Dr Kate Dossett

Associate Professor of U.S. History

+44 (0)113 34 33288

Summary: Women and Gender History; U.S. History; African American History; The Harlem Renaissance; Black Theatre; Feminist Archives

Location: School of History, Michael Sadler

Teaching

Undergraduate Modules

Level 2

HIST 2442: Black Politics from Emancipation to Obama

HIST 2441: Race, Gender & Cultural Protest Since 1865

FOAR 2000 Gender in the Theatre: Archives of City Varieties and Leeds Grand Theatre

Level 3 Special Subject:

HIST 3240: The Harlem Renaissance: Black Culture and Politics 1919-1940

Postgraduate Modules

Kate Dossett teaches on the MA in Race & Resistance.  Race and Resistance is a unique interdisciplinary programme that crosses geographical boundaries and offers students a conceptual and thematic education in approaches to race and resistance. She teaches on the core course for Race and Resistance 'Approaches to Race' and offers an option module Black Internationalism