf Fellowship, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California
    • 2008 Hugh Cleland Award for Innovative Teaching, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York
    • 2004 Gardiner Fellowship, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York
  • Presentations
    • 2013 “Intimate Enemies: Captivity and Colonial Fear of Indians in Pontiac's War,” The War Called Pontiac’s, 1763-2013 Conference, McNeil Center for Early American Studies
    • 2011 “A very material post: Fort Number Four and the Seven Years War,” New England Historical Association Spring Conference
    • 2010 “They take a prerogative power in their own hand: Fort Herkimer, NY and the British Army in the Seven Years War, 1756-1758,” Stony Brook University History Department Colloquium Series
    • 2007 “The Distraction of the Poor Women: Empire and Community at Fort Cumberland, 1755,” McNeil Center for Early American Studies Biennial
    • Graduate Student Conference: Conflict and Community in Early America and the Atlantic World
  • Involvement at MNU
    • CLAS Curriculum Committee, member-at-large
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