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Roger Rosenberg, Ph.D.


Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara; M.A., San José State University; B.A., University of California, Berkeley

Research Interests
American revolution, women's movement, African-American History, labor movement, Native American culture

Dr. Roger Rosenberg is a professor of American history and an administrator within the Department of Teacher Education at The National Hispanic University. A former schoolteacher holding three credentials, he taught in San José's public schools for 15 years before joining the faculty of NHU in 1999 as a professor of U.S. history. Dr. Rosenberg has also taught California history and Native American studies. In the Department of Teacher Education, he has served as the faculty coordinator of university supervision for 10 years and is currently serving as a chair with the master's program. Dr. Rosenberg received NHU's Outstanding Faculty Award in 2008. He is especially interested in furthering his research on Native American cultural history and humanism in the writings of Abraham Lincoln.


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