Sheryl L Nomelli, M.A., History
Adjunct Faculty Member
My love for history developed as a re-entry college student when i signed up for a GE history class and was blown away by how interesting it was and how much I did not know about the world I lived in as an adult. From then on I was hooked and wanted to inspire the same kind of eye-opening interest in others that I enjoyed. I have been fortunate enough to do some reseasrch in various places in the United States and Europe that have broadened my experiences and perspective historically. I have taught a variety of subjects in history at California State University, Northridge, College of the Canyons, Moorpark College, and California Lutheran University.
M.A., U.S. History, California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA; GPA: 3.97, Graduated with distinction
B.A., Major: History; Minor: Women's Studies, California Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks, CA; GPA: 3.84, Summa Cum Laude
I have taught courses in:
-U.S. History to 1877
-U.S. History, 1865 to Present
-U.S. Cultural History
-American Women in History, 1600 to Present
-Western Civilization, 1500 to Present
-World History, Beginnings to 1500
-Research and writing for historyofsupremecourt.org, an educators' website in support of a PBS documentary on the Supreme Court due to air fall of 2006
-Holt 6th Grade World History, Published 2006
-Research and writing for slaverinamerica.org, an educators' website in support of the PBS documentary Slavery, which aired Feb. 2005
-Masters Thesis: "Jim Crow, Louis J. Winston, and the Survival of Black Politicos in Post-Bellum Natchez, Mississippi."