MTW: 2:00pm- 4:00pm
and by appointment
Hist 113-000B / American History before 1865
Hist 302-000A / The Civil War and Reconstruction
Hist/Anth 308-000A & 049A / Native American Cultures
Hist 425-000A / Seminar in American History
Dr. Kathi Nehls earned her Ph.D. at the University of Georgia in 2015. She specializes in modern U.S. social and cultural history, with teaching and research emphases in the American West, American Indian, environmental, and women’s and gender history. Her current book project, Red-tape Fraternities: Associationalism, Gender, and the State, examines how western state health officials, working at the intersection of gender, science, technology, and medicine shaped the nation’s health policies and built the capacities of the modern American state.