Kathleen Berkeley, Associate Dean, CAS & Professor of History
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Ph.D. UCLA 1980 (History)
M.A. UCLA 1978 (History)
B.A. UCLA 1974 (History)
Teaching and Research
My research and teaching interests focus on issues of race, class, gender, and sexuality in nineteenth and twentieth century America. My undergraduate course offerings include a survey of women in modern America (HST 237), an upper level course on womanhood in America (HST 330), and a senior seminar on the history of sexuality in the United States (HST 440).At the graduate level I offer seminars that explore the relationship between history, fiction, and social commentary, gender and power, and constructions of masculinity and femininity.
The author of two books, The Women’s Liberation Movement in America, which was designated one of Choice’s Outstanding Academic Titles for 2001 and “Like a Plague of Locusts”: From an Antebellum Town to a New South City, Memphis, Tennessee, 1850-1880 and numerous articles and book chapters, the most recent of which is “Women’s Rights Activism,”in Heather Thompson, ed. Speaking Out With Many Voices: Documenting American Activismand Protest in the 1960s and 1970s, (Prentice Hall, 2008).
Membership in Professional Organizations:
- The Coordinating Council for Women in History
- The American Historical Association
- The Southern Historical Association
- The Southern Association for Women Historians.
- Professional and Community Service
- Co-President, Coordinating Council for Women in History (2008-20011)
- Board Member, North Carolina Humanities Council (2002-2009)