Jeremy Montgomery

Jeremy Montgomery

Jeremy Montgomery

Graduate Assistant


Bio

I am a Ph.D. student from Woodville, Mississippi. I am interested in United States history, African American history, and the History of Science, Technology and Medicine. My research interests include the cultural understanding of autopsies in 19th-century America.

Education

Ph.D. History, Mississippi State University, 2017-Present
M.A. History, Mississippi State University, 2015- 2016
B.A History with a Minor in Biology, Xavier University of Louisiana, 2008-2012

Academic Career

Mississippi State University, Instructor-of-Record (Summer 2019)
5-week Summer Session, Mississippi History, online


Mississippi State University, Instructor-of-Record (Spring 2019)
Spring 2019, Mississippi History

Mississippi State University, Instructor-of-Record (Fall 2018)
Fall 2018, African American History to 1865 (appointment in African American Studies)

Mississippi State University, Instructor-of-Record (Summer 2018)
5-week Summer Session, Modern United States History, 1877-Present

Mississippi State University, Teaching Assistantship Positions

Teaching Assistant, World Civilization from 1500, Mississippi State University, Spring 2018
Teaching Assistant, Early U.S. History, Mississippi State University, Fall 2017
Teaching Assistant, Modern U.S. History, Mississippi State University, Spring 2017
Teaching Assistant, Modern U.S. History, Mississippi State University, Fall 2016
Teaching Assistant, Early U.S. History, Mississippi State University, Spring 2016
Teaching Assistant, Modern U.S. History, Mississippi State University, Fall 2015

Research Interests

History of the Body

History of Medicine

African American History

United States History (Early and Modern)

Racism

Race

Cultural History

Publications

 2019   “Chemical Lands: A Roundtable” presented at Agricultural History Society, Washington, D.C.

 

2018   “Pesticides Now: Science, Mississippi, and Economics, 1930-1985” presented at the Agricultural History Society, St. Petersburg, Florida.

 

2018   “Pesticides versus Environment: Mississippi’s Quest to Eradicate the Fire Ant, 1950-1985,” presented at Southern History of Science and Technology Conference, Starkville, Mississippi.

 

2018   “The Imported Fire Ant: Mississippi, Economics, and its People,” presented at Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science, Georgia.

 

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