Dr. Kyle T. Goyette
Ph.D., University of Houston, 2014
- Honors American Civilization to 1865 (HY 105)
- Women in America (HY 428)
- The Encyclopedia of the U.S. Presidency, Nancy Beck Young, ed., s.v. “The Presidency and Race.”
- “Southern Discomfort: The Equal Rights Amendment, the New Right, and the Southernization of American Politics,” Revising for manuscript submission.
Awards and Honors
- July 2012 – Guion Griffis Johnson Visiting Scholar Grant, University of North Carolina
- June 2012 – Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation Research Grant
- January 2012 – Murray Miller Dissertation Research Grant, University of Houston
- June 2011 – Women’s Archive and Research Center Dissertation Research Grant, University of Houston
- March 2011 – Ben H. Proctor Award for Outstanding Student Research Paper, Southwestern Historical Association
- April 2010 – Stanley Siegel Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Texas History, University of Houston
- April 2010 – B.R. Brunson Award for Outstanding Master’s Thesis, Department of History, Texas State University-San Marcos
- April 2010 – Ben H. Proctor Award for Outstanding Student Research Paper, Southwestern Historical Association
- August 2009-May 2011 – Murray Miller Scholarship, University of Houston
- August 2009-January 2011 – University Presidential Fellowship, University of Houston
- May 2009 – Lester London Award, Mensa Education & Research Foundation
- May 2009 – Outstanding Graduate Student, Department of History, Texas State University-San Marcos
- “The Politics of Rhetoric: Texas, the ERA, and the Defense of Family Values,” Journal of Policy History, Columbus, Ohio, June 2010.
- “Breaking into the Boys’ Club: Oveta Culp Hobby, Suite 8F, and the Houston Political Elite,” Southwestern Historical Association, Houston, Texas, April 2010.
- “This One Thing I Do: How the ERA Movement Changed Texas Politics,” Southwestern Historical Association, Denver, Colorado, April 2009.
- “The Good Fight: Texas Women and the Battle for the ERA, 1972-1982,” American Studies Association of Texas, Texas State University-San Marcos, San Marcos, Texas, November 2008.