Andrew R. Graybill

Professor
Director, Clements Center for Southwest Studies

History

Contact

Office: Dallas Hall Room 338
Phone: 214-768-2709
Email: agraybill@smu.edu

About

CV: Andrew R. Graybill

Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas

Faculty-in-Residence, Ware Residential Commons, 2019-
Professor of History, 2014-
Director, William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies, 2011-
Chair, William P. Clements Department of History, 2014-19
Associate Professor of History, 2011-14
Clements Fellow for the Study of Southwestern America, 2004-05

 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Faculty Fellowship, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2010-11

Director, Program in Nineteenth-Century Studies, 2009-11
Associate Professor of History, 2008-11
Assistant Professor of History, 2005-08
Visiting Assistant Professor of History, 2003-04

 

Princeton University

            Lecturer, Princeton Writing Program, 2002-03

 

Research Interests

North American West, with particular interest in continental expansion, borders, race, violence, and the environment.

Major Publications

 

 

Selected Fellowships and Awards

Labriola Center American Indian National Book Award, 2014
Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize, 2014 (finalist)
Organization of American Historians, Distinguished Lectureship Program, 2014-20
Vivian A. Paladin Award, presented annually by the Montana Historical Society for the best article published in Montana: The Magazine of Western History, 2011
National Endowment for the Humanities, Faculty Fellowship, 2010-11
Canadian Embassy, Canadian Studies Conference Grant, 2007
Montana Historical Society, James H. Bradley Research Fellowship, 2006
Clements Center-DeGolyer Library Research Travel Grant, Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University, 2006
Vernon Carstensen Award, presented annually by the Agricultural History Society for the best article published in Agricultural History, 2006
Bolton-Kinnaird Award, presented annually by the Western History Association for the best article on the history of the borderlands, 2005
Clements Fellowship for the Study of Southwestern America, Clements Center for Southwest Studies, Southern Methodist University, 2004-05
Yale University, Phi Beta Kappa, 1994

Current Projects

The Indian Wars for North America: A Very Short Introduction (with Ari Kelman), Oxford University Press

The North American Great Plains: A History

Editorial Work

The David J. Weber Series in the New Borderlands History at the University of North Carolina Press