Dr. Sharon A. Kowalsky
Education: PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences Building, 105
Email address: Sharon.Kowalsky@tamuc.edu
Russian and Soviet History, Women's History,History of Crime and Deviance
“Peace, Land, and Bread: The Russian Revolution,” in Themes inModern European History: Social Movements and Cultural Currents,1789-1945, ed. Vandana Joshi, 70-125 (Orient BlackSwan, 2010).
“Making Sense of the Murdering Mother: Soviet Criminologists andInfanticide in Revolutionary Russia,” in Killing Infants: Studies inthe Worldwide Practice of Infanticide, eds. Brigitte Bechtold andDonna Cooper Graves, 167-194 (Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press,2006).
“Who’s Responsible for Female Crime? Gender, Deviance, and theDevelopment of Soviet Social Norms in Revolutionary Russia,” TheRussian Review 62, no. 3 (July 2003): 366-86.
Deviant Women: Female Crime and Criminology in Revolutionary Russia,1880-1930 (Northern Illinois University Press, 2009).
Recent Courses Taught-Undergraduate
US From 1865
The Cold War
Europe From 1848
Women in Modern Europe
Recent Courses Taught-Graduate
Colloquium in Modern European History
Comparative European Revolutions
World War I in Europe: The Home Front