Susan Levine
Curriculum Vitae 




2000- Professor, Department of History, University of Illinois at Chicago
1998-99 Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard University, Fellow
1992-2000 Department of History, East Carolina University, (Tenure, Associate Professor, 1996)
1991-92 American Association of University Women, History Fellow,National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar, "The Emergence  of the Modern," UNC-Chapel Hill, Guest Lecturer
1990-91 Department of History and Curriculum in Folklore, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Visiting Assistant Professor
1989-90 Duke University-University of North Carolina Center for Research on Women, Humanist-in-Residence
1989  Ligature, Inc., Historical Consultant, Fourth Grade Social Studies Text
1989 Scholastic, Inc., American Adventures, Historical Consultant, Eighth-grade History Textbook Project
1989  North Carolina Museum of History, "The Task That is Ours: Women in North Carolina History," Historical Consultant
1988-89  Department of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Visiting Assistant Professor
1988 Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management, Urban Heritage State Park, Lynn, MA, Historical Consultant
1987 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, American Studies Curriculum, Visiting Assistant Professor
1985-87 Institute for Research in Social Science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Associate Editor, Social Science
1984-85 Department of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Visiting Assistant Professor
1983-84  Amerika-Institute der Universitat Munchen, Munich, West Germany, Lecturer
1980-82 Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, Department of History, Visiting Assistant Professor
1979 "Working Women-Roots," Oral History Workshop for Working Women, Twentieth Century Trade Union Woman Oral History Program, University of Michigan, held in Durham, North Carolina, Workshop Coordinator
1978-79 North Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina, Center for Labor Education and Research, Program Development and Research Coordinator
1976-80 "Women at Work, An Exhibition: 200 Years of Life and Labor in New York City."  A Public Education project funded by the New York Council for the Humanities, Co-Director
1977 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for Labor Leaders, City University of New York, New York, NY, Assistant Director
1977  Cornell University Industrial and Labor Relations School,  Evening Division,New York, NY, Instructor

Cook County Department of Public Aid, Chicago, Illinois, Caseworker

















1996-2000 North Carolina Humanities Council, Executive Committe and Chair, Program Committee
1984-93 Planned Parenthood of Orange and Durham Counties, Board of Director (President 1991-93)
1984-90   Human Services Advisory Commission, Carrboro, North Carolina
1989-90 Institute for Southern Studies, Board of Directors
1988  Chapel Hill-Carrboro Schools, Task Force on Potential Move of Sixth Graders to Junior High, Chair
1981-82  Chapel Hill Cooperative Pre-School, President of the Board
1980-81   Chapel of the Cross Child Care Center, Board of Directors
  Critical Perspectives, a Forum on Contemporary Politics and Culture, Founder and Convener