Centre College Faculty
Sara Egge• Assistant Professor of History
Office: Crounse Hall—432
Sara Egge joined Centre's faculty in 2012 as an assistant professor of history.
Egge's research interests include gender, ethnicity, and rurality in the American Midwest, historical constructions of political representation and citizenship, and historical intersections of agriculture, food production, hunting, and the environment.
At Centre, Egge teaches courses in late nineteenth and early twentieth century American history, gender and women's history, food history, and environmental history.
Egge has a B.A. in history and Spanish, and a B.S. in history education from North Dakota State University. She received her M.A. in history and Ph.D. in agricultural history and rural studies from Iowa State University, where she studied the woman suffrage movement in the Midwest.
File last updated: 8/29/13