James E. Sherow
Professor of History

James E. Sherow ,  Professor of History at

Kansas State University, teaches:

 

ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY

 

TOPICS: HIST 984

AMERICAN PROGRESSIVISM

Theodore Roosevelt

 

HISTORY

of the

 AMERICAN WEST

TOPICS: HIST 984
SEMINAR: HIST 928

 

ETHNOHISTORY

TOPICS: HIST 984

Rockefeller Center
AMERICAN SURVEY,
POST CIVIL WAR

 

HIST 909, 20th Century

 

KANSAS HISTORY

 

Summer 2008

 

 

ADVANCED SEMINAR
HIST 586

 


He received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado in 1987, and that fall his dissertation, "Discord in the Valley of Content," won the Westerners International-Phi Alpha Theta Award for the best dissertation in Western history. He taught as an assistant professor at Southwest Texas State University before arriving at KSU in the fall of 1992.

He is the author of three books, four book chapters, and fifteen refereed articles.
 

His 1991 summer-teacher institute in environmental history for public school teachers was the first such program underwritten by the National Endowment for the Humanities, and NEH awarded funding for a second summer-teacher institute for the summer 1995.



 

Curriculum Vitae


Professor Sherow can be contacted via e-mail at jsherow@ksu.edu .

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