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historian

Thomas Clyde Mackey, American Historian. National Endowment for Humanities travel grantee, 1992. Member American Society Legal History, Society Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (committee member), Organisation American Historians (committee member), American History Association, Southern History Association.

Background

Mackey, Thomas Clyde was born on August 17, 1956 in Radford, Virginia, United States. Son of Howard and Blanche Mackey.

Education

Bachelor, Beloit College, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, Rice University, 1984.

Career

Golieb postdoctoral fellow, New York University School Law, New York City, 1984-1985; visiting assistant professor, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1985-1986; assistant professor, U. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1986-1988; assistant professor, Eastern Montana College, Billings, 1988-1989; visiting assistant professor, Kansas State University, Manhattan, 1989-1990; assistant professor, Kansas State University, Manhattan, 1990-1991; assistant professor of history, adjunct assistant professor of law, University Louisville, 1991-1995; associate professor of history, Adjunct Professor law, University Louisville, since 1995.

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Membership

Member American Society Legal History, Society Historians of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (committee member), Organisation American Historians (committee member), American History Association, Southern History Association.

Connections

father:
Howard Mackey

mother:
Blanche Mackey