Dr. Jessica Brannon-Wranosky

Distinguished Professor of Digital Humanities and History 
Project Director, Handbook of Texas Women
Education: PhD, U. of North Texas, 2010
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences Building, 107
Phone: 903-886-5224
Email address: Jessica.Wranosky@tamuc.edu

Research Interests
Nineteenth and Twentieth Century United States; United States Women and Gender; Southern (including Texas); Suffrage & Enfranchisement; Digital Humanities Applications

Recent Publications 
"Mariana Thompson Folsom: Laying the Foundation for Women's Rights Activism" in Texas Women: Their Histories, Their Lives. Elizabeth Hayes Turner, Rebecca Sharpless, and Stephanie Cole, eds. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2015.

"Reformers, Populists, and Progressives: Texas Between Reconstruction and the Roaring Twenties, 1875-1920" in Discovering Texas History. Bruce A. Glasrud, Light Townsend Cummins, and Cary D. Wintz, ed. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2014.

“Investing in Urban: The Connected Growth of the Woman’s Monday Club and the Entrepreneurial Elite of Corpus Christi, Texas.” This Corner of Canaan: Essays on Texas in Honor of Randolph B. Campbell. Richard B. McCaslin, Donald E. Chipman, and Andrew J. Torget, ed. Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2013.

Brannon-Wranosky, Jessica. “Defining the United States-Mexico Border and Immigration from 1910-1920: Geographical, Cultural, Economic, and Political Communities,” Journal of South Texas 22 (Spring 2009), 67-84.

Recent Courses Taught-Undergraduate
U.S. History to 1877 (Online, In Person, & Honors)
U.S. History from 1865 (Online & In Person)
The History of Texas
Archival and Digital Historical Research
Civil War and Reconstruction
Modern United States, 1850-1920

Recent Courses Taught-Graduate
Themes in Gender & Sexuality
U.S. Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Placing History in Space
Voting Rights in US History
Historical Methods
Archival and Digital Historical Research
The History of Texas
Colloquium in the Modern United States, 1850-1920