Tag Archives: Catherine Denial

Déjà Vu: Scary When History Repeats Itself…

Written by Rana Tahir ’13 Gay marriage. It’s a hot-button issue of civil rights. Am I for it? Yes (always have been).  But the reason why really wasn’t clear to me until this lecture by Professor (Catherine) Denial. Before, for … Continue reading

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Will History of Marriage Repeat Itself?

Written by Firas Suqi ’13 The various interpretations of the Constitution have perpetually been used to deny specific groups to the right of marriage. Professor Catherine Denial, a historian with research interests in marriage and Native Americans, provided us with … Continue reading

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‘Sanctity of Marriage’

Written by Jessica Oakley ’15 This week in Election 2012! we heard from Catherine Denial, associate professor of history.  She specializes in the history of marriage. She came to talk with us about the history of marriage in the U.S. … Continue reading

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