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Favretti, Maggie, Scarsdale, New York

Maggie Favretti

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Maggie Favretti has been teaching high school history for 28 years, in Middlebury, Vermont and Scarsdale, New York. She earned a B.A. in art history from Yale University and an M.A. in English from Middlebury College. Favretti published short works about the commodification of the American landscape, women's poetry during the Enlightenment, food history, and local history. She works to develop interdisciplinary teaching and world history programs. Favretti served on the Executive Council of the World History Association (WHA) and the College Board, as well as on committees of the American Historical Association and the Organization of American Historians, where she links secondary and postsecondary educators to content and practice. Currently, in addition to American Studies and World History, Favretti teaches a course of her own design in food policy and culture.

Email: mfavretti [at] scarsdaleschools [dot] org

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