Mark D. Barringer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Texas Christian University, 1997
American West, Texas, Environmental, Native American, 20th Century America
Office: 303 Vera Dugas Liberal Arts North
Dr. Barringer has taught or is currently teaching the following courses:
- History of Texas
- American Frontier
- American Indians
- Contemporary America
- topics courses at graduate and undergraduate levels on the American West in 20th century and Public History
- U.S. History, 1000-1877
- U.S. History, 1877-present
Dr. Barringer's publications include:
- Selling Yellowstone: Capitalism and the Construction of Nature (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2002).
- "Lawrie Tatum and the Holy Experiment at the Fort Sill Reservation," in Michael L. Collins, ed., Tales of Texoma: Historical Vignettes of the Red River Regions (Wichita Falls, Texas: Midwestern State University Press, forthcoming).
- "American Indians in Texas," in Ben Procter and Archie P. McDonald, eds., The Texas Heritage, 4th ed. (Wheeling, IL: Harland Davidson, 2003).
- "Mission Impossible: National Park Development in the 1950s," Journal of the West, January 1999.
- "The Antiwar Movement," in Spencer Tucker, ed., Encyclopedia of the Viet Nam War (Denver: ABC Clio, 1998).