<html> <head> <title>Department of History, College of St Rose 4</title> </head> <body bgcolor="white"> <!-- header --> <table width="564" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr><td width="564" height="77" colspan="4"><img width="564" height="77" src="../DeptHead.jpg"></td> </tr> <!-- line spacer --> <tr><td><br><br></td></tr> <tr><td width="50" height="18"><spacer type="block" width="50" height="18"></td> <td width="165" height="18"><spacer type="block" width="165" height="18"></td> <td width="5" height="18"><spacer type="block" width="5" height="18"></td> <td><align="top"><a href="../faculty.html"><b>F A C U L T Y</b></a></td></tr> <!-- line spacer --> <tr><td><br></td></tr> <!-- faculty photo --> <tr> <td width="50" height="1"><spacer type="block" width="50" height="1"></td> <td width="165" height="185" ><img width="165" height="185" src="jdphoto.jpg"></td> <!-- faculty info --> <td width="30" height="1"><spacer type="block" width="5" height="1"></td> <td width="324" valign="bottom"><font size="4"><br>Jenise DePinto</font><br> <p> Moran Hall 5<br> College of Saint Rose<br> 432 Western Avenue<br> Albany New York 12203<br> <br> E-mail: <a href="mailto:depintoj@mail.strose.edu?">depintoj@mail.strose.edu</a></td> </tr> <!-- line spacer --> <tr><td><br><br></td></tr> <!-- faculty info --> <tr> <td width="50" height="1"><spacer type="block" width="50" height="1"></td> <td colspan="3"> Professor Jenise DePinto received her PhD in European history from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 2005, where she also taught a variety of courses in modern Europe and womenŐs studies from 2000-2005. She joined the history faculty at Saint Rose in 2005. Professor DePintoŐs teaching interests include European social, cultural, political, and intellectual history, imperialisms, gender theory, labor history, social movements, and revolution. Her own research focuses on the construction and contested meanings of race, class, and gender in the formation of national identities in 19th century Britain and the British Empire. She is currently revising her dissertation for publication, which is entitled Re-Imagining Empire and Nation in Early Victorian Britain: Race, Class, and Gender in the Condition of England Question. She is a member of the North American Victorian Studies Association, the Midwest Victorian Studies Association, the American Historical Association, and Amnesty International. In addition to academic pursuits she also loves cats, birds, theatre, classical music, and punk rock. <!-- course list --> </tr> <tr> <td width="50" height="1"><spacer type="block" width="50" height="1"></td> <td colspan="3"><br> <br> </td> </tr> <!-- line spacer --> <tr><td><br><br><br></td></tr> <!-- footer --> <tr> <td width="50" height="1"><spacer type="block" width="50" height="1"></td> <td colspan="3"><a href="../faculty.html">Faculty Home</a> | <a href="http://www.strose.edu/Future_Students/Academics/School_of_Arts_and_Humanities/history_department.asp">History Department Home</a><br></td> </tr> </table> </body> </html>