History Day Coordinator
Phone: (615) 494-8620
Office Location and Mailing Address: Peck Hall, Room 235
MTSU Box 23
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
FIELDS: US History; History of the American South; History of Tourism; Historic Memory
BIOGRAPHICAL STATEMENT: I am trained as a US historian with an emphasis on the American South. My interests are broad and include history of tourism, identity, race, and women from the colonial period until the Civil Rights movement. I am currently working on a project that examines race, class, and identity through the 1893 trial of two African American men tried for the murder of a prominent Maryland planter. I currently live in Murfreesboro with my husband and three daughters.
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:
McIntyre, Rebecca. Souvenirs of the Old South: Northern Tourism and Southern Mythology. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2011.
McIntyre, Rebecca. "Learn to Stand Alone: A History of Women" in Leone, Janice, ed. Middle Tennessee State University: A Centennial Legacy. Nashville: Twin Oaks Press, 2011
McIntyre, Rebecca. "Promoting the Gothic South," Southern Cultures, Summer 2005.
WORKS IN PROGRESS:
Article on Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald and Tallulah Bankhead for Alabama Women t be published by The University of Georgia Press as part of the Southern Women: Their Lives and Times Series.
Chapter on 1920s in Tennessee and the Nation: The Volunteer State and its Role in American History" to be published by The University of Tennessee Press.
PhD University of Alabama, 2004