A scholar of twentieth-century U.S. history and the creator of the award-winning digital history website Digital Harlem: Everyday Life, 1915-1930, he has won numerous teaching awards, including a Carrick Australian Award for University Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (a national teaching award), and a University of Sydney Excellence in Teaching Award. He currently teaches a course in which students create projects on soldiers who wrote graffiti at Historic Blenheim. He holds a PhD from Rutgers University.
- Role in Workshop: Discovery of Graffiti Soldiers discussion (Sunday); A Digital Historian’s Toolkit workshop (Wednesday); Digital Storytelling workshop (Thursday); Gettysburg site visit (Thursday); Piecing It Together workshop (Friday); Digital Storytelling workshop (Friday)
Rosenfeld has worked extensively in the field of public history as a museum educator, deputy executive director, and consultant. At RRCHNM, she has managed Teachinghistory.org outreach and served as project manager for Sea of Liberty, 100 Leaders, and Understanding Sacrifice, among other projects. She also serves as adjunct faculty in Mason’s Arts Management program. Rosenfeld holds a BA in history from the College of William and Mary and a MA in history museum studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program, SUNY-Oneonta.
Graduate Research Assistants
Six George Mason University PhD students, TBA