Krystyna Puc, Social Sciences (2007)
Krystyna Puc received her B.S. in Political Science from Northeastern University, and her Ph.D. in American Civilization from The George Washington University. She previously taught at Catholic University and the Arlington campus of George Mason University. Besides teaching, she has worked in public history as a program director in both the public and private sectors and as an independent research associate for archaeological investigations in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Courses taught at UNCSA include the Arts in Context, American regional colonial history, the Vietnam War and presidential elections.
Research interests include: the transmission and transformation of English culture in the North American colonies; the second half of 20th century America, especially the nexus of social, cultural and political themes in contemporary life; colonial women’s history; and American architectural history and material culture.