Anthony Russomanno

Anthony Rowe Russomanno

Graduate Assistant

Professional Summary

Anthony is a Ph.D. candidate of American History. His research primarily deals with topics concerning immigration, race, and the politics of whiteness in the U. S. during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. More specifically, Anthony's current research focuses on anti-Italian violence in the American South between 1880 and 1910. Anthony holds undergraduate degrees in History and Political science, as well as an M.A. in American history, from the University of Cincinnati. 

Education

A.A.: University of Cincinnati (Liberal Arts)

B.A.: University of Cincinnati (History and Political Science )

M.A.: University of Cincinnati (U.S. and Comparative Urban History )

Research and Practice Interests

19th and 20th Century US History (topics involving immigration, race, and the politics of whiteness)

Presentations

Paper Presentations

Anthony R. Russomanno (03-09-2018. ) A New Wave of Immigration: New Orleans and Buenos Aires at the turn of the Twentieth Century .Louisiana State University . Conference. Level:University

Anthony R. Russomanno (04-06-2018. ) Urban Dissonance: The Climax of Anti-Italianism in New Orleans, 1880-1891 .University of Cincinnati . Conference. Level:University

Honors and Awards

2018 Werner E. Von Rosenstiel Travel and Research Grant for research conducted in New Orleans, Louisiana University of Cincinnati, Dept. of History Type:Monetary

2018 -2019 Public Humanities Fellow for the Department of History University of Cincinnati Level:College Type:Fellowship

2015 The George Newberger Prize for Best Paper in a History 5000 Research Seminar Paper entitled: “Delusions of the Past: Widespread Oblivion in the New Gilded Age” Type:Monetary

2020 Taft Graduate Summer Fellowship Award For dissertation research conducted in St. Charles Parish (Hahnville), Louisiana. Taft Research Center Type:Monetary

2020 The Zane L. Miller Prize for Best Graduate Research Paper Paper entitled: “The Racialization of Italian Immigrants in Gilded Age Louisiana: the Hahnville Lynching of 1896” Department of History, University of Cincinnati

2019 Werner E. Von Rosenstiel Travel and Research Grant For research conducted in St. Charles Parish, LA. Department of History, University of Cincinnati Type:Monetary

2020 The John K. Alexander Teaching Award for Best Graduate Teaching Assistant Department of History, University of Cincinnati

2016 Travel Award For research conducted in New Orleans, LA. Department of History, University of Cincinnati Type:Monetary

2021 -2022 Taft Dissertation Fellowship Taft Research Center Type:Fellowship

2021 Taft Graduate Summer Fellowship For research conducted in Baton Rouge and New Orleans, Louisiana Taft Research Center

2022 The Roger Daniels Summer Fellowship

2023 Taft Graduate Enrichment Award For summer dissertation research.

Service

The Clermont County Democratic Party ((Precinct Capt. for Union Township G) ) Committee Member Type:Community Service Level:Local 2015 -2018

Ohio Student’s Association (“End Zero Tolerance Policy in Ohio” initiative ) Member Level:State 2017

Courses Taught

-HIST-1002 US HIST II Level:Undergraduate

-HIST-1001 U.S. HIST I Level:Undergraduate

-HIST-1099 Immigration and Nativism in the US Level:Undergraduate