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Katherine Chaddock

Title: Distinguished Professor Emerita
Department: Education Leadership and Policies
College of Education
E-mail: chaddock@mailbox.sc.edu
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Biography

Professor Chaddock is the author and co-author of seven books related to the history of higher education, as well as dozens of articles and chapters. She began her career in higher education as an administrator at the University of Utah and later at American University. She joined the faculty of the University of South Carolina in 1994, and from 2009 to 2012, she served as Department Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policies.

Academic Background

Ph.D., University of Utah
Masters in Public Administration, University of Southern California
B.S. in Journalism, Northwestern University

Teaching areas/areas of expertise

Higher Education Administration, Higher Education Policy, Higher Education History

Selected Publications

Chaddock, K.R. (2012). The Multi-Talented Mr. Erskine: Shaping Culture Through Great Books, Fine Music and Academic Celebrity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Chaddock, K. R. (2010). "Oral History.... As Scholarship," in Gasman, M.B. (ed), Researching the History of Education, New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

Chaddock, K.R. and Matalene, C.B. (2009). Vital Signs in Charleston: Voices Across the Centuries from the Medical University of South Carolina, Gloucester & Charleston: The History Press.

Chaddock, K.R. and Schramm, S.(2008). "A Space of Their Own: Women Educators of the New South," in S. Schramm & R. Jeffries (eds.) Grappling With Diversity: Strategies for Multiculturalism, NY: SUNY Press.

Chaddock, K.R. and Matalene, C.B. (2006). College of Charleston Voices: Campus and Community Across the Centuries, Gloucester & Charleston: The History Press.

Reynolds, K.C. and Schramm, S.L. (2002). A Separate Sisterhood: Women Who
Shaped Southern Education in the Progressive Era. New York: Peter Lang, Inc.

Reynolds, K.C. (2002). "Charlotte Hawkins Brown and the Palmer Memorial Institute." In A. Sadovnik and S. Semel (Eds.), Founding Mothers... And Others. New York: Palgrave.

Matalene, C. and Reynolds, K.C. (2001). Carolina Voices: 200 Years of Student Experiences. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina Press.

Reynolds, K.C. (1998). Visions and Vanities: John Andrew Rice of Black Mountain College. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

Reynolds, K.C. (1997). "Finding Facts, Telling Truths, Achieving Art." In C. Kridel (Ed.), Writing Educational Biography, New York: Taylor & Frances.
Chaddock, K.R. (2011). "The Making of a Celebrity President: John Erskine and the Juilliard School," Perspectives in Higher Education (in press).

Chaddock, K.R. and Wallace, J. (2008). "Gogues, Pedagogues and Supergogues: H.L. Mencken on Higher Education," Perspectives in Higher Education (fall, Vol. 27).

Schramm, S. and Chaddock, K.R. (2006). "From Obscurity to Distinction: (Re)Positioning Women Progressive Educators in the New South," Southern Studies (Spring).

Chaddock, K.R. (2005). "Coming to Terms with Self and South: A Literary Analysis," The South Carolina Review, 37 (2), Spring

Chaddock, K. R. (2003). "A Canon of Democratic Intent: Reinterpreting the Roots of the Great Books Movement," The History of Higher Education Annual, 22.

Reynolds, K.C. and Saltiel, I. (2003). "Student Connections: An Integrative Model," The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 51 (1). Named "Publication of the Year" by the Association for Continuing Higher Education.

Chaddock, K.R. (2011). "The Making of a Celebrity President: John Erskine and the Juilliard School," Perspectives in Higher Education (in press).

Chaddock, K.R. and Wallace, J. (2008). "Gogues, Pedagogues and Supergogues: H.L. Mencken on Higher Education," Perspectives in Higher Education (fall, Vol. 27).

Schramm, S. and Chaddock, K.R. (2006). "From Obscurity to Distinction: (Re)Positioning Women Progressive Educators in the New South," Southern Studies (Spring).

Chaddock, K.R. (2005). "Coming to Terms with Self and South: A Literary Analysis," The South Carolina Review, 37 (2), Spring

Chaddock, K. R. (2003). "A Canon of Democratic Intent: Reinterpreting the Roots of the Great Books Movement," The History of Higher Education Annual, 22.

Reynolds, K.C. and Saltiel, I. (2003). "Student Connections: An Integrative Model," The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 51 (1). Named "Publication of the Year" by the Association for Continuing Higher Education.

Selected Awards

U. of SC, Trustee Professorship Award, 2013
American Educational Studies Ass'n, Critics Choice Book Award, 2013
U. of SC Mungo Graduate Teaching Award, 2010
Everett Helm Research Fellowship, University of Indiana, 2006-2007