Kimberly Nath is a historian of Early America and the American Revolution. She earned her PhD from the University of Delaware (2016) in American History. She also holds a BA in history from the University of Arizona (2007) and a MA in history from the University of Maryland, College Park (2009). Her research focuses on loyalism, property confiscation, and loyalist reintegration in the Revolutionary War period. Publications include “Loyalism, Citizenship, American Identity: The Shoemaker Family” inThe American Revolution Reborn,
eds. Michael Zuckerman and Patrick Spero (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016) and “Left Behind: Loyalist Women in Philadelphia during the American Revolution” in Women in the American Revolution: Gender, Politics, and the Domestic World,
ed. Barbara Oberg (Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, Forthcoming May 2019).
In addition to teaching courses in Early America and the American Revolution, Dr. Nath also teaches courses in American women and gender history, public history, and material culture.
HIST 124 American History to 1877
HIST 202 Introduction to Public History
HIST 300 American Colonial History to 1763
HIST 301 Revolution and Confederation
HIST 313 Women in American History I: 1600-1875
HIST 314 Women in American History II: 1875-Present