Eddie Rangel

Rangel

Eddie Rangel

EPIC Fellow


United States Post-1945, American Diplomatic History, Mexican-American Foreign Relations.


Bio

My name is Eddie Rangel, I come from Ripley, Ms, and I am in my second year as a Ph.D. student. I am interested in American foreign policy in the 20th century and the Cold War.

Education

Ph.D. History, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, in progress.

M.A. History, Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS, May 2015.

B.A. History, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, MS, Minor in Biology, May 2012.

Academic Career

Mississippi State University, Department of History, Graduate Teaching Assistant, August 2013 to Present.

-Discussion Section Leader:

The World Before 1500: Fall 2013; Modern United States History: Spring 2014, Fall 2014; Early United States History: Spring 2015; Modern United States History, Fall 2015, Modern United States History, Spring 2016, Early United States History, Fall 2016.

Mississippi State University Libraries, Graduate archival assistant for the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library, Summer of 2014, 2015.

Special Projects: Archival Assistant for the McKinstry Civil War letters project, the Chauncey Ives Filley Collection, and assistant documentary editor for the Orville Babcock Santo Domingo Journals.

Congressional & Political Research Center Graduate assistant. Summer, 2014, 2015.

Special Projects:  Archival assistant for the U.S. Congressman G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery Collection and Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn Collection.

Graduate student docent for The Kinsey Collection of African American History at Mississippi State Summer 2015.

Research assistant for the Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant project at the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library at Mississippi State University, Summer 2016.

Research Interests

United States Post-1945, American Diplomatic History, Mexican-American Foreign Relations.

Publications

John Marszalek, David Nolen, Eddie Rangel “Vibrant Partnerships: The Benefits and Costs for Editing Projects,” Presented at The Association for Documentary Editing, New Orleans, LA, August 4, 2016.

Honors & Awards

President, Blue Mountain College History Club, 2010-2012.

Vice President, Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in Social Sciences, 2011-2012.

Officer, Beta Beta Beta, National Biological Honor Society, 2011-2012.

Research Experience

Languages:

Fluent in Spanish

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