Directories

Amy Canfield

Dr. Amy E. Canfield

Associate Professor of History

Contact
Office
  • SPH 100
  • Social Sciences Division
Office Hours
Mon 1:30-2:45
Tue 10:30-11:45
Wed 9-10:15
Thu 1-2:45
Fri By appointment

Resources

Degrees

  • Ph.D., U.S./Public History, Washington State University, 2008

Dissertation: "The 'Annoying Question of Water': Trust-Fund Violations and Federal Mismanagement on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation, 1891-1928"

  • M.A., U.S. History, Washington State University, 2004
  • B.A., History and Women's Studies, Idaho State University, 2002

Publications

Articles (refereed journals)

  • “The ‘Civilizing Mission’ Revisited: The Impacts of Assimilation on Shoshone-Bannock Women,” Idaho Yesterdays  (Spring/Summer 2010, Vol. 51:1)
  •  “’The Wheels of Progress Must Not be Closed’: The 1902 Land Rush on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation,” Journal of the West (Fall 2007, Vol. 46:4).
  • “Stephen King’s Dolores Claiborne and Rose Madder: A Literary Backlash Against Domestic Violence,” Journal of American Culture (December 2007, Vol. 30:4).
  •  “Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Park Assessments” (Student Project Award article) National Council on Public History: Public History News (June 2007).

Articles (non-refereed publications)

  • “New at the Museum: Talkington Exhibit,” The Golden Age: The Newsletter of the Nez Perce County Historical Society (Spring/Summer 2012, Vol. 32:1)
  • “A Shrinking Reservation: The Pocatello Land Rush of 1902,” The Mountain Light: The Newsletter of the Idaho State Historical Society (Summer 2006).

Other

  • Exploring American Histories: Instructor Resource Manual, Volume 1, co-author, Bedford-St. Martin Press, 2013.
  • “Cultural Resource Assessment of Grand Canyon National Park,” Flagstaff, Arizona, National Parks Conservation Association, (August 2010).
  •  “Cultural Resource Assessment of Vicksburg National Military Park,” Vicksburg, Mississippi, National Parks Conservation Association, (November 2007).
  • “Preserving Vicksburg’s Battlefield: Assessing the Threats and Resources of Vicksburg National Military Park,” co-authored report with John Watson (Evergreen Consulting Associates) (August 2007)
  • “Cultural Landscape Report: Virginia City and Nevada City, Montana,” Virginia City, Montana, (July 2007).
  •  “Cultural Resource Assessment of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park,” Hilo, Hawai’i, National Parks Conservation Association, (June 2007).
  • “Cultural Resource Assessment of the Lewis and Clark National Historic,” Omaha, Nebraska, National Parks Conservation Association, (September 2006).

 

Teaching

Fall 2014
Hist. 111-01 U.S. History to 1865 ACW 133 Hist. 111-01 Syllabus Hist. 111-01 calendar
Hist. 446 Popular Culture ACW 132 Hist. 446 Syllabus
Hist. 111-60 U.S. History to 1865 Online Hist. 111.60 Syllabus
SS 350-01 Ethics: Women in the 20th Century SGC 121 SS 350-02 Syllabus