Ph.D., Indiana University (2003)
M.A., CSU Chico (1997)
B.S., CSU Chico (1995)
Professor Howard joined the department at Eastern in 2010. She teaches a range of European and World history courses, as well as historical methods course. Her offerings include the popular “Frankenstein” course, on Romantic era Europe, and “Blood, Phlegm and Bile,” a history of medicine.
Professor Howard’s research interests include early modern science and medicine, as well as history of printing and books. She is currently working on a project related to the use of anagrams in the sciences as a way to protect priority.
Teaching Schedule for Fall 2012
HIST 112: World Civilizations II from 1500-the present (on campus)
HIST 415 Blood, Phlegm and Bile: a social history of medicine (on campus, UWR)
Teaching Schedule for Winter 2013
HIST 111 World Civilizations to 1500 (on campus)
HIST 203 Historical Methods (on campus)
HIST 303 Historical Research (online)
Teaching Schedule for Spring 2013
HIST 112 World Civilizations from 1500 to the present (on campus)
HIST 427 The Renaissance and Reformation (on campus)
HIST 403 History Capstone (on campus)