Curriculum Vitae - HCC Learning Web

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Curriculum Vitae - HCC Learning Web
Nicholas Patrick Cox
Professor of U.S. History
Houston Community College System
Southwest Campus
Stafford Campus – Scarcella Building
10141 Cash Road, Room E-121A
Stafford, TX 77477
e-mail: [email protected]
cell: 713.816.4745
Primary Areas of Interest
19th Century Social and Political History
Slavery and Interracial Relationships
American Family and Childhood History
Education
Ph.D. University of Houston, May 2012 (Dissertation: White, Black and Indian Families of
Richard Mentor Johnson)
M.A. University of Houston, May 2007 (Thesis: Origin and Exhaustion of the Doughfaces:
Profiles of Martin Van Buren, Michael Walsh, and James Buchanan)
Texas Secondary School Certification, University of St. Thomas, Summer 2002
B.A. University of Houston, May 2002 Cum Laude
Professional Organizations
Southern Historical Association; Member since Fall 2014
Texas State Historical Association; Member since Fall 2013
American Historical Association; Member since Fall 2007
Society for Historians of the Early American Republic; Member since Fall 2006
Publications
Books
Colonel Richard M. Johnson, Julia Chinn, and an Antebellum Mixed-Race Community,
Unpublished Manuscript, Under Revision.
Book Reviews
Merchant, Holt. South Carolina Fire-Eater: The Life of Laurence Massillon Keitt, 1824-1864.
(University of South Carolina Press, 2014). For the Journal of Southern History,
forthcoming.
Fenton, Laurence. Frederick Douglass in Ireland: The Black O’Connell. (The Collins Press,
2014). For the Irish Literary Supplement, forthcoming.
Trent, Hank. Narrative of James Williams, an American Slave: Annotated Edition. (Louisiana
State University Press, 2013). For Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana
Historical Association, Fall 2014, forthcoming.
Calloway, Colin G. Pen & Ink Witchcraft: Treaties and Treaty Making in American Indian
History. (New York City: Oxford University Press, 2013) and Daniel K. Richter, Trade,
Land, Power: The Struggle for Eastern North America. (Philadelphia: Univ. of
Pennsylvania Press, 2013). For Pennsylvania History, Fall 2014, forthcoming.
Arnn, John Wesley. Land of the Tejas: Native American Identity and Interaction in Texas, A.D.
1300-1700. (Austin: Univ. of Texas Press, 2012). For Journal of South Texas, Spring
2014.
Beckert, Sven and Julia B. Rosenbaum. American Bourgeoisie: Distinction and Identity in the
Nineteenth Century. (New York City: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010). For U.S. Intellectual
History, March 2012.
Sibley, Joel. Party Over Section: The Rough and Ready Election of 1848. (Lawrence: Univ of
Kansas, 2009). For American Nineteenth Century History, Vol. 11, No. 1, 2010.
White, Jonathan, Ed. A Philadelphia Perspective: The Civil War Diary of Sidney George Fisher.
(New York: Fordham University Press, 2007). For H-Net Civil War, Spring 2008.
Encyclopedia Entries
“Domestic Slave Trade” Enslaved Women: An Encyclopedia, eds. Daina Ramey Berry and
Deleso Alford Washington, (Greenwood Press, 2012).
“Bryant, William Cullen” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum America, ed.
Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
“The Crittenden Compromise” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum America,
ed. Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
“The Independent Subtreasury” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum
America, ed. Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
“The Ostend Manifesto” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum America, ed.
Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
“The Panic of 1837” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum America, ed.
Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
“The Wilmot Proviso” The Encyclopedia of the Early Republic and Antebellum America, ed.
Christopher Bates, (M.E. Sharpe, Inc, 2010).
Scholarly Presentations
“Choctaw Sons, 1825-1845: Col. Richard Mentor Johnson’s Indian Boarding School and the
Limits of Native American Slave Mastery,” Houston Area Seminar in History, Rice
University, Houston, Texas, October 28, 2014.
“Doughface Anti-Capitalism,” Society for Historians of the Early American Republic Annual
Meeting, Baltimore, July 21, 2012.
“Richard Mentor Johnson’s Choctaw Sons,” Society for Historians of the Early American
Republic Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, July 15, 2011.
“Richard Mentor Johnson: A Research Symposium,” The Filson Society, Filson Fellowship
Roundtable, July 2010.
“Mulatto Daughters and Choctaw Sons: The Children of Julia Chinn,” Phi Alpha Theta Research
Colloquium, University of Houston, November 18, 2009.
“Beloved as Cathartic Art,” Graduate Research Symposium on African American Women:
Fiction and Film, University of Houston, December 3, 2008.
