Angela Boswell, Ph.D.
Angela Boswell (Ph.D., Rice University) currently serves as the dean of arts and sciences and professor of history at Henderson State University in Arkansas. She teaches courses in early American history and American women's history. Her areas of research are southern women's history and Texas women's history. She is the author of Women in Texas History (University of Georgia Press, 2018), winner of the Liz Carpenter Award, the Temple-Vick Award, the Lone Star Book Award, and the Robert A. Calvert Book Prize. She is also author of Her Act and Deed: Women's Public Lives in a Rural Southern County, 1837–1873 (Texas A&M University Press, 2001), also a winner of the Liz Carpenter Award, and co-editor of the three collections: with Deborah M. Liles, Women in Civil War Texas: Diversity and Dissidence in the Trans-Mississippi (University of North Texas Press, 20126), winner of the Liz Carpenter Award and Ottis Lock; with Judith McArthur, Women Shaping the South: Creating and Confronting Change (University of Missouri Press, 2006); and with Thomas H. Appleton Jr., Searching for Their Places: Women in the South across Four Centuries (University of Missouri Press, 2003).
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