Kymara Sneed


Kymara Sneed


I am a first year Ph.D. student from Byron, Georgia whose historical interests include African-American, agricultural, and southern history. My research focuses on African-American extension work in Georgia during the 20th century.


B.A., History with a minor in Political Science, Fort Valley State University, 2011 – 2015.
M.A., History with a concentration in Public History and a Certificate in Museum Studies, The University of West Georgia, 2016 – 2018.
Ph.D., History, Mississippi State University, Present.

Academic Career

Graduate Research Assistant, The University of West Georgia, 2016 – 2018.
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University, 2018 – Present.


Herd-Clark, Dawn and Kymara Sneed. "One Hundred Dozen Eggs: Margaret Toomer and the Ham and Egg Show."  In Middle Georgia and the Approach of Modernity: Essays on Race, Culture and Daily Life, 1885–1945, edited by Fred van Hartesveldt. Jefferson: McFarland, 2018

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