College of Arts and Sciences

Tracey Hanshew

Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of History
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Tracey HanshewScholarly Assistant Professor, HistoryCIC 202K

EDUCATION

  • B.A. in English, Tarleton State University
  • M.S.Sc., Syracuse University
  • Ph.D., Oklahoma State University

Joined WSU Tri-Cities in 2017

ACADEMIC INTERESTS

Teaching

  • Women in the American West
  • History of Women in American Society
  • Title IX
  • Peoples of the United States
  • American History to 1877
  • American History Since 1877
  • World History since 1500
  • Roots in Contemporary Issues

PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS AND AFFILIATIONS

Awards

  • The Helmerich Center for American Research, Visiting Scholar, Fall 2018
  • OSU Foundation Distinguished Graduate Fellowship 2016-2017
  • Muriel H. Wright Award from the Oklahoma Historical Society for the article “Rodeo in Oklahoma is Women’s Business: How Lucille Mulhall’s Fame Created Opportunity in Rodeo” published in the Chronicles of Oklahoma 2014

Associations and Service Projects

  • Advisory Board for Americana The Journal of American Popular Culture, 1900 to Present
  • Rural Women’s Studies Association United States Membership and Communication Coordinator
  • Western History Association
  • Coalition for Western Women’s History
  • Washington State Historical Society

PUBLICATIONS

  • Oklahoma Rodeo Women Arcadia Publishing-The History Press, February 2020.
  • The American Yawp, (contributor) Stanford University Press, January 2019.
  • “Rodeo in Oklahoma is Women’s Business: How Lucille Mulhall’s Fame Created Opportunity in Rodeo” The Chronicles of Oklahoma, Vol. XCII, no. 3, Fall 2014.