Christopher Brockman

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  • Graduate

Christopher Brockman is a PhD student in the Department of History with a dual focus on issues of class, labor, and politics in twentieth century America as well as the use of digital historiography in academia today.  Interested in the Presidency of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Digital History, his current research focuses on the importance of the Fireside Chats within the scope of the New Deal and the use of digital scholarship within the field of American social history.  Professionally, he currently serves as a teacher within Pennridge School District in Perkasie, Pennsylvania.