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Amy Renee Haines—Curriculum Vitae

Education:

MA History University of Colorado at Colorado Springs December 2014

BA History University of Colorado at Colorado Springs May 2012

Current Position:

Lecturer University of Colorado at Colorado Springs beginning December 2014

  • Department of History
  • Department of Visual and Performing Arts

 Classes taught:

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

  • HIST 4530 The Civil War and Reconstruction
  • HIST 4580 The American West
  • THTR 3590 Introduction to Costume
  • THTR 3590 Costume Design for Theatre and Film
  • FILM 3000 Costume Design for Theatre and Film
  • HUM 3990 Once Upon A Time

Published Papers:

Undergraduate Research Journal at UCCS, Volume 3.2, October 2010

  • “Total War and the American Civil War: An Exploration of the Applicability of the Label ‘Total War’ to the Conflict of 1861-1865”

Unpublished Masters Theses:

“The Depiction of Women in Nazi Cinema 1933-1945: Entertainment, Propaganda, and the Intersection of Gender” University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, November 2014

“‘Bruthring, dis won’t do, de roots must be all dig up’:  The Influence of Child Apprenticeship and the Southern Black Codes on Radical Reconstruction, 1865-1867” University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, December 2013

“Federal Coal Mine Regulation:  How Social Welfare Programs, Public Advocacy, and the Media Contributed to Successful Legislation for the Coal Industry” University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, May 2013

Paper Presentations:

Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum Spring 2012

  • Paper: “Corporate Paternalism…Friend or Foe?:  Capital, Labor, and the Fight For Control—The Colorado Coal Fields and Industrial Violence at the Turn of the Twentieth Century”

Online:

Blog—“History in a Few Words” at http://www.amyreneehaines.com

Awards:

  • History Department Outstanding Undergraduate Senior Thesis May 2012 University Colorado at Colorado Springs
  • Kisslinger Award $500 CU Retired Faculty Association May 2012 University of Colorado
  • Pikes Peak Arts Council Costume Design, Clothes Make the Character Award 2015

Professional Development:

  • Blackboard Training—three-day intensive UCCS online course platform program August 2015
  • Copyright for the Faculty Author UCCS October 2015
  • Diversity Summit held at UCCS March 30, 2016
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute, American Social History Project, The Graduate Center at CUNY- The Visual Culture of the Civil War and Its Aftermath July 11-22, 2016 New York, NY.

Guest Speaker:

The All Colorado Spirit Fest, July 2015

  • Prohibition 101: A Concise History

Guest Lecturer:

  • Costume Design and Practical Application for Dance UCCS (Tiffany Tinsley-Weeks)
  • The Role of the Costume Designer October 2015 UCCS (Roy Ballard)
  • The Role of the Costume Designer October 2015 UCCS (Leah Chandler-Mills)
  • The Role of the Costume Designer April 2015 UCCS (Leah Chandler-Mills)
  • The Role of the Costume Designer April 2015 UCCS (Roy Ballard)
  • The Black Codes:  Child Indenture, Slavery by another Name April 2014 UCCS (Paul Harvey, Barbara Headle, Mike Larkin)
  • Challenges of the Senior Thesis HIST 4900 May 2014 UCCS (Barbara Headle)
  • Total War and the American Civil War HIST 4530 October 2010 (Paul Harvey)

 Community Engagement:

Fountain Fairview Cemetery Tour September 2015

  • Volunteer—Interpreter Public History (historical character Maria Emma McCarty Eubank) for annual fall fundraiser

Fountain Fairview Cemetery Tour October 2014

  • Volunteer—Historical costuming of historical interpreters for annual fall fundraiser

Professional Associations:

  • American Historical Association
  • Western History Association
  • Western Association of Women Historians
  • Board Member At-Large—Friends of Fountain Fairview Cemetery Benevolent Society 2015-2016
  • Board Member At-Large—Friends of Fountain Fairview Cemetery Benevolent Society 2016-2017
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