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Kerry Wynn

Associate Professor
College of Arts and Sciences
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
Degrees & Certifications
Bradley University, Bachelor of Arts
Univ of IL-Urbana Champaign, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

Assistant Professor-Washburn University, 2008-Present

Lecturer-Washburn University, 2006-2008

  • HI 111 B, US History through Civil War
  • HI 112 A, US History Since Civil War
  • HI 112 VA, US History Since Civil War
  • HI 300 D, Topics in History
  • HI 319 A, American Indian History
  • HI 395 B, History Forum
  • WG 395 B, Independent Study
Scholarly Interests/Activities

American Indian History

United States at the turn of the twentieth century

Women’s History

Gender History

Service Interests/Activities

Diversity Initiatives

Women and Gender Studies Program

Career Accomplishments

Co-editor, “Intermarriage in North American Indian History: Explorations in Power and Intimacy in North America.”  Special issue of Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies (Volume 9, Number 2-3), 2008.

“Miss Indian Territory’ and ‘Mr. Oklahoma Territory’: Marriage, Settlement, and citizenship in the Cherokee Nation and the United States,” Moving Subjects, ed. Tony Ballantyne and Antoinette Burton.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2008.