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Cirriculum Vitae for Kelly E. Rusinack

EDUCATION University of Miami (8-2001 to 5-2009 - did not matriculate) Coral Gables, Florida Doctorate of Philosophy, History 33 Credit Hours earned * 3.789 G.P.A. Primary concentration: United States History Secondary concentration: Modern Latin American History Passed comprehensive examinations October 2004

Courses include: Readings on Colonial America and Early U.S. History Visual History Planning the American Metropolis: A History of Urbanism in America American Cultural History and Theory Seminar in the History of Women in 20th-Century United States Nineteenth-Century U.S. Intellectual History Comparative Social History Historiography The Sociology of Race, Ethnicity, and Class in America

Clemson University (Attended 8-1992 to 6-1996) Clemson, South Carolina Master of Arts, History, 1995 * 3.75 G.P.A. Concentration: 20th Century U.S. Social and Cultural History; Baseball History Master's Thesis: "Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker on Desegregating Major League Baseball, 1933-1947"

Chatham College (now Chatham University) (Attended 8-1983 to 5-1987) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts, History, 1987 * 3.02 G.P.A. Concentration: 18th-Century European Social History; U.S. Labor History Undergraduate Thesis: "A Comparison and Contrast of the Personal Experiences of the U.S. Soldiers Who Fought in the Pacific Theater of World War II and the U.S. Soldiers Who Fought in the Vietnam War"

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Adjunct Professor, History Broward (County) Community College, Pembroke Pines, Florida January to May 2004

Courses taught: Western Civilization I (prehistory to the Age of Exploration) - 19 enrolled students United States History II (1865 to the present) - 23 enrolled students Developed, administered, and graded exams, quizzes, and paper assignments for each course. Researched, prepared, and presented three 50-minute lectures per week per course.

Graduate Teaching Assistant University of Miami History Department, Coral Gables, Florida August 2001 to May 2004

Directed discussion sections, graded tests, quizzes, and essay papers, and provided individualized assistance for undergraduate students in U.S. History I & II and Western Civilization I & II courses each semester. Assisted undergraduate students with writing assignments, including editing academic papers for proper grammar, punctuation, style, and content. Tutored student/athletes at the Hecht Athletic Center.

Fall 2001: U.S. History to 1877. Directed two Discussion Sections of 25 students each; graded exams and short essay papers. Spring 2002: U.S. History Since 1877. Directed two Discussion Sections of 25 students each; graded exams and short essay papers. Fall 2002: Development of Western Civilization I, to the Age of Exploration. Directed two Discussion Sections of 25 students each; graded exams, weekly homework assignments, and short essay papers. Spring 2003: Development of Western Civilization II, from the Age of Reason to the present. Directed two Discussion Sections of 25 students each; graded exams, weekly homework assignments, and short essay papers. Fall 2003: Development of Western Civilization II, from the Age of Reason to the present. Graded exams and short essay papers. Spring 2004: Development of Western Civilization II, from the Age of Reason to the present. Graded exams.

Graduate Teaching Assistant Clemson University History Department, Hardin Hall, Clemson, South Carolina 29634 August 1992 to May 1994

Graded tests, quizzes, and essay papers for Western Civilization I & II students each semester; tutored undergraduate History students. Tutored undergraduate student/athletes at the Student Athlete Enrichment Program, 1993-1994.

During 1993-1994 academic year, was appointed student supervisor of History graduate students. Responsibilities included assigning research assistance for History faculty; assigning extra assignments from History faculty/staff to History graduate students as necessary; acting as liaison between History faculty/staff and History graduate students.

Research Assistant Clemson University History Department, Hardin Hall, Clemson, South Carolina 29634 May to August 1993 Supervisor: Dr. Donald Nieman (now Chairman of the History Department of Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH)

Assisted Dr. Nieman with grant-funded research project, using original census reports to gather relevant data.

PAPER PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS 3-1996 "Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker on Desegregating Major League Baseball, 1933-1947." Presented at Breaking Baseball's Color Line: Jackie Robinson and Fifty Years of Integration, Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida, March 1996.

4-1997 "Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker Journalistic Campaign to Desegregate Major League Baseball, 1933-1947." Presented at Jackie Robinson: Race, Sports, and the American Dream, Long Island University - Brooklyn Campus, Brooklyn, New York, April 1997.

1998 "Baseball on the Radical Agenda: The Daily and Sunday Worker on Desegregating Major League Baseball, 1933-1947." Dorinson, Joseph, and Woramund, Joram, eds. Jackie Robinson: Race, Sports, and the American Dream. New York: E.M. Swift, 1998.

8-1998 "Hitting on the Left: The Daily Worker's Crusade to Integrate the National Pastime." With Lamb, Christopher. Presented at the AEJMC Annual National Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, August 1998.

1999 "A Sickening Red Tinge." With Lamb, Christopher. Cultural Logic. October 1999. <<http://eserver.org/clogic/3-1&2/rusinack&lamb.html>>

2001 "Baseball on the Radical Agenda." Sportsjones.com. March 2001. <<http://www.sportsjones.com/sj/344.shtml>>

2001 "Joe Bostic." Orodenker, Richard, ed. American Sportswriters and Writers on Sport. Dictionary of Literary Biography, v. 241. Detroit: The Gale Group, 2001.

2001 "Dan Burley." Orodenker, Richard, ed. American Sportswriters and Writers on Sport. Dictionary of Literary Biography, v. 241. Detroit: The Gale Group, 2001.

2001 "Baseball on the Radical Agenda." Left Field: Baseball, politics and more. #5, Fall 2001, pp. 2-8.

2002 "Hitting From the Left: The Daily Worker's Assault on Baseball's Color Line." With Lamb, Christopher. Gumpert, Gary and Drucker, Susan J., eds. Take Me Out to the Ballgame: Communicating Baseball. Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press, pp. 299-316.