5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94613, United States
Dalton received a Bachelor of Arts from Mills College in 1970.
Baltimore, MD 21218, United States
Dalton has a Master of Arts (1975) and a Doctor of Philosophy (1979) from John Hopkins University in Maryland.
Photo of Kathleen Dalton
Photo of Kathleen Dalton
(A Portrait of a School: Coeducation at Andover is the fir...)
A Portrait of a School: Coeducation at Andover is the first comprehensive study of how gender works out on a day to day basis in an American high school. Using school records, survey research, interviews, and school archives, Kathleen M. Dalton reports for the first time on the long term effects of policymaking to achieve sex equity in what was the oldest boys' boarding school in America.
(Theodore Roosevelt made himself the hero of his own stren...)
Theodore Roosevelt made himself the hero of his own strenuous life. He transformed himself from a sickly and fearful patrician boy into a fiercely adventurous - and always active - hunter, sportsman, writer, politician, and finally president. But one self-making was never enough for TR. He slowly fashioned himself into a man of the people, a defender of the poor and downtrodden, and a prophet of political ideas advanced for his day. This is the story of his personal and political development, of one man's struggle to conquer his own fears and to build a greater nation out of a divided collection of states.
Dalton received a Bachelor of Arts from Mills College in 1970. She has a Master of Arts (1975) and a Doctor of Philosophy (1979) from John Hopkins University in Maryland.
Kathleen Dalton served as a Consulting Historian/Researcher-Writer at the National Geographic Society from 1973 to 1994. In 1979 she was an Adjunct Professor as well as a Professorial Lecturer at American University, Washington.
In 1989 and 1990 Dalton was a Visiting Professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. In 1997 she took a position as an Instructor at Harvard University Extension School.
Dalton is a Consulting Historian at the National Park Service-Organization of American Historians' Public History Office since 2002 and also Kathleen was a Consulting Historian at Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site in 2007. From 2007 to 2008 Dalton was a Visiting Associate Professor at Boston University.
She was formerly a Fellow at Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University and a Gilder-Lehman research fellow in New York.
Dalton is Cecil F.P. Bancroft Instructor of History and Social Science at Phillips Academy, Andover, and a Consulting Historian for the National Park Service.
Kathleen Dalton began writing a biography of Theodore Roosevelt while still a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University in the 1970s. The work was published in 2002 as Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life. An analytical biography of Roosevelt and the American politics of his age, the book examines the evolution of "TR" from a wealthy, asthmatic youngster to an ambitious politician with strong views on the direction his nation should take.
She has written numerous articles for various national publications, including one for a special edition of Time devoted to the Roosevelts.
(A Portrait of a School: Coeducation at Andover is the fir...)1999
(Theodore Roosevelt made himself the hero of his own stren...)2002
Kathleen is a member of the Protestant church.
Dalton is a member of the Organization of American Historians.
Kathleen is married to historian E. Anthony Rotundo. They have two children.