PhD, Modern American History, The George Washington University, 2004
MA, Nineteenth Century U.S., University of Georgia, 1996
BA, History, University of Richmond, 1994
Victoria Grieve is Associate Professor of History, teaching courses in modern U.S. history and visual culture. A native of Philadelphia, Dr. Grieve specializes in visual culture, the history of childhood, and the Cold War. Her publications include Little Cold Warriors: American Childhood in the 1950s (2018) and The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middle Culture (2009). She is currently working on a book about labor feminism and the radical press during the Cold War. She also serves as the department's Graduate Program Coordinator.