Dr. Kathryn L. MacKay

Professor of History 

  Office -Social Science 244

Phone - (801)626-6782
Fax - (801)626-7613 
Email - kmackay@weber.edu

Research and Teaching Areas: Native American, women, American West, Public History
Degrees: B.A., University of California at Los Angeles (1968); M.A., Ph.D., University of Utah (1973, 1987)

Courses:

  • HIST 1700 American Civilization
  • HIST 2700 History of the United States to 1877
  • HIST 2710 History of the United States since 1877
  • HIST 3010 American Indian History, 1300 to Present
  • HIST 3070 Women in American History, 1600 to Present
  • HIST 3090 American Social History
  • HIST 3500 Historic Preservation
  • HIST 4120 The American West since 1900
  • HIST 4130 History of Utah
  • HIST 4985 Research Methods

 Dr. MacKay received the 2012 Crystal Crest Master Teacher Award
 

Fall 2012-2013, Dr. MacKay is the first appointee with the gender-neutral title "Faculty Ombuds."  If Weber State University faculty members have a concern about a faculty-to-faculty relationship or a challenge with an administrator or administrative policy, they now have a safe and confidential place to seek help.  For more information about the Ombudsman office, visit faculty.weber.edu/ombuds or call 801-675-7077

 

Publications:

"Chocolate Dippers Strike of 1910," Utah Historical Quarterly, Spring 2015. 
"The Hill Creek Extension," Utah Historical Quarterly, Winter 2015.
"Sisters of Ogden's Mount Benedict Monastery," Utah Historical Quarterly, Summer 2009.