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Randolph Hollingsworth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of Kentucky
Currently an administrator focusing on interrelationships across traditional silos in educational settings, I am especially interested in the teaching and learning of history as a form of civic engagement. Much of my historical research and teaching is conducted within open educational environments, leading to multiple avenues for communication and collaboration. Please feel free to contact and/or contribute at any of the following publication sites:
Administrator: KY Women in Civil Rights Era http://www.kywcrh.org
Editor: H-Kentucky http://www.h-net.org/~kentucky
Editor: SAWH Teaching History http://www.sawhteaching.wikispaces.com
Editor: KY Assoc. for Teachers of History http://www.KATH-online.org
Editor: UK Second Life Island http://ukisland.wordpress.com
Editor: UK Faculty Toolkit http://ukfacultytoolkit.wordpress.com
Editor: UK Peace House http://ukypeacehouse.wordpress.com
Editor: Nation of Nations http://nationofnations.wordpress.com
Editor/Author: "History of Women in Kentucky" category http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Randolph.hollingsworth
Author: Sophia http://www.sophia.org/users/randolph-hollingsworth
Author: MERLOT http://www.merlot.org/merlot/viewMember.htm?id=531485
Author: Twitter @rhollingsworth
Author: My Day (blog) http://academics.uky.edu/UGE/IAS/MyDay
|Address:||Assistant Provost for Program Development
Division of Undergraduate Education
551 Patterson Office Tower
Lexington, Kentucky 40506-0027
|H-Net Positions:||Former H-Net Council
|List Affiliations:||Former Advisory Board Member for H-Kentucky
List Editor for H-Kentucky
Review Editor for H-Kentucky
Reviewer for H-SAWH
Reviewer for H-South
|Interests:||African American History / Studies
American History / Studies
Black History / Studies
Cultural History / Studies
Native American History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Research and Methodology
Rural History / Studies
Social History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Ph.D., 1999, American History, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Fields: Southern History, Women’s History, 19th Century U.S. History, Feminist Critical Theory
Dissertation Title: “She Used Her Power Lightly: A Political History of Margaret Wickliffe Preston of Kentucky”
M.A. in Teaching, 1981, Social Studies, COLGATE UNIVERSITY
A.B., 1979, History, VASSAR COLLEGE
• Assistant Provost, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY (2007-present)
• Adjunct Faculty in the History Department with faculty affiliation in the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, University of Kentucky, (2008-present)
• Director of Product Development, Kentucky Virtual University, Council on Postsecondary Education, Frankfort, KY (2000-2007)
• Commonwealth Humanities Postdoctoral Scholar, University of Kentucky (1999-2000)
and Project Coordinator for CATalyst Project for Course Redesign (Spring 2000)
• Part-time Instructor (graduate class in Ky. history), Eastern Kentucky University (Fall 1999)
• Associate Professor, Lexington Community College (L.C.C.), Lexington, KY (1988-1999)
including administrative release time from regular teaching load to serve as a Faculty/Staff Development Coordinator and then as L.C.C. Distance Learning Liaison
• Writer-Researcher and TIPS Faculty Consultant, Teaching Improvements Project System, Allied Health Education & Research, University of KY (July 1987-1992)
• Part-time Instructor, Lexington Community College (1987-88 & 1985-1986)
• Coordinator/Trainer, Communications Operations, University of KY (May 1986-July 1987)
• Teaching Assistant, History Department, University of KY (1984-1986)
• Teacher/Choir Director, Murewa Secondary School, Zimbabwe (Mar 1982- Dec 1983)
• Educator and Project Director for Teen Pregnancy Prevention Project, Sherburne Area Pastoral Counseling Center, Sherburne, NY (Mar-Sept 1981)
• Teacher, Clinton Junior High School, Clinton, NY (Jan-May 1980)
• Home Instructor and Substitute Teacher, Hamilton Central and Sherburne-Earlville Central Schools, NY (1979-1980)
History of Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era; UK Academic Orientation; Discovery Seminar (focusing on first year student field research in social networks); Historical Methods and Literature (focusing on Southern Conservatism); Kentucky History; European History surveys, U.S. History surveys, African-American History surveys, Sub-Saharan African History survey, Introduction to Women’s Studies (Arts & Humanities).
