Misti Harper

Faculty

Visiting Assistant Professor in History

Misti Nicole Harper earned her Ph.D. in History from the University of Arkansas in 2017.  A women's historian who specializes in race and gender, Harper’s current book project is titled And They Entered As Ladies: When Race, Class and Black Femininity Intersected at Central High School.  When she is not teaching or writing, Harper is probably spending time with her family, watching sports, or arguing that Zeke is the most underrated character on Bob's Burgers.  

Education

Ph.D., History: University of Arkansas, 2017; MA, History: University of Central Arkansas, 2011; BA, Theatre: University of the Ozarks, 2004


Courses Taught

GWS-141 (Women in the U.S.); GWS-232 (Black History Matters); HIS-140 (US Since Civil War); HIS-141 (Women in the United States: Private Lives, Public Lives); and HIS-232 (Black History Matters)

Past
Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
HIS-140 US Since Civil War 3 2020/SP and 2019/SP
HIS-141 Women in the United States: Private Lives, Public Lives 3 2019/FA and 2018/FA
GWS-141 Women in the U.S. 3 2019/FA and 2018/FA
HIS-232 Black History Matters 2 2020/SP and 2019/SP
GWS-238 Gender/Sexuality in Am 2 2019/FA and 2019/SP
HIS-238 Gender and Sexuality in the United States 2 2019/FA and 2019/SP
GWS-232 Black History Matters 1 2020/SP
HIS-209 Native U.S. History 1 2020/JN
HIS-334 Local Civil Rights 1 2019/FA
HIS-208 Prince, Sex & Race 1 2019/JN