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Sethuraman Srinivasan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I will be an editor at H-Energy, the new discussion group on the history of energy.
|Address:||30555 Tomball Parkway
Tomball, Texas 77375
|List Affiliations:||List Editor for H-Energy
|Interests:||American History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Labor History / Studies
PhD, University of Houston (History), granted August 2001
Dissertation: The Quest for Control: Automation and Organized Labor in Petroleum Refining along the Texas Gulf Coast, 1913-1973.
Master of Arts, Stephen F. Austin State University (History), granted August 1995. Thesis: Farewell to the Solid South: Liberalism and Southern Democrats in Congress, 1969 - 1994.
Bachelor of Science, Texas A& M University (Engineering Technology), granted December 1991
Fall 2003 to present, Assistant Professor of History, Tomball College
2001-2003: Assistant Professor of History, Prairie View A&M University. Here I taught US history surveys, Texas history, women’s history, African American history, historiography, research methodology, and US history from 1492 to 1837.
Spring 2001: Adjunct instructor of Texas History (1865 – 2000) at the University of Houston. Adjunct instructor of American History (1865-2000) at HCC.
Fall 2000: Adjunct instructor of American History (1492 - 1865) with the Scholars Community (UH), HCC.
Summer 2000: Adjunct instructor of American History (1865-2000) at HCC.
Fall 1999: Adjunct instructor of American History (1492 - 1865) with the Scholars Community, a retention program for at-risk students at the University of Houston.
Summer 1998 – Adjunct instructor of History of the South (1877 – 1998), University of Houston at Clear Lake.
Spring 1998 - Fall 1999: Adjunct instructor of American History (1492-1865), Houston Community College Northwest College.
1995 – 1996, 1997 - 1998: Teaching Assistant, University of Houston.
1993 - 1995: Teaching Assistant, Stephen F. Austin State University.
Public History/ Research
Summer 1999 – December 2000: Researched and wrote a history of The Hamill Foundation of Houston, TX.
Fall 1998 - Spring 1999: Research Assistant to Dr. Joe Pratt on a history of the AMOCO corporation of Chicago, IL.
Summer 1997: Research Assistant to Dr. William Kellar on a history of Pipeline Technology & Products, Inc., of Houston, TX.
1996-1997: Research Assistant to Dr. Joseph Pratt on a history of the marine division of Brown & Root, a subsidiary of Halliburton Industries.
Fall 2002 to present – Interim coordinator of history program, Prairie View A&M University. Job performed while teaching full load of four classes with 3 additional classes added as overloads during fall 2002 semester.
“The Empire Strikes Back: The Long War at Shell Oil, 1962-1963.” Paper presented at the Texas State Historical Association, March 1, 2001.
Claud and Marie Hamill: A Legacy. Corporate history of The Hamill Foundation published January 2001.
“Obscenity” and “War Manpower Commission” entries in Handbook of Women’s History (2nd edition), Angela Howard editor.
Honors, Awards and Fellowships
Summer Seminar Fellow, West Point Seminar in Military History, United States Military
Academy, 2002. Fellowship involved an intensive four week seminar designed to instruct junior faculty on literature and methodology in teaching military history to undergraduates.
William R. Johnson outstanding thesis award, Stephen F. Austin State University, 1995.
National Merit Scholar and President's Fellow, Texas A&M University, 1986.