Assistant Professor, History
- Bachelor of Arts, History and French, Tulane University
- Tulane/Newcomb Abroad Program, Université de Paris IV
- Master of Arts, History, University of Virginia
- Doctor of Philosophy, History, University of Virginia
- Introduction to the Study of History
- Elementary French I and II
- French Revolution and Napoleon
- Nationalism and Nation Building
- History of the Middle East
- 20th Century Europe
- Women in Global Perspective
Jehnie Reis, Ph.D., teaches history in the Department of Humanities and Human Sciences. Prior to Point Park, Reis taught an undergraduate history seminar for majors and accelerated academic writing at the University of Virginia. She also worked at the Boulder Historical Society in Colo. and studied abroad at the Université de Paris IV.
Selected Publications and Presentations
- "Presenting French Diversity to 'others' in the Interwar Metropole," Idea of France Conference at the University of Pittsburgh, 2011.
- "Cultural internationalism at the Cité Universitaire: international education between the First and Second World Wars," History of Education, 2010.
- "International Education and Philanthropy at the Cité Universitaire de Paris in the Interwar Era," Midwest Conference on British Studies, 2009.
- "French views of Japan in the interwar era: the Foundation Satsuma," Rocky Mountain Interdisciplinary History Conference, 2006.
- "Questions of Self Definition: the Indochina House at the Cité Universitaire," French Colonia Historical Society Annual Meeting, 2004.
Point Park Features
- "HHS Symposium Features Historian on Witch Hunting and Students' Research Work," Point Park University website, April 29, 2013.
- "Faculty Profile: Step Back in Time with Historian Jehnie Reis," Point Park University website, Oct. 21, 2011.