Marsha Robinson

Assistant Teaching Professor of History

Dr. Marsha Robinson

Johnston Hall 236

Marsha R. Robinson is Visiting Assistant Professor of World History at Miami University Regional Campuses. A native of Columbus, Ohio, she earned her doctorate in history from the Ohio State University, her master’s degree from Central Connecticut State University and her bachelor degree from the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. She researched in England, Ireland, Morocco, Senegal and Nigeria, presenting her findings in a monograph and at international conferences in Norway, Nigeria and Malaysia.  Marsha applies the teacher-scholar model as she strives to broaden her students’ global perspectives, focusing on issues of gender, trade, and religion to help students appreciate numerous perspectives.  She knows first-hand that quality teaching prepares students to contribute to the well-being of our society. 

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