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Christy J. Snider <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Address:||Department of History
5010 Mt. Berry Station
Mt. Berry, Georgia 30149
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Peace
Reviewer for H-Peace
Reviewer for H-Women
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. M.A. & Ph.D., American History, 1994 & 2000.
Drury College, Springfield, Missouri. B.A., History, May 1992.
“Women’s History Through Family History: A Variation on a Theme,” Teaching History: A Journal of Methods 30, no. 2 (Fall 2005): 72-81.
“Patriots and Pacifists: The Rhetorical Debate about Peace, Patriotism, and Internationalism, 1914-1930,” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8, no. 2 (2005): 59-84.
“The Influence of Transnational Peace Groups on U. S. Decision Makers during the 1930s: Incorporating NGOs into the UN,” Diplomatic History 27, no. 3 (June 2003): 377-404.
“Peace and Politics: Fannie Fern Andrews, Professional Politics, and the American Peace Movement, 1900-1941,” Mid-America: An Historical Review 79, no. 1 (Winter 1997): 72-95.
Paper, “Planning for Peace: Virginia Gildersleeve at the United Nations Conference on International Organization,” Peace History Society Conference, Rock Hill, SC, November 2005.
Paper, “Creating an International Identity: Transnational Peace NGOs in the 1930s,” American Historical Association Conference, Seattle, WA, January 2005.
Paper, “The Role of Gender in Mixed and Single Sex Transnational Peace NGOs, 1920-1945,” American Historical Association Conference, Washington, DC, January 2004.
Paper, “Women’s History as Family History,” National Council for History Education Conference, Los Angeles, CA, October 2003.
Paper, “NGOs at the United Nations Conference on International Organization,” Society for Historians of
American Foreign Relations Conference, Athens, GA, June 2002.
Paper, “‘Peace is Largely a Racial Problem’: The Interwar Discourse about Race and the Peace Movement,” Peace History Society Conference, Bellingham, WA, April 2000.
Paper, “Gender and the Invention of Transnational Nongovernmental Organizations,” American Historical Association Conference, Washington, DC, January 1999.
Paper, “The Development of Transnational Nongovernmental Organizations: Gender and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1920-1945,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Conference, College Park, MD, June 1998.
Paper, “‘Far From the Original Purpose of the Organization’: The Work of the Chicago Branch of the AAUW for Peace,” Ohio Valley History Conference, Clarksville, TN, October 1997.
Paper, “Women and American Foreign Policy: Straddling the Border Between Gendered Organizations and Professional Politics,” Indiana Association of Historians, Franklin, IN, February 1997.
Paper, “‘America. . . An Aristocracy of Sex’: Gender, Democracy, and the American Peace Movement, 1900-1914,” Indiana Association of Historians, New Harmony, IN, February 1994.
U.S. Survey I & II
The Era of Al Capone
U.S. Women's History
U.S. Diplomatic History
The Gilded Age and Progressive Era
Recent U.S. History
Meaning and Method in History