Dr. Rebecca Hartman

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Associate Professor of History

 

Ph.D.,  Rutgers University (2004)

B.A., American University (1992)

 

 

 

Professor Hartman joined the EOU history department in 2004.  Her research and teaching interests include twentieth century US cultural history, women’s and gender history and rural history.  Dr. Hartman serves as the faculty advisor to EOU’s History Club.

Dr. Hartman’s current research focuses on the politics of place, mobility and landscapes in post-WWII rural United States.  She is presently working on a book project tracing the history of mobile home parks in the U.S.

 

Teaching Schedule:

 

Fall 2016:

HIST 202: U.S. History Since 1865 (on campus)

HIST 330: U.S. Women’s History (on campus)

 

Winter 2017:

HIST 201: U.S. History To 1865 (on campus)

HIST 303: Historical Research (online)

HIST 383: Native American History (online)

 

Spring 2017:

HIST 403: History Capstone (online)

HIST 458: Civil War and Reconstruction (on campus)