Jan Doolittle Wilson

Jan Wilson

Associate Professor of History Chapman Hall  227
(918)631-2410
jan-wilson@utulsa.edu

United States Women’s History
Women’s and Gender Studies
United States Labor and Social Movements
History of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Education and Degrees Earned

  • Ph.D., United States Women’s History, State University of New York at Binghamton, 2000.
  • M.A., United States History with a specialization in American Labor and Social Movements, Indiana State University, 1995.
  • B.S., History, Indiana State University, 1993.

Previous Teaching Experience

  • Assistant Professor of History, 2007-Present
    • Director of Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Tulsa
  • Assistant Professor of History, 2005-2007
    • Central Michigan University
  • Assistant Professor of History, 2001-2005
    • Fort Hays State University
  • Visiting Assistant Professor of History, 2000-2001
    • Grinnell College
  • Lecturer, Summer 1998, Spring 1999
    • State University of New York at Binghamton
  • Lecturer, 1995-1996
    • Indiana State University

Professional Affiliations

  • American Historical Association
  • National Women’s Studies Association
  • Organization of American Historians
  • Phi Alpha Theta
  • Phi Kappa Phi

Courses Taught at TU

  • American Civil Rights Movement (HIST 3583)
  • Feminist Theory (WS 3113)
  • Gender Across Cultures (WS 3173)
  • History of Women in the United States (HIST 3283/WS 3283)
  • Introduction to Womens Studies (WS 2013)

Awards & Recognition

  • 1999-2000 University Dissertation Year Fellowship, SUNY-Binghamton.
  • 2000 Henry Belin du Pont Dissertation Fellowship, Hagley Museum and Library.
  • 2003, 2004, and 2005 Mortar Board “Top Professor” Award for Excellence in Teaching, Fort Hays State University.
  • Spring 2005 Pilot Award (Teacher of the Year) Nominee, Fort Hays State University.
  • Fall 2006 Teacher of the Year Nominee, Central Michigan University.
  • Berkshire Conference First Book Prize nominee, 2007.
  • 2007 Herbert Hoover Presidential Library Association Book Award nominee.
  • 2008 Organization of American Historians Ellis W. Hawley Book Prize nominee.
  • 2008 American Historical Association Joan Kelly Book Prize nominee.
  • Spring 2006 VIP Award for Excellence in Teaching, Black Student Union, Central Michigan University.

Publications

  • Disunity in Diversity: The General Federation of Women’s Clubs and Racial Politics
    Article under review, Journal of Women’s History.
  • Frances Wright
    Article in John Powell, ed., Great Lives from History: The Nineteenth Century, 1801-1900, 2469-2471. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2007.
  • Review of Catherine Rymph, Republican Women: Feminism and Conservatism from Suffrage through the Rise of the New Right
    (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2006). American Historical Review (June 2008): 856-57.
  • Review of Darlis A. Miller, Mary Hallock Foote: Author-Illustrator of American West
    (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002). New Mexico Historical Review 79:4 (Fall 2004): 549-50.
  • Review of Mary J. Straw Cook, ed., Immortal Summer: A Victorian Woman’s Travels in the Southwest
    (Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2002). New Mexico Historical Review 80:1 (Winter 2005): 104-05.
  • The Feminist Movement
    Article in Donald Whisenhunt, ed., Encyclopedia USA. Academic International Press, forthcoming.
  • The National Industrial Recovery Act
    Article in Cynthia Northrup, ed., The Industrial Revolutions: An Encyclopedia on the First, Second, and Third Industrial Revolutions. M.E. Sharpe, forthcoming.
  • The Sherman Anti-Trust Act
    Article in Cynthia Northrup, ed., The Industrial Revolutions: An Encyclopedia on the First, Second, and Third Industrial Revolutions. M.E. Sharpe, forthcoming.
  • The Women’s Joint Congressional Committee and the Politics of Maternalism, 1920-1930
    Book. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2007.