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Kimberly Schmidt

DEPARTMENT: WCSC - Washington Community Scholars' Center

POSITION: Department Chair and Professor

DEPARTMENT: History Dept

POSITION: Professor

PHONE: (202) 529-5378

EMAIL: kimberly.schmidt@emu.edu

Kimberly D. Schmidt is professor of history and director of the Washington Community Scholars’ Center. She received her Ph.D. in American history from Binghamton University in 1995. Publications include Magpie’s Blanket, a Women Writing the West WILLA Literary Awards Finalist, historical fiction category and Strangers at Home: Amish and Mennonite Women in History, from the Johns Hopkins University Press. Kimberly divides her research interests between Amish and Mennonite women’s social history and women’s histories of the Southern Cheyenne. She teaches local multicultural history in Washington, DC and is particularly interested in accessing the histories of social movements and poor people’s experiences through various visual and performing arts media. She has lived in the Washington area since 1989 and has two children.

Education

BA, Bethel College
MA, Binghamton University
PHD, Binghamton University

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