Kasey Mosley

Kasey Mosley

Kasey Mosley

US History, Gender and Race History, History of Science and Technology (HOST), History of Medicine


Education

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, STARKVILLE, MS
PH.D. ABD | US HISTORY currently pursuing
• ABD – Advisor Dr. Alan I. Marcus
• Dissertation Working Title: “Representations of Cancer’s Effects on the Body in Popular Culture Since 1945”
• Tested Subject Areas: Early and Modern U.S. History, History of Science and Technology, Women’s History


UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI, HATTIESBURG, MS
TEACH MISSISSIPPI INSTITUTE ALTERNATE ROUTE TEACHING CERTIFICATION  2018
• 4.0 GPA
• Won Outstanding Alternate Route Teach Mississippi Institute Student Award


MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, STARKVILLE, MS
MASTER OF ARTS IN HISTORY   2017
• 4.0 GPA

MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY, MERIDIAN, MS
BACHELOR OF ARTS IN HISTORY   2017
• 4.0 GPA
• Summa Cum Laude
• Ranked #1 out of 6,267
• Inducted into Mississippi State University’s Society of Scholars

Academic Career

EUDORA WELTY HOUSE & GARDEN (MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF ARCHIVES AND HISTORY), JACKSON, MS
EDUCATION AND VISITOR SPECIALIST  2019-present
• Takes the lead on, and assists with, planning and implementing
special programming and events
• Develops and executes educational programs, projects, events,
and tours suitable for grades K-12 and college students
• Plans and implements in-service workshops for teachers
• Prepares and presents off-site programs or presentations to classrooms,
youth centers, book clubs, and to other pertinent community groups
and audiences of all ages
• Works with the MDAH Director of Education to develop programs
and projects for the site
• Conducts house and garden tours as needed

INSTRUCTOR (ONLINE), MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE, CLINTON, MS    2019-2020
• Prepared for and taught a US history course for college students – US History 1877-present


HIGH SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHER, QUITMAN SCHOOL DISTRICT,
QUITMAN, MS   2018-2019
• Mississippi Teaching License. Class AA. Endorsements: 119 English (7-12)
and 192 Social Studies (7-12). Valid until 06/30/2024. License # 310129.
• Prepared for and taught classes: 9th grade World History and 12th grade Dual-Credit College US History through William Carey University


INSTRUCTOR, MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY – MERIDIAN, MS    2017
• Prepared for and taught an upper-level history course for
nontraditional college students – US History 1917-1945.
• Advised students in their post-secondary experience


GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT & INSTRUCTOR OF RECORD,
MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY    2011-2017
• As Instructor of Record: Prepared for and taught lower and
upper level history courses (Early and Modern US,
African American History, Mississippi History, Upper level US History) for
undergraduate students. During these courses, I lectured twice a week to
around 200 students, and supervised 2-6 teaching assistants per semester.
• As Graduate Teaching Assistant: Prepared for and led discussion sections
to compliment the lecture portion of larger history courses.
Reported to Instructor of Record. Graded assignments for
75-100 students per semester.
• I taught both in physical classrooms and in online settings.
• I planned, designed, developed, and recorded the Mississippi History Online Course at Mississippi State University.

Publications

Presentations:

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE ANNUAL CONFERENCE,
ANN ARBOR, MI          2020
“Cancer, Masculinity, and Popular Culture Since the 1950s”


MISSISSIPPI HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING, CLEVELAND, MS   2020
“Eudora Welty’s Sense of Home”


MISSISSIPPI HISTORICAL SOCIETY ANNUAL MEETING, JACKSON, MS   2016
“’Cotton Isn’t King Anymore’: Mississippi Press Women, the 1958 and 1977 National Conventions, and the Reimagining of Mississippi’s Identity”


SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY ANNUAL CONFERENCE,
DEARBORN, MI   2014
“’To Rethink Her Life’: Gender, Race, and Breast Cancer in American Women’s Magazines”


AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE ANNUAL CONFERENCE,
CHICAGO, IL   2014
“’My Brain Tells Me To Look Away, But My Eyes Just Keep On Staring’: Hollywood’s Representations of Chemotherapy-Related Hair Loss”


GENDER, RACE, AND REPRESENTATION IN MAGAZINES AND NEW MEDIA CONFERENCE,
CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NY   2013

“Breast Cancer and Beauty Magazines”


SOUTHERN STUDIES LIBERAL ARTS CONFERENCE,
AUBURN UNIVERSITY, MONTGOMERY, AL   2013
“Letting the People Speak: A Comparative Study of Freedom Summer Coverage”

Honors & Awards

OUTSTANDING ALTERNATE ROUTE TEACH MISSISSIPPI INSTITUTE STUDENT AWARD,
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI    2019
• Awarded by School of Education at USM

GEORGE ROBSON PRIZE, MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY    2014
• Awarded by MSU’s Gamma-Nu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta
• Best Graduate Paper in 2013

BEST GRADUATE PAPER IN 2013-2014, MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY    2014
• Awarded by Women’s Studies Department at MSU

BEST UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PAPER, MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY    2010
• Awarded by MSU’s Gamma-Nu Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta

NORTH EAST MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH AWARD  2010

Professional Associations

Mississippi Representative of the National Association of Interpretation – Since 2019
Phi Alpha Theta Historical Honor Society
American Association for the History of Medicine
Southern Association for the History of Medicine and Science
American Historical Association
Society for Historians of Technology
Mississippi Historical Society
Society of Scholars
Alpha Chi Honor Society
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

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