Tracy E. K'Meyer
Information about Dr. K'Meyer's classes, publications and projects.
Tracy E. K’Meyer
Chair, Department of History
Professor, United States History
Co-director, Oral History Center
101B Gottschalk Hall
Courses taught (click on title to view syllabus)
- HIST 212: American History II
- HIST 304 Historical Methods
- HIST 322 History of the Civil Rights Movement
- HIST 322 Modern US Social Movements
- HIST 528 Recent American History, 1929-1945
- HIST 529 Recent American History, 1945-Present
- HIST 599 Introduction to Oral History
Major publications (Click on the titles below for more information)
- Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South: Louisville, KY 1945-1990
- Freedom on the Border: An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky.
- Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm.
Current projects (click on the title for more information):
- From Brown to Meredith: An Oral History of School Desegregation in Louisville, KY
- A Friendly Neighborhood for All: The American Friends Service Committee on Race, Poverty and Housing