Terri Turigliatto-Fahrney, PhD

Turigliatto-Fahrney

  
Terri Turigliatto-Fahrney, PhD
Adjunct Professor of History
fahrney@webster.edu

 

 

 

Education

PhD, Saint Louis University
MA, University of Missouri -- Saint Louis
BA, University of Dallas

Areas of Interest

America, Africa and Europe -- Slavery in the Americas
Revolutions in the Atlantic World
Women in Latin America
Latin America’s Pre-Columbian Civilizations
American Dissention 

Biography

Terri Turigliatto-Fahrney, PhD, is an Adjunct Professor of History at Webster University, where she teaches classes in both Latin American and American history. Her dissertation, Slavery and Religion in the Atlantic World, looks at the development of slavery and cultural identity in a comparative format in both the United States and Latin America. Her current research and writing interests include the role of women in Latin American revolutions and dissention in the Americas during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. She has been a visiting professor at the University of Evansville, in Evansville, Indiana.  Prof. Turigliatto-Fahrney is a native of southern California.