Graduate Student
Teaching Assistant
330 LeConte Hall

Katie Brackett Fialka's research and writing interests center on nineteenth-century southern women's reading and writing and explores the ways in which they used literary practices to create sensibilities--ways of thinking, perceiving, and knowing the world--and played crucial roles in the formation of southern literary culture.

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Matriculation Date: 
August, 2012
Advisor: 
Honors: 

Gregory Research Award, UGA History Department, 2012
Gregory Family Civil War and Southern Studies Grant, University of Georgia
Hatton-Lovejoy Scholarship for Graduate Study, Fuller E. Callaway Foundation, LaGrange, GA, 2012-2017
Ruth Regina Hale Canaga Memorial Fellowship, West Virginia University, 2010-2012
John Eugene and Barbara Hilton Cay Visiting Scholar Grant, Southern Historical Association, 2013
Carl Vipperman Teaching Assistantship Award Recipient, 2013
Graduate Research Award, Willson Center for Humanities & Arts, University of Georgia, 2014
Warner-Fite Scholarship Award, University of Georgia History Department, 2015
Dean's Award in Arts and Humanities, UGA Graduate School 2016
Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, Center for Teaching and Learning, 2016
Future Faculty Program, 2016-7

 

Courses Taught

U.S. History to 1865

Katherine Brackett Fialka's Selected Publications