Dana Cooper, Ph. D.
Texas Christian University, Ph.D. and Graduate Certificate in Women's Studies
Women, Gender, Diplomatic, and Transatlantic
Office: 359 Vera Dugas Liberal Arts North
Dr. Cooper teaches the following courses:
- U.S. History, 1000-1877
- U.S. History, 1877-present
- U.S. History, 1877-present (online course)
- The Craft of History
- Women in the Western World
- Women and War
- History of Gender/Introduction to Gender Studies
- The First Ladies
- The First Families
- History of Feminism
- U.S. Diplomatic History to 1900
- Senior Seminar—A Children's Perspective of History
- Graduate Seminar in Women’s History
- Graduate Seminar in Nineteenth Century America
Dr. Cooper's publications include:
- Informal Ambassadors: American Women, Transatlantic Marriages, and Anglo-American Relations, 1865-1945, (Kent State University Press, forthcoming 2014).
- Motherhood and War: International Perspectives, edited by Dana Cooper and Claire Phelan, (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014).
- Transatlantic Relations and Modern Diplomacy: An Interdisciplinary Examination, edited by Sudeshna Roy, Dana Cooper, and Brian Murphy (Routledge, 2013).
- “The Shenandoah Doctrine: Soldiers, Sons, and the Draft,” in Motherhood and War: International Perspectives, (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014).
- “Unintended Consequences: The Migration of Irish and Filipina Women as Domestic Workers within Modern Empires,” in A History of Domestic Workers and Caregivers, edited by Marcel van der Linden (Brill, forthcoming 2014).
- “Hearts, Flowers, and a Common Fate,” in Transatlantic Relations and Modern Diplomacy: An Interdisciplinary Examination, edited by Roy, Cooper, and Murphy (Routledge, 2013).
- “From New England to Old England: The Anglo-American Life of Mary Endicott Chamberlain Carnegie, 1864-1957,” Massachusetts Historical Review, Volume 13, (2011).
- “Country by Birth, Country by Marriage: American Women's Transnational War Efforts in Great Britain, 1895-1918,” Women and Transnational Activism in Historical Perspective, edited by Kimberly Jensen and Erika Kuhlman (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Republic of Letters Publishing, 2009).
- "The Ties that Bind: Nuptials and Nationalism in Anglo-American Relations," Democracy and Culture in the Transatlantic World, edited by Daniel Silander and Charlotte Wallin (Växjö, Sweden: Växjö University Press, 2005).
- "William Harrison Bledsoe and the Founding of Texas Tech University," West Texas Historical Association Year Book, Vol. 79 (2002).