Ann Tschetter

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Assistant Professor of Practice History atschetter2@unl.edu (402) 472-3284 614 Oldfather Hall
JOINED THE DEPARTMENT

2003

I have always loved English and History and love to incorporate some English when teaching History. I've taught English and History at the college level for more than 14 years. My area of specialty is 19th century American History, but I teach course on American Urban History, FDR, the Progressives, and the Gilded Age.

TEACHING

120: World History to 1500
110: American History to 1877
111: American History after 1877
250: Introduction to Historical Methods
100: Western Civilization to 1715
101: Western Civilization since 1715
100H: Western Civilization (Honors)
343/843: American Urban and Social History
344/844: American Urban and Social History
442/842: Antebellum America
446/846: America in the Gilded Age
353/853: From Progressivism to the Great Crash
354/854: Era of F.D.R.
450: Capstone Seminar

CURRICULUM VITAE
EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2003
M.A., University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1996 (English)
M.A., University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1994 (History)

EXPERTISE

19th Century American, Urban Disasters, Willa Cather