Tate Fonda ’25

Eli Watson ' 24 hold papers while standing on second floor of Oneida Community Mansion House. The picture shows details of the house and a view to the main level below.

It Was Once a Utopia. Now It’s the Site of MUSE 310A.

At its height in the mid-19th century, the Oneida Community Mansion House (OCMH) was home to nearly 300 settlers who reimagined life in the industrial era. Today, it stands as a museum and a site of study for 16 students in professors Monica Mercado and Elizabeth Marlowe’s MUSE 310A: Utopia, Sex and Silver at the Community Mansion House.