Faculty

Instructor

 

Dr. Donna Cooper Graves

 

Associate Professor

dgraves@utm.edu

731-881-7469

 

Specializations:

American Social and Cultural History

Women's History

Public History

 

Coordinator of the Public History Program

  • History 302: Introduction to Public History
  • History 450: Public History Internship (3-6 hrs.)

Published Book:

 

 

This book has been awarded The Adele Mellen Prize for its distinguished contribution to scholarship.

 

Published Articles:

 

Biographical enteries on Sarah Parker Remond and Laura Ratclife, in Encyclopedia of Women in the American Civil War, Lisa Tendrick Frank, editor, ABC-CLIO Press

 

"Rape History in the United States: Seventeenth Century," in Encyclopedia of Rape, by Merril Smith, editor, (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2004).

 

"'We'll Fight It Out Fair Right Now': Homicide, Felony Assault, and Gender in Kansas City, Kansas, 1890-1920, In Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains (2003).

 

"Subject as Audience: The Politics of Public Exhibits on Women" (with Carol Green) in Gender and History 1994.

 

Published Book Reviews:

 

Book Review of Constructing Townscapes: Space and Society in Antebellum Tennessee, by Lisa Tolbert, Tennessee Historical Quarterly, Vol. LIX no. 3 (Fall 2000), 238-239.

 

Book Review of Spirited Lives: How Nuns Shaped Catholic Culture and American Life, 1836-1920, by Martha Smith and Coral K. Cohurn, Amazon.com, Sept 1999 [http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0807824739/002-4724362-8047453].

 

Book Review of Peopling the Plains: Who Settled Where in Frontier Kansas, by James R. Shortridge, Kansas History: Journal of the Central Plains, 20:4 (Winter 1997-98), 261-262.

 

Book Review of Eggs in the Coffee, Sheep in the Corn: My Seventeen Years as a Farmwife, by Marjorie Myers Douglas, Michigan Historical Quarterly, 21:2 (Fall 1995), 147-148.

 

 

 

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