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Kathleen Smith

 
Associate Professor of History
Northwestern State University of Louisiana
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Primary Discipline: Humanities / History / Area Studies / Americas / United States / 1789-1865
Member Type: Faculty
Last Login: Jan 08, 2007
Member Since: Jan 05, 2007

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Affiliations

Northwestern State University of Louisiana (Education, 4 Year/4 Year + Grad, LA, United States) - Primary Affiliation

Contact Information

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Address: Northwestern State University of Louisiana
3329 University Parkway
Leesville , LA 71446 US

Skills and Interests

Education History

B.A. American History (05/1972)
University of Maryland
M.A. Woman's History (08/1981)
University of Maryland
Ph.D. Louisiana State University (05/1996)
United States History

Positions

Associate Professor of History (08/1983 - Current) Northwestern state University of Louisiana

Publications

Smith, K.E.R. (contributor). (2006). Reading Deadwood: A Western to Swear By. London, New York: I.B. Tauris.
Smith, K.E.R.. (2004). God Bless America: Tin PAn Alley Goes to War. Lexington, KY: The University Press of Kentucky.
Smith, K.E.R.(editor). (2000). Zwolle, Louisiana: Our Story. Dexter, MI: Thompson-Shore, Inc..
Smith, K.E.R.. (1984). Lieutenant Colonel Emily U. Miller, a biography. Natchitoches, LA: Northwestern state University Press.

Associations

Southwest and Texas Popular Culture Association
member 01/2002 - Current
Popular Culture Association
member 01/1998 - 01/2007

Honors and Awards

Clyde Bostick Endowed Professorship of Social Studies (05/2005)
Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (05/2000)
Special Humanities Award

Teaching Experience

HIST 2010 (Spring Current)
Northwestern State University of Louisiana - History of the United States to 1865
HIST 2020 (Spring Current)
Northwestern State University of Louisiana - HIstory of the U.S. Since 1865
HIST 4320 (Spring Current)
Northwestern State University of Louisiana - Revolutionary America
HIST 3990 (Spring Current)
Northwestern State University of Louisiana - Historiography