Deanne Stephens Nuwer, Ph.D.

 

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EDUCATION

2002 Post-graduate Work, History Department, University of
Southern Mississippi

1998-1999 Post-graduate Work, Political Science, University of Southern
Mississippi (21 Hours)

1996 Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi, American History

1980 Post-graduate Work, Mississippi State University, William
-1988 Carey College, and the University of Southern Mississippi

1978 M.S., University of Southern Mississippi, American History

1976 B.S., University of Southern Mississippi

1974 Associate’s Degree, Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2000- Associate Professor of History and History Pedagogy,
University of Southern Mississippi

2004-2006 Tulane University College; Mississippi Women; Disease as a
Distinctive Factor in the South (Summer sessions)

2004, 2009 The Abbey Program, Pontlevoy, France: French Cultural
Studies and European Women in the Nineteenth and Twentieth
Centuries Holocaust Studies

University of Southern Mississippi: Women in America and
Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies/English-
Adjunct Professor

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College; Full Time Instructor

University of Southern Mississippi; Adjunct Instructor

William Carey College; Adjunct Instructor

Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College; Adjunct Instructor

University of Southern Mississippi; Adjunct Instructor

1982-1984 Ocean Springs Junior High School, Ocean Springs, Mississippi

1980-1982 Kosciusko Junior High School, Kosciusko, Mississippi

1976-1980 Ocean Springs Junior High School, Ocean Springs, Mississippi


PUBLICATIONS

Books:
Plague Among the Magnolias: The 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic in Mississippi, University of Alabama Press, June 2009

Dictionary of United States History: Mississippi, editor, U.S. History Publishers, 2007

Articles/Chapters
“Women in the Biloxi Seafood Industry,” in Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, and Power in Maritime America, ed. Glenn S. Gordinier, 2009

“The History of Gambling Along the Mississippi Gulf Coast,” in Resorting to Casinos: How the Mississippi Casino Resort Industry Was Made, co-author with Dr. Greg O’Brien, University Press of Mississippi, 2006

“The Mississippi Gulf Coast: Casting a Wide Cultural Net,” in Perspectives on Race, Ethnicity, and Power in Maritime America, editor Glenn S. Gordinier, 2006

“‘The Biloxi Fishermen Are Killing the Goose that Laid the Golden Egg’: The Seafood Strike of 1932,” in Journal of Mississippi History, January 2005

“Mississippi’s Statehood,” Chapter in The Uniting States: The Story of Statehood for the Fifty United States, Greenwood Press, 2004

“Southern Women Legislators and Patriarchy in the South,” in Southeastern Political Review, Fall 2000

“The 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic along the Mississippi Gulf Coast,” in Gulf Coast Historical Review, Spring 1999

Encyclopedia Articles
“Abigail Adams,” Dorothea Dix,” and “Cyrus McCormick” articles for Exploring American History: From Colonial Times to 1877 by Marshall Cavendish Corporation, forthcoming 2008

“Yellow Fever Epidemics in Mississippi,” “Gulf Coast Architecture,” and “Gambling in Mississippi,” in Mississippi Encyclopedia, Center for Southern Studies, University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, forthcoming in 2008

“Lucy Brewer” article for Women at War: An Encyclopedia, editor Dr. Bernard Cook, Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO, 2006

Public Publications:
The Architectural History of Biloxi, co-editor with Michael Sicuro, City of Biloxi, 2001

Book Reviews:
Review of Sally Pfister and Melody Golding, Katrina: Mississippi Women Remember for Journal of Mississippi History, 2007

Review of Jim Fraiser and Rick Guy, Vanished Mississippi Gulf Coast for Louisiana History Journal, 2007

Internet Publications:
“The History of Gambling in Mississippi,” Mississippi History NOW! Mississippi State Department of Archives and History, 2005

“The Importance of Wearing Shoes: Hookworms in Mississippi,” in Mississippi History NOW! Mississippi State Department of Archives and History, 2002