Dr. Nancy Garner: Associate Professor
211: American Civilization to 1877
"The Kansas Woman's Christian Temperance Union and Americanization, 1885-1925,""The Kansas Woman's Christian Temperance Union and Americanization, 1885-1925," Spring 1999 in Kansas History.
"A Prayerful Public Protest: The Significance of Gender in the Kansas Woman's Crusade of 1874," Kansas History 20:4 (Winter 1997-1998), 214-29.
CHAPTERS IN BOOKS
"The Woman's Christian Temperance Union: A Woman's Branch of American Protestantism," in Douglas Jacobsen and William Vance Trollinger, Jr. (eds.) Beyond Two Parties: Reclaiming A Nonpartisan History of American Protestantism. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans Publishing, 1998, 271-83.
Mighty Moral Power: The Kansas WCTU's Political Strategy 1878-1930,"
in Jack S. Blocker, Jr. and Cheryl Krasnick Warsh (eds.), The Changing
Face of Drink: Substance. Imagery, and Behaviour. Ottawa: Les
SELECTED CONFERENCE PAPERS
"Crusading in Kansas: Gender and Ethnic Conflict over the Saloon during the Woman's Crusade of 1874," Western Historical Society Annual Meeting, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 15-18, 1997.
"Leading the Greatest Reform of the Age: The WCTU and Women's Citizenship, 1874-1930," Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 17-20, 1997.
"God is on Our Side: The Woman's Christian Temperance Union's Claims to Religious Authority, 1874-1934," The Woman's Bible Centennial Conference, Seneca Falls, New York, Nov. 3-4, 1995.
"The Woman's Christian Temperance Union: A Woman's Branch of Protestantism,"
"Reforming the Center: Reclaiming a Nonpartisan History of American Protestantism, 1900-1960," conference funded by the Lilly Foundation, Messiah College, Grantham, Penn., June 3, 1994.
"The Kansas WCTU and the Loyal Temperance Legion: Molding the Next Generation of Men, 1890-1940," the International Congress on the Social History of Alcohol, London, Ontario, May 13-15, 1993.
INVITED LECTURES AND INTERVIEWS
"Prohibition as a Woman's Issue," at the "Women in a World of Change: Gender Issues and Public Policy" conference at Utah Valley State College, September 25, 1998. Funded by the Utah Humanities Council and Utah Valley State College.
"Prohibition and Women's Suffrage" in the "Prohibition" series for the Jackson County Historical Society, Midwest Research Institute, Kansas City, Missouri, March 7, 1997. Funded by the Missouri Humanities Council.
"Prohibition and Temperance on the Frontier" presented during the Women's History Day at the Kansas City Museum (Missouri), March 8, 1997. Funded by the Kansas City Museum, the Jackson County Historical Society, the Heartland Girl Scout Council and the Missouri Humanities Council.
"The Importance of Women's History" keynote address for the Women's History Month Celebration at the Air Force Security Assistance Center, Federal Women's Program, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, March, 20, 1996
Interviewed by Sandra Sleight-Brennan for "America's Women: A Legacy of Change," a radio documentary written and produced by Sleight-Brennan in 1995 for the Ohio University Telecommunications Center. The documentary was funded in part by the Ohio Humanities Council, the Ohio Arts Council and the Ohio University Research Fund.
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