Mark D. Barringer, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Department Chair
Associate Dean, College of Liberal and Applied Arts
Texas Christian University, 1997
American West, Texas, Environmental, Native American, 20th Century America
Office: 362 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).