Juliana GilheanyAdjunct Associate Professor
Juliana F. Gilheany, PhD, is an Adjunct Associate Professor of History at The Center for Applied Liberal Arts, NYUSPS, where she teaches United States history, particularly the history of the Supreme Court and great court cases, foreign relations, the Civil War, and the history of women, presidents, and first ladies. Dr. Gilheany has presented history papers, given public speeches and led panel discussions. She taught undergraduate students at Manhattan College in Riverdale, and currently teaches at Fordham University’s College. She has published articles in The Encyclopedia of New York City, Kenneth Jackson, ed., and The Encyclopedia of Ethnicity and Sports in the United States, Kirsch, Harris and Nolte, eds. Dr. Gilheany has received NYUSPS’s Award for Teaching Excellence.
Examine the uniquely American institution of the presidency through presidential administrations past and present.
Explore current cases before the Supreme Court, and discuss the landmark decisions and historic events that led to them.