Graduate Digital Creative Projects
Supervisor. Samantha Greulach, 3-credit CRPR 698: Creative Project, “The Sound of Sin: Gender, Disorder, and the Seven Deadly Sins in Seventeenth-Century English Broadside Ballads” (Chair), May 2017.
Supervisor. Lisa Hensell, 3-credit CRPR 698: Creative Project, “Holy Conjuring: Religion and the Creation of the American Witch, 1647-1706” (Chair), July 2016.
Co-Supervisor. Emily Rapoza, 3-credit CRPR 698: Creative Project, “Florentine Widows and Property: A Spatial Analysis” (Co-Chair with J. DeSilva), May 2016.
Supervisor. Sadie Ritchie, “Prisoners of Memory: Camp Morton, Indiana, 1862-1865,” CRPR 698: Creative Project, BSU, May 2015.
Supervisor. Ryan Frick, “The Only Alternative, 1968-71: An Underground Newspaper and Its Community,” CRPR 698: Creative Project, BSU, June 2014.
Supervisor. Janna Soeder, “Indian Pictures: Film Portrayals of Native Americans in the Silent Era,” CRPR 698: Creative Project, BSU, June 2013.
Undergraduate Digital Creative Projects
Supervisor, Jessica Fearnow, “Three Shots Were Fired: The Kennedy Assassination within Indiana and the Relationship Between Media and Collective Memory,” HIST 440: Senior Research Project, BSU, May 2014.
Reader. Richard Bowman, M.A. thesis, “Striking Balance and Compromise: The Politics of Wilderness Preservation in Alaska,” (A. Alves, Chair), BSU, July 2016.
Reader. Margaux Dever, M.A. thesis, “Interpreting Historic Districts: Using Digital Media Within a Comprehensive Model to Improve Public Appreciation and Support for Historic Districts,” Reader (M. Heidemann, Chair), BSU, May 2016. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Nathan P. Wuertenberg, M.A. thesis, “Savage Brothers: US Indian Policies, Identity, and Memory in the American Revolution” BSU, May 2014. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Brent M. Rogers, “Managing Popular Sovereignty: Federalism and Empire in Utah Territory, 1847-1862,” UNL, August 2013. Digital Component to Ph.D. thesis. [Winner of the 2014 Mormon History Association “Best Dissertation Award”]
Reader. Kaci Nash, “’On our way for the Sunny South, land of Chivalry’: Northern Imperial Attitudes in the Civil War South,” UNL, August 2012. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Trevor Magel, The Political Effect of the Ku Klux Klan in North Dakota,” UNL, December 2011. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Megan Huelman, “Fibers of Function: Women’s Clothing on the Trails West,” UNL, August 2011. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Brian Sarnacki, “A Small City’s Big Scandal: Municipal Corruption, Progressive Reform, and the Grand Rapids, Michigan Water Scandal, 1900-1906,” UNL, August 2011. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Michelle Tiedje, “The People’s Hour and Social Gospel: George Howard Gibson’s Search for an Organization of the Kingdom of God,” UNL, August 2010. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Jason Heppler, “Framing Red Power: The American Indian Movement, the Trail of Broken Treaties, and the Politics of Media,” UNL, August 2009. Digital Component to M.A. thesis.
Reader. Tonia Compton, “Proper Women/Propertied Women: Federal Land Laws and Gender Order(s) in the Nineteenth-Century Imperial American West,” UNL, May 2009. Ph.D. thesis.
Reader. Ivan St. John, “The My Lai and My Khe Massacres: Distortion and Representation in American Memory,” UNL, May 2007. M.A. thesis.
Reader. Jason Denzin, “Writing the Nation: Ignacio Manuel Altamirano’s Romantic Vision and Porfirian Development,” UNL, December 2006. M.A. thesis.
Reader. Leslie Working, “Female Activism in Nebraska and the 1881-1882 Impartial Suffrage Amendment Campaign,” UNL, August 2006. M.A. thesis.
Reader. Valerie Daniels, “Selling the North American Indian: The Work of Edward Curtis,” UVa, June 2002. Digital M.A. thesis.
Graduate Directed Readings & Independent Studies
Readings in Native Americans and Silent Films, BSU, summer 2013
Readings in Native Americans and Photography, UNL, summer 2011
Readings in Public Memory and Commemoration, UNL, fall 2010
Readings in 19th-Century Mormon History, UNL, summer 2008
Readings in the American West, UNL, fall 2007
Readings in Postwar Environmental History, UNL, spring 2006
Readings in Public Memory and Commemoration, UNL, fall 2005
Readings in the 20th-Century American West, UNL, spring 2005
Readings in 20th-Century American Agriculture, UVa, spring 2004
Readings in GIS in History and Archaeology, UVa, spring 2004
Ball State University (2012-present)
HIST 202: American History, 1877 to the Present
HIST 204: American Environmental History
HIST 318/518: History of the American West
HIST 446/546: History in the Digital Age
HIST 661: Seminar in Digital History
University of Nebraska, Lincoln (2004-2012)
HIST 189H: Memory, Memorials and History
HIST 202: America after 1877
HIST 288: Intro to Historical Methods
HIST 346/894: North American Environmental History
HIST 352/852: American West Since 1900
HIST 354/854: The Era of F. D. Roosevelt
HIST 359/894: The Mythic West
HIST 397: History and Digital Media
HIST 470/870: Digital History
HIST 488: The Historian’s Craft
HIST 970: Digital History Seminar
University of Virginia (2001-04)
ANTH/HIUS 229: American Wests
HIUS 271: American Environmental History
HIUS 327: Twentieth-Century American West
HIUS 336: The Mythic West
MDST 354: Media and the Mythic West
MDST 382: History and Digital Media
Arizona State University (1998-2001)
HIS 104: U.S. History from 1865 (online)
HIS 300: American Environmental History
HIS 303: Early American Cultural History
HIS 304: Modern American Cultural History
HIS 358: Twentieth-Century American West