Patricia Raub


Highest degree earned:
Ph.D. in American Culture, Bowling Green State University

Current Employer:
School of Continuing Education, Providence College

“’Discover Beautiful Rhode Island’: State Promotion of Tourism from 1927-2015,” Rhode Island History (Winter/Spring 2017)
“True to Life: Life Magazine’s Coverage of African Americans, 1936-40,” Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies (2000)
“Another Pattern of Urban Living: Multifamily Housing in Providence, 1890-1930,” Rhode Island History (February 1990)

Patricia lives in Providence and has taught in the School of Continuing Education since 1987. She is one of the founders of Providence Community Library and serves on its board of directors. She is currently the coordinator of RI Transit Riders, an advocacy group for public transit passengers, and a member of the board of trustees of Providence Preservation Society.

Courses taught:
History of Rhode Island
America through the Camera’s Eye
History of Providence Architecture