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history professor

Linda Salvucci, American history professor. Recipient Hubert Herring award for best article, Pacific Coast Council on Latin America Studies, 1985, College Teachers award, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1988-1989, prize, Conference on Latin America History, 2001.

Background

Salvucci, Linda was born on March 28, 1951 in Pittston, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Joseph A. and Helen Shegelski Kerrigan.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in History, Villanova University, 1973. Master of Arts in History, Princeton University, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy in History, Princeton University, 1985.

Career

Assistant professor history Trinity University, San Antonio, 1985—1991, associate professor history, since 1991. Chairman, member committees various conferences in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: (textbook) Call to Freedom, various editions, 2000-2005. Contributor articles to professional publications.

Membership

Trustee St. Luke's Episcopalian School, 1998—2005, vice chairman, 2002—2004. Board editors The Americas, 2002—2006. Board directors Youth Orchestras San Antonio, 2005—2006.

Member of History Society (board governors since 2006), National Council History Education (trustee since 2005, vice chair since 2009), Omohundro Institute Early American History and Culture, American History Association.

Connections

Married Richard Salvucci, August 25, 1973. Children: Martin J., Rosemary C.

father:
Joseph A.

mother:
Helen Shegelski Kerrigan

spouse:
Richard Salvucci

child:
Martin J. Salvucci

child:
Rosemary C. Salvucci