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Kim Morse

Professor
History
College of Arts & Sciences
Contact
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS 66621-1117
785.670.2059
Degrees & Certifications
The University of Kansas, Bachelor of Arts
Indiana Univ Bloomington, Master of Arts
University of Texas at Austin, Doctor of Philosophy
Academic History

associate professor, Washburn University, 2003-Present

adjunct professor, Texas Lutheran University, 1997-2000

instructional designer, The University of Texas at Austin, 2000-2003.

instructor: University of Texas at Austin, 1995-1998 

tutor, St. Edward’s University, 1995-1996

Teaching
  • HI 100 A, Survey-Early Wld Hist.
  • HI 102 A, Modern World History
  • HI 102 B, Modern World History
  • HI 361 A, Colonial Latin America
  • HI 364 A, History/Literature Latin Amer.
  • HI 395 A, History Forum
  • WU 101 P, The Washburn Experience
  • WU 101 PC, The Washburn Experience
Scholarly Interests/Activities

Latin American history

Venezuelan history

18th and 19th century Latin American Indigenous and Religious history

post-WWII Latino resistance to segregation in Kansas

Service Interests/Activities

Campus:

Washburn Committees – CFC and CFC Resources, 2004-2007, Aperion, 2004-2009, Apeiron Committee Chair, 2006-2009, Spanish Department Search Committee, 2005,2006, 2007, 2008, History Department Search Committees, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, Web Technician Search Committee Spring 2007, First Year Experience Task Force, 2005-2006, Quality Matters Online Education Peer Review Team, 2005-2007, Washburn Leadership Transformational Experience Committee, Spring 2007-2008, Washburn Transformational Experience Scholarly and Creative Committee, 2008-2011, VPAA Diversity Group, 2008-present, Diversity Matters Seminar Organizing Committee, 2008-present, Director, Diversity Initiatives, 2009-2011, Faculty Senate, 2010-, General Education Committee 2010-present, Assessment Committee Liaison, 2010-present.

History Day District Three Judge Coordinator, 2004-present

Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society

Phi Kappa Phi, Washburn University

 

Discipline:

Latin American Studies Association

The Section on Venezuelan Studies of the Latin American Studies Association

Rocky Mountain Conference on Latin American Studies

Community:

MANA de Topeka - 2011 and 2012 co-chaired the Hermanitas Conference

Shawnee County Historical Association