Stephen F. Austin State University

Faculty and Associated Staff

Affiliated Public History Faculty

Dr. Perky Beisel
Dr. Perky Beisel - Associate Professor Educational Background: Middle Tennessee State University, 2005, DA Research/Areas of Interest: Public History, Material Culture, Architecture, Cemeteries, Local History, Gilded Age, Rural, and Agricultural History Phone: 936.468.2093
To learn more about Dr. Beisel, see her Aug 2015 CV.
Dr. Paul J. P. Sandul
Dr. Paul J. P. Sandul - Associate Professor Educational Background: University of California, Santa Barbara & California State University, Sacramento, 2009, Ph.D. Research/Areas of Interest: Public History, Memory, Preservation, Oral History, Local History, and Urban and Suburban History. Phone: 936.468.6643
Congratulations to Dr. Sandul for his recent book - California Dreaming: Boosterism, Memory, and Rural Suburbs in the Garden State - published by West Virginia University Press in October 2014. To read more about Dr. Sandul, see his Fall 2015 CV.
Dr. Jere Jackson - Regents Professor / Director, Center for East Texas Studies Educational Background: University of North Carolina, 1974, Ph.D. Research/Areas of Interest: Modern Europe, Germany, Local and Public History Phone: 936.468.1397
Dr. Scott Sosebee
Dr. Scott Sosebee - Associate Professor / Executive Director and Editor, East Texas Historical Association Educational Background: Texas Tech University, 2004, Ph.D. Research/Areas of Interest: History of Texas, The American South Phone: 936.468.3937
Dr. Bobby H. Johnson - Professor Emeritus, Stephen F. Austin State University Educational Background: Ph.D.

Public History Partners

Linda Reynolds - Director, East Texas Research Center Educational Background: Academy of Certified Archivists, 2008, Certified Archivist; University of North Texas, 2001, MS Research/Areas of Interest: Archival Preservation, Research, Digitization and Management Phone: 936.468.1562
Carolyn Spears - Curator, Stone Fort Museum Educational Background: International Foundation for Cultural Property Protection, 2008, Certified Institutional Property Manager; UT Center for American History at Winedale, 1988, Winedale Museum Seminar; Stephen F. Austin State University, 1980, BA Research/Areas of Interest: Museum Management, Camino Real de los Tejas, Early Texas Art and Artists, Nineteenth Century Technology Phone: 936.468.2408