The Major in Social Sciences
Students pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in social science will select one of the following emphases:
Dr. Libertini has earned four degrees from Boston College, including a Ph.D. in Medieval History from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, a M.Ed. in Secondary Teaching from the Graduate School of Education, and a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the School of Management. His areas of concentration include Ancient and Medieval Europe with a particular concentration in the Crusades. Dr. Libertini has presented papers at international conferences based on his dissertation, "Decision at Damietta: The Transformation of the Crusades 1095-1221." More recently, his research projects have focused on the legacy of crusading and the modern world. In addition to his teaching duties, Dr. Libertini serves the Dominican University community as the faculty advisor to the school’s Debating Society, which competes as a member of the Public Forum Debate League against other area colleges. He is also an officer in the United States Army Reserves and served on active duty for a homeland defense mission as part of Operation Noble Eagle II.
Reflections on a World in Crisis
This year’s Sr. Michelle Nugent Lecture, featuring two counter-terrorism professionals as the presenters, will focus on the challenges posed to modern society by the threat of international terrorism.
Real World Results
It was particularly through the history courses taught by Dr. Troncone and Dr. Christopher Libertini that he honed his critical thinking and writing skills, which proved crucial to his future studies in law school and then as a lawyer...
Christopher Berlingieri, Esq., '11