Curriculum Vitae

Katherine Riley
Hagley Scholar
Department of History, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19711

Education
M.A. History                         University of Delaware                                       expected 2018
Hagley Program in Capitalism, Technology, and Culture, with Museum Studies Certificate, Department of History

B.A. History                          Frostburg State University                                      2015
Magna cum laude, with department honors, Art History and Studio Art minors

Teaching Experience
Teaching Assistant, World History I                                                                    Fall 2017
Teaching Assistant and Discussion Section Leader, U.S. 1865-present        Fall 2016
Substitute teacher, Allegany County Public Schools, Maryland                     Spring 2016

Department and Professional Service*
President, Hagley Working Group                                                                      2017-present
Co-Organizer of Hagley Scholar Symposium                                                  2017-present
History Department Workshop Co-Coordinator                                              2017-present
National History Day Judge, Delaware                                                                May 2017

Museum and Public History Experience*
Stewart Fellowship Intern at the Delaware Historical Society                        Summer 2017
SWAT Collections Care Volunteer                                                                       Winter 2017
Sustaining Places Website Redevelopment Team                                             Fall 2016

Presentations
English Department Colloquium        Frostburg State University                  Spring 2014
“Art and Books and Back Again: A Literacy Memoir,” English Department Colloquium, Frostburg State University

Undergraduate Research Symposium     Frostburg State University              Spring 2013
“The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: The Avant-Garde Who Rejected and Embraced Tradition”

Teaching and Research Interests
19th and 20th century United States history, Women and Gender Studies, Capitalism, Emotions, Cultural history

Professional Membership
Business History Conference, American Studies Association, American Historical Association

*For more about my department service and professional experience, see my Projects page.