Gael Graham

Gael Graham


Department of History


Phone: 828-227-3865
Office Address: McKee Building 226


Dr. Graham received her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. Her research interests center on how politics and culture play out in educational settings. She is the author of Gender, Culture, and Christianity: American Protestant Mission Schools in China, 1880-1930(1995) and Young Activists: American High Schools in an Age of Turmoil (2006). She has also published articles in the Journal of American History, Signs, and the Journal of Women's History.

Courses Taught:

History 141: “Turning Points in American History”

History 190: “Freshman Seminar: The Vietnam War”

History 373: “Modern Asia”

History 436/536: “The United States Since 1929”

History 450: “War and Memory”

History 451/551: “American Women's History”

History 459: “Sizzling Sixties”

History 632: “American Historiography Since 1900 and Thesis/Internship Design”

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