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Scott Holdredge

Assistant Professor

Scott Holdredge

Performing Arts Department

Dowd Fine Arts Center, Room 215

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Scott Thornton

Bus Driver

Scott Thornton

Transportation Services

Service Group, Physical Plant

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Scott Flickinger

Director of Recreational Sports

Scott Flickinger (he, him, his)

Recreational Sports

Student Life Center

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Scott Moranda

Professor

Scott Moranda

History Department

Old Main, Room 211D

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  • CV: https://hcommons.org/app/uploads/sites/1000360/bp-attachment-xprofile/Moranda_CV_2024_short.pdf
  • Scholarship: I am a historian of Germany and the German-speaking world, focusing on environmental history, the history of tourism, and ethnic/national identity formation. My current book project explores that transatlantic migration of conservation ideas among German-speakers. Subjects under investigation include German-American agricultural journalists and foresters whose promotion of land ethics contributed to the construction of a common German ethnic identity and offered opportunities to challenge Anglo-American cultural hegemony. In addition, travelers and scientific experts from Germany traveled to North America where they often collaborated with the aforementioned German-Americans. Together, their critiques of "Yankee plunder" also linked land ethics to nation building and imperialism in Germany. Even as these cultural exchanges proliferated, German-speaking conservationists, agronomists and foresters contributed to the intentional and unintentional exchange of plants, animals, fungi, and viruses that often disrupted their political and cultural projects.
  • Email: scott.moranda@cortland.edu
  • Areas of interest: environmental history, Germany, transatlantic migrations, Central Europe (19th and 20th centuries), history of nationalism, Modern Europe
  • Teaching: I teach courses such as World Environmental History, German History, The Holocaust, the history of tourism, 19th Century Central and Eastern Europe, and 20th Century Europe
Scott M Soprano

Laboratory Animal Caretaker

Scott M Soprano

Biological Sciences Department

Bowers Hall, Room 240

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Scott Chierchio

Maintenance Supervisor 1

Scott Chierchio

Maintenance

Service Group

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