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Harriet  Davis Kram

Harriet Davis Kram

Department Of History
Office Location: Powdermaker Hall, Room-352-M
Phone: 718-997-5368
Fax: 718-997-5359

Dr. Harriet Davis-Kram earned an MA in history at Hunter College, writing a thesis about Jewish women in 19th-century Russian revolutionary movements. She also holds a PhD in history from the CUNY Graduate Center, where she submitted a dissertation titled "No More a Stranger and Alone: Trade Union, Socialist and Feminist Action: A Route to Becoming an American." Dr. Davis-Kram has been teaching at Queens College for over twenty years and also works as a guide on New York City social history walking tours. She gives lectures throughout New York State for the New York Council for the Humanities and has been repeatedly named one of the best lecturers of the Council program. She also worked as a guide for the United States Information Bureau, where she met groups of foreign visitors with special interests in American cities.
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