Dr. Kim Warren

History, Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Associate Professor
Primary office:
Wescoe Hall
Room 3616


Professor Warren's research interests include the history of gender and race in African American and Native American education, Kansas, and the United States. Her teaching interests include women's history, citizenship and American identity, race and gender relations, identity development in the African Diaspora, as well as social, civil rights, and reform movements. Warren regularly offers service-learning options in her upper-level women's history course.

Education

Ph.D., History, Stanford University

M.A., History, Stanford University

B.A., American Studies with honors, Yale University

Teaching

Professor Warren's teaching interests include women's history, citizenship and American identity, race and gender relations, identity development in the African Diaspora, as well as social, civil, and human rights movements.

Teaching Interests

  • Women's history, citizenship, United States, race, gender

Research

Professor Warren's research interests include the history of gender and race in African American and Native American education, Kansas, and the United States. She is the author of a book, The Quest of Citizenship: African American and Native American Education in Kansas, 1880–1935 (University of North Carolina Press, September 2010), and several articles.

Research Interests

  • Women's history, citizenship, United States, race, gender, masculinity, feminism

Service

Professor Warren has served as Undergraduate and Graduate Director for the History Department; and Graduate Director for the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department. Warren has served on several national committees for the Organization of American Historians, the NEH, and others.

Selected Publications

Rury, J. L & Warren, K. Cary (Eds.). (2015). Transforming the University of Kansas: A History, 1965-2015 (J. L Rury & K. Cary Warren, Eds.).

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Selected Awards & Honors

Fulbright Fellowship
Fulbright Foundation
2017 - Present


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