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Victoria Grieve

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Department of History

Associate Professor - Modern U.S., American West, Cultural History, Visual Culture

Associate Professor

Contact Information

Office Location: Old Main 321G
DialPhone: (435) 797-0145
SendEmail: victoria.grieve@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Modern American History, (Women's History), The George Washington University, 2004
Art as New Deal Experience: Progressive Aesthetics and the New Deal Federal Art Project
MA, Nineteenth Century U.S., University of Georgia, 1996
BA, History, (Women's Studies; English), University of Richmond, 1994

Biography

Victoria Grieve completed her Ph.D. at The George Washington University in 2004. Her first book, The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middlebrow Culture, was published in 2009. When she's not working, she is trail running, cooking, hiking or hanging out with her two children.


Teaching Interests

Modern U.S., American West, Cultural History, Visual Culture

Research Interests

Depression-era America; Visual Arts; Radical/Leftist politics; Immigration; History of Education

Awards

Friends of the Princeton University Library Travel Grant, 2015

Princeton University

Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising and Marking History Travel Grant, 2015

Duke University

Center for Women and Gender Travel Grant, 2015

Travel Grant, 2015

Eisenhower Presidential Library

CHaSS Faculty Travel Award, 2014

CHaSS

Acceptance to NEH Summer Seminar, 2014

National Endowment for the Humanities/George Mason University

Finalist - Best Western Short Nonfiction, 2014

Western Writers of America

Center for Women and Gender Research Grant, 2014

Center for Women and Gender

CHaSS Faculty Travel Award, 2014

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Mountain West Center Small Grant, 2013

Mountain West Center for Regional Studies

CHaSS Faculty Travel Award, 2013

CHaSS

Center for Women and Gender Travel Grant, 2013

Center for Women and Gender, USU

Research Travel Grant, 2012

Sophia Smith Library, Smith College

Teaching Development Fellowship, 2011

National Endowment for the Humanities

Travel Grant, 2011

Women and Gender Research Institute

Short-Term Research Fellowship, 2008

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Humanities, 2008

Utah State University

Research Fellowship, 2008

Wolfsonian International Design Museum

UHC Quick Grant, 2008

Utah Humanities Council

Travel Grant, 2007

Women and Gender Research Institute

Publication Grant, 2006

Society for the Preservation of Modernism

Travel Grant, 2006

Women and Gender Research Institute

UHC Grant, 2006

Utah Humanities Council

Research Fellowship, 2005

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute

Rivkin Research Fellowship, 2005

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute

New Faculty Research Grant, 2005

Utah State University

Director’s Award (Best Publication of the Year) , 2002

National Park Service

Publications - Abstracts

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

      Books

    • Grieve, V.M, (2009). The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middlebrow Culture. University of Illinois Press

    * Has not been peer reviewed

    Publications - Fact Sheets

      * Has not been peer reviewed

      Publications - Curriculum

        * Has not been peer reviewed

        Publications - Journal Articles

        * Has not been peer reviewed

        Publications - Literary Journal

          * Has not been peer reviewed

          Publications - MultiMedia

            * Has not been peer reviewed

            Publications - Technical Reports

              * Has not been peer reviewed

              Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                Publications - Other

                  Other

                • Grieve, V.M, (2007). Class in America: An Encyclopedia. Greenwood Publishing
                • Grieve, V.M, (2007). Home Front Encyclopedia: The United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II. ABC-CLIO, Inc

                * Has not been peer reviewed

                Scheduled Teaching

                HIST 3770 - Contemporary America, 1945-Present, Spring 2017

                HIST 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Spring 2017

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2017

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2017

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Spring 2017

                HIST 6600 - American Studies Theory and Method, Fall 2016

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2016

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Fall 2016

                HIST 6560 - Professional Internship, Fall 2016

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Fall 2016

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Summer 2016

                HIST 3770 - Contemporary America, 1945-Present, Spring 2016

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2016

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2016

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Spring 2016

                HIST 6560 - Professional Internship, Spring 2016

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Spring 2016

                HIST 3770 - U.S. Since 1945, Spring 2016

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2015

                HIST 6000 - Historical Methods and Research, Fall 2015

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Fall 2015

                HIST 2710 - United States 1877-Present, Fall 2015

                HIST 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Spring 2015

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2015

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Spring 2015

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Spring 2015

                HIST 3770 - Contemporary America, 1945-Present, Fall 2014

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2014

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2014

                HIST 6560 - Professional Internship, Fall 2014

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Fall 2014

                HIST 2710 - United States 1877-Present, Fall 2014

                HIST 3770 - Contemporary America, 1945-Present, Spring 2014

                HIST 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Spring 2014

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2014

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Spring 2014

                HIST 6560 - Professional Internship, Spring 2014

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Spring 2014

                USU 1320 - Civilization: Humanities, Fall 2013

                HIST 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Fall 2013

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2013

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Fall 2013

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Fall 2013

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Spring 2013

                HIST 6540 - Museum Internship, Spring 2013

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Spring 2013

                ENGL,HIST 6600 - American Studies Theory and Method, Fall 2012

                AMST/HIST 6600 - American Studies: Theory and Methods, Fall 2012

                HIST 3770 - Contemporary America, 1945-Present, Fall 2012

                HIST 6990 - Continuing Graduate Advisement, Fall 2012

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2012

                HIST 6900 - Directed Studies, Fall 2012

                HIST 6580 - Teaching Internship, Fall 2012

                USU 1320 - CIV: HUMANITIES (BHU), Spring 2011

                ENGL 4640 - STUDIES IN AMER WEST (CI), Spring 2011

                HIST 4640 - STUDIES IN AMER WEST (CI), Spring 2011


                Graduate Students Mentored

                Emily Crumpton , History, April 2016
                Patrick Bodily, History, January 2011
                Megan Sanderson, History, April 2014 - May 2016
                John Brumbaugh, History, August 2010 - December 2015
                Jacob Sheetz-Willard, History, November 2013 - May 2014