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								Anita J																 Morgan

Anita J Morgan

Senior Lecturer for History
Department: History
(317) 278-9020
CA 504N

Education

Education

  • PhD, Purdue University 1997
  • MA, Purdue University 1992
  • MS, Purdue University 1984
  • BS, Purdue University 1979

Teaching

Teaching

US History I and II (HIST H105, H106), US Women’s History I (HIST A342), Early American Republic (HIST A 303 and A304), Lincoln (HIST A343), Indiana History (HIST A363), The Nature of History (HIST H217), Capstone (HIST J495)

Awards

Awards

School of Liberal Arts Outstanding Lecturer 2010-2011

Publications

Publications

“‘Woman as Force’ in Indiana History,” in The State of Indiana History (Indiana Historical Society, 2001); “Fabricating Independence: Industrial Labor in Antebellum Indiana,” Michigan Historical Review; “‘Notorious Home of Harlotry’: Regulating Prostitution in the Ohio Valley” Ohio Valley History; “Land Ownership in Colonial New York: The Case of Eve Pickard,” New York History; “‘The Responsibilities of a Community at War’: County and State Government Aid to Hoosier Soldiers’ Families during the Civil War,” Indiana Magazine of History; “Taking Indiana Women’s History into the Twenty-First Century,” (with Nancy Gabin) Indiana Magazine of History; “Indiana State Arsenal” Indiana Historical Bureau web site; articles in Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History

Service

Service

President, Indiana Association of Historians, 2017 Board Member, Indiana Magazine of History Hoosier Women at Work organizing committee

Academic Interests

Academic Interests

Early American republic, women’s history, Civil War, Indiana history

Location

Location:
CA 504N
Address:
425 University Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46202