“Neither Sally nor Celia: The Red, White, and Black Wives of Vice President Richard M.
Johnson,” Student Conference for Research and Creative Arts, University of HoustonClear Lake, April 16-18, 2008
“Mike Walsh, Subterranean Doughface: The Convergence of Irish Labor Advocacy and ProSlavery Sentiment in the Urban North,” Sixth Graduate Student Conference on History,
University of Missouri-Columbia, April 11-12, 2008.
“Transcendentalists, Doughfaces, and Young America,” Phi Alpha Theta Research Colloquium,
University of Houston, November 29, 2007.
“The Hungry Years: State and Federal Repression in the 1840s,” Phi Alpha Theta Consortium,
University of Houston, April 14, 2007.
Teaching
Professor of U.S. History, Houston Community College System, 2014Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Houston, Global Studies Program, C.T. Bauer College
of Business, 2012-2013
Adjunct Professor, University of Houston-Victoria, Humanities Department 2013Adjunct Professor, University of Houston, History Department, College of Liberal Arts and
Social Sciences 2009-2013
Adjunct Professor, University of Houston, Global Studies Program, Bauer College of Business,
2009-2013
Adjunct Professor, Houston Community College, 2008-2013
Courses Taught at Houston Community College System (2008- )
United States to 1877- HIST 1301
United States from 1877- HIST 1302
Texas History- HIST 2301
Courses Taught at the University of Houston-Victoria (2013- )
20th Century Europe- HIST 3321
Native American History, 1492 to the Present- HIST 4300
Colonial and Revolutionary North America- HIST 4300
The History of Oil- HIST 4300
Courses Taught at the University of Houston (2009-2013)
United States to 1877- HIST 1377
United States since 1877- HIST 1378
History of Globalization- INTB 3351
History of Globalization and International Business- INTB 3354H
The Global Environment of Business- INTB 3355H
History of Oil and International Business (co-taught with Joseph Pratt)- INTB 4397H
American Energy History (co-taught with Joseph Pratt)- HIST 3394
Teaching Assistant, University of Houston, (2007-2009)
Substitute lecturer for US History survey courses taught by Steven Mintz, Clayton Lust, Kristen
Contos Kruger, Natalie Garza and also substitute instructor for Steven Deyle’s upper
division US Slavery course and graduate seminar on the US 19th Century.
History of Globalization (INTB 3351, Fall 2008 to Spring 2010) Teaching Assistant to Dr. Tyler
Priest. Responsibilities: grading, online class management.
US History from 1877 (HIST 1378, Spring 2008) Teaching Assistant to Professor Clayton
Lust. Responsibilities: grading.
US History to 1877 (HIST 1377, Fall 2007) - Teaching Assistant to Dr. Stephen Mintz
Responsibilities: grading and leading review and discussion sessions.
Bronx Academy of Letters, New York City, NY, (2003-2005)
Tenth Grade Humanities- History-through-literature course with Shakespeare, Voltaire,
Dickens, Remarque, Spiegelman, Hersey, and Paton.
Tenth Grade Humanities with Honors- Honors history-through-literature extension with
additional readings: Machiavelli, Shelley, Conrad, Hemingway, Huxley, and Wiesel.
Tenth Grade Advisory- Homeroom based life skills discussion group.
Ninth Grade Humanities- History-through-literature course with Gilgamesh, Homer,
Confucius, Arthurian Legends, Shakespeare, and Achebe.
Ninth Grade Advisory- Homeroom based life skills discussion group.
Awards
The Filson Historical Society Fellowship, Summer 2010 – Dissertation support for one week of
research at the Filson Historical Society in Louisville, Kentucky.
Murray Miller Fellowship, Spring 2010 – Dissertation research support for the 2010-2011.
Murray Miller Fellowship, Spring 2009 – Dissertation research support for the 2009-2010.
Administration and Service
Houston Community College System
Associates in Arts in History planning committee, Fall 2014-
American Perspectives, A Reader editorial committee, Spring 2014Comprehensive Student Success Program Team, Spring 2014
Journal of South Texas
Article Submissions Reviewer, Fall 2013University of Houston, 2012-2013
Faculty Editorial Board, Bauer Global Studies Undergraduate Business Journal
Curator, Global Studies Film Series
University of Houston, Spring and Fall 2009
Graduate Student Mentoring Association- Co-President with responsibility over the graduate
student listserv as well as committees on new student orientation, mentoring, social
events, and graduate student-led workshops.
Bronx Academy of Letters, NYC Department of Education, New York City, 2004-2005
Tenth Grade Team Leader-Responsible for ensuring implementation of school program in all
Tenth Grade subject areas: Humanities, Science, Writing, Mathematics, Spanish,
Physical Education, and Advisory.

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