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Hartman

Andrew Hartman

Associate Professor

Office Address: Schroeder 302 C
Office Phone: (309) 438-8940
Office Hours:

T 3:30-4:30                        W 4-5 & by apt.

Email: Contact Andrew Hartman (ahartma)
Website: Visit Andrew Hartman’s Website
Teaching Schedule:
Course NumberSectionCourse NameTimeRoom NumberCourse Links
HIS287.014Independent Study   
HIS290.01History-Social Science Teaching Methodology I T R 14:00 - 15:15SCH 0114
HIS290.02History-Social Science Teaching Methodology I T R 11:00 - 12:15SCH 0246
HIS291.014Undergraduate Teaching Experience in History   
HIS400.014Independent Study   
HIS496.01Philosophy of History and Historiography W 18:00 - 21:50SCH 0107
Teaching Interests:

Andrew Hartman arrived at ISU in 2006 and is now an associate professor. For the 2013-14 academic year, he will be on leave from ISU as the Fulbright Danish Distinguished Chair in American Studies at the University of Southern Denmark. Hartman teaches and researches 20th Century U.S. History with a focus on intellectual history. He also is one of the faculty members in charge of teaching methods courses for the department's nationally renowned History-Social Sciences Education Program, duties that stem from his experience as a high school social studies teacher in the Denver area.

Hartman's first book, Education and the Cold War: The Battle for the American School, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2008.  He is currently putting the finishing touches on another book, A War for the Soul Of America:  A History of the Culture Wars, From the Sixties to the Present, which is contracted to be published by the University of Chicago Press. Hartman has written numerous book chapters, articles and review essays in journals such as The Journal of Policy History and Reviews in American History. He also occasional writes for political magazines such as Jacobin, which published his article, "Teach for America: The Hidden Curriculum of Liberal Do-Gooders."

Hartman was the founding president of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History (S-USIH), and is a regular blogger for the Society’s award-winning blog. He earned his Ph.D. from the George Washington University in 2006, where he studied with Leo P. Ribuffo.

Research Interests:
History Education
Education:
University of New Mexico, BA, 1994

The George Washington University, MA, 2003

The George Washington University, PhD, 2006
Selected Publications:

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