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William Ennis

Associate Professor

Arts and HumanitiesHistory

443/341-5043 (videophone)

About

  • B.A. Gallaudet University - History
  • M.A. University of Iowa - History
  • Ph.D. University of Iowa - History
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2014/01)(05)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2009/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2014/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2009/02)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2011/02)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2013/02)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2011/01)(02)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2012/01)(02)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2013/01)(02)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2012/02)(02)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2010/02)(SI1)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2010/01)(SI2)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2009/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2010/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2011/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2012/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2013/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2011/02)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2014/02)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2009/02)(03)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2010/02)(SI1)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2013/01)(01)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2011/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2012/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2013/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2014/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2010/02)(02)
  • HIS-332 Mass Media & Deaf Community (2014/01)(01)
  • HIS-340 19th Century Amer Df History (2012/02)(01)
  • HIS-400 Deaf Women's History (2011/01)(01)
  • HIS-499 Independent Study (2012/02)(01)
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2016/02)(02)
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2015/02)(05)
  • HIS-102 World Civilization II (2016/01)(01)
  • HIS-102 World Civilization II (2017/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2015/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2016/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2017/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2018/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2019/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2020/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2020/01)(02)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2015/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2015/02)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2018/02)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2016/02)(02)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2017/02)(02)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2015/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2016/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2017/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2019/02)(01)
  • HIS-332 Mass Media & Deaf Community (2016/01)(01)
  • HIS-332 Mass Media & Deaf Community (2017/01)(01)
  • HIS-340 19th Century Amer Df History (2015/01)(01)
  • HIS-493 Senior Seminar II (2017/02)(01)
  • HIS-499 Independent Study (2017/02)(02)
  • HIS-799 Independent Study (2017/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2020/02)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2020/02)(02)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2020/03)(OL1)
  • HIS-799 Independent Study (2020/03)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2021/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2022/01)(1)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2021/02)(1)
  • Teaching Language to a Boy Born Deaf: The Popham Notebook and Associated Texts by ed. John Wallis
  • Fighting in the Shadows: The Untold Stories of Deaf People in the Civil War
  • Teaching Language to a Boy Born Deaf: The Popham Notebook and Associated Texts by ed. John Wallis
  • A Conversation: Looking Back on 25 Years of ‘A Place of Their Own’
  • Reflections on Teaching Deaf History at Gallaudet University
  • Eugenics at the National Deaf Mute College: Fluid Discourse 1893-1953
  • Sign Language
  • Loyalties in Deaf History: Gender, Marriage, and Transnational Discourses
  • The Eugenic Attack on American Deaf People: Discourse on Deaf Marriage and Fecundity
  • Emerging Deaf Historians: Research, Writing, and Reinterpreting Deaf History
  • The National Deaf-Mute College Benefactor and Friend: Henry Dawes and Native American Hostilities
  • Cripping the Archive
  • The Invention of Miracles and AGBell
  • The National Deaf-Mute College Benefactor and Friend: Henry Dawes and Native American Hostilities
  • Faculty Senate: Chair 2018/01-2020/02
  • Uncontrolled: Chair 2016/01
  • Faculty Senate: Member 2015/01-2016/02
  • Faculty Senate: Member 2016/02-2018/01
  • Program Chair 2012/01-2013/02
  • Presidential Interview Committee 2015/01
  • Member 2018/01-2018/03
  • Coordinator 2016/02-2017/02
  • Judge: National History Day 2012/03
  • Member: Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Regiion 2015/01
  • Member: American Historical Association 2017/02
  • Member: Deaf History International 2017/01
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    William Ennis

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