Instructor

About

  • Office Hours:

    T/R 12:30-1:45, 4:45-6
  • Role:

    Adjunct
  • Position:

    • Instructor
  • Concentration:

    • Modern Britain, Ireland, Modern Europe. Women & Gender
  • Department:

    • History
  • Education:

    • Ph.D. University of Arizona
    • M.A. Teaching, Washington University in St. Louis
    • B. A. History. Colorado State University

Biography

Dr. Kreider is a Colorado native and CSU Department of History alum who went on to earn her Ph.D. in Modern European History at the University of Arizona. Specializing in British History, her research focuses on the role of women and gender in the development of both cultural and political Welsh nationalism in the 19th and 20th centuries.  This has allowed her to expand her interests into the dynamics of the British Empire and in teaching the history of Ireland.  She also earned her M.A. in Teaching at Washington University in St. Louis, which has encouraged her to expand her teaching repertoire and publishing into pedagogy, including the study and use of television and film in courses.

Courses Taught:

HIST 101: Western Civilization (Modern)

HIST 325: Ireland: Culture, Politics, History, Nation

HIST 328: Modern Europe, 1815-1914

HIST 329: Europe in Conflict, 1900-1945

HIST 333: Contemporary Europe

Publications

  • Jodie A. Kreider & Meghan K. Winchell, eds. Buffy in the Classroom: Essays on Teaching with the Vampire Slayer. McFarland, 2010.
  • United States Academic Decathlon, Super Quiz Research Guide. “European Imperialism” 2012-2013
  • Jodie A. Kreider,  “Degraded and Benighted’: Gendered Constructions of Wales in the Empire ca. 1847”North American Journal of Welsh Studies Vol II, No 1, (Winter 2002).  Published online at: http://spruce.flint.umich.edu/~ellisjs/Kreider.PDF