“Memoirs of an Avatar: A Feminist Exploration of Right-Wing Worlds Flourishing in SecondLife.com,” Women of the Right: Comparisons and Exchanges Across National Borders, co-edited by Kathleen Blee and Sandra McGee Deutsch, Penn. State University Press, 2012.
“‘Mrs. Boone, I presume?’ In Search of the Idea of Womanhood in Kentucky’s Early Years,” in The Idea of “The Athens of the West”: Kentucky and American Culture, c. 1792-1852, co-edited by James Klotter and Daniel Rowland. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2012.
Review: Cora Wilson Stewart and Kentucky’s Moonlight Schools: Fighting for Literacy in America, by Yvonne Honeycutt Baldwin (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2006). , August 2006.
Review: Henry Adams and the Southern Question, by Michael O'Brien (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2005). H-South listserv , January 2006.
Lexington, Kentucky: Queen of the Bluegrass, Arcadia Publishing, 2004.
Review: Southern Manhood: Perspectives on Masculinity in the Old South, edited by Craig Thompson Friend and Lorri Glover (Athens and London: The University of Georgia Press, 2004) in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society (Summer 2004): 237-240.
“Mag Preston: Personal Honor in Southern Politics” The Human Tradition in the Old South, James Klotter, ed., Scholarly Press, 2003.
“A Case Study of the Kentucky Virtual University” chapter for The World of Open and Distance Learning, Vol. II, V. Venugopal Reddy and Manjulika Srivastava, eds., New Delhi: Viva Books Private Limited, 2002.
Introduction, Lucy Stone: Pioneer Woman Suffragist, Alice Stone Blackwell (orig. pub. 1930), University of Virginia Press, 2001.
“Women of Kentucky: Our Legacy, Our Future” video consultant and interviewee (produced by Peridot Co., and first broadcast on Ky. Educational Television, August 6, 2000)
“Claiming the Commons: Constructing an American Identity,” American Dreams and Reality, Vol. I, Abigail Press, 2000. (now in 3rd edition, also 3 chapters in study guide)
Review: Beyond Image and Convention: Explorations in Southern Women’s History, edited by Janet L. Coryell et al. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1998). Filson Club History Quarterly 74 (Winter 2000): 57-58.
Review: The Business of Charity: The Women’s Exchange Movement, 1832-1900, by Kathleen Waters Sander (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1998). H-Women listserv , July 2000.
“A Case Study: Peace vs. War .... at what Costs in Africa? Zimbabwe’s Independence,” in Managing International Conflict Teaching Units, Univ. of Ky. (U.S. Institute of Peace), 1992.
The Effective Lecture, University of Kentucky, College of Allied Health Professions, Teaching Improvement Project System, 1989.
The Effective Demonstration, University of Kentucky, College of Allied Health Professions, Teaching Improvement Project System, 1989.
Developing Written Tests, University of Kentucky, College of Allied Health Professions, Teaching Improvement Project System, 1989.
Using Media Effectively, University of Kentucky, College of Allied Health Professions, Teaching Improvement Project System, 1989.
“Guide to Kentucky’s Audio-Visuals for History and Social Sciences Classrooms,” University of Kentucky Community College System, 1989.
Facilitator Guide for U.K.C.C.S. New Faculty Orientation, 1989.
“Women in Zimbabwe,” Vassar Quarterly, Fall 1982.
“SAS - Self Awareness and Strength,” 6-Week Program Manual and Facilitator’s Guide for Teen Pregnancy Prevention, Sherburne-Earlville Pastoral Counseling Center, 1981.