Dr. Patrizia Famὰ Stahle
Professor of History
Office: Camden 211
Education: Ph.D., European History, University of Southern Mississippi
Courses regularly taught: U.S. History Survey I and II; World Civilizations I and II; Diplomatic History of the United States; History of Women in the United States.
About: A native of Italy, Dr. Patrizia Famὰ Stahle has lived most her adult life in the United States and became a U.S. citizen in 1995. She holds a Laurea degree in Humanities from the University of Catania, Italy; and a Master and Ph.D. in History from the University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Dr. Stahle has taught history full time (both Brunswick and Camden) since Fall 2000. She also taught several summers for a USG Study Abroad program in Montepulciano, Italy (taught Modern Europe (emphasis on the European Union), World Civilizations and the Italian Language. Before moving to Georgia with her family, she taught for University of Maryland overseas to American military personnel stationed in Italy both for University of Maryland European Division (UMUC Europe) and University of Laverne at NAS Sigonella, Catania, and NAS Naples, Italy. She taught a variety of courses: U.S.History Survey, World Civilizations, Modern Italy, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire, Italian Life and Culture and the Italian language (Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced). Dr. Stahle is Board member of the Georgia Association of Historians (GAH), president of the Guale Historical Society (Camden County, GA), Board member of the Bryan-Lang Historical Archives (Woodbine, GA) and active member of the American Association for Italian Studies (AAIS) and the Italian American Studies Association (IASA). At Coastal Georgia Dr. Stahle is President of the Phi Beta Delta, Theta Iota Chapter International Scholars Honor Society. Her fields of interest are Modern Europe, Modern Italy, Diplomatic History of the United States, Immigration History and Women’s History.
Publications: Kingsland, Arcadia Publishing (2013), and The Italian Emigration of Modern Times. Relations Between Italy and the United States concerning Emigration Policy, Diplomacy and Anti-Immigrant Sentiment, 1870-1927 Cambridge Scholars (2016).