Faculty Member Core Division 
Pronouns He/Him/His
Education University of Vermont, Master of Arts; Colorado College, Bachelor of Arts
Areas of Expertise
  • History
  • Literature
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
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Biography

David Rous has taught history and interdisciplinary studies at Champlain since 2006, specializing in firstyear courses such as Concepts of the Self, Concepts of Community, and the Firstyear Inquiry: Reading, Writing, and Gender in Pop Culture. He attended Colorado College and the University of Vermont. His research includes popular culture, post-war American history, the Civil Rights Movement, the Cold War, and European Colonialism. His interests include reading, hiking, soccer, modern languages, and arguing.

Distinctions & Awards

Francine Page Excellence in Teaching Award 2016

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