Erin Krutko Devlin
Office: Monroe 231
Erin Krutko Devlin joined the faculty in 2016 after teaching undergraduate and graduate-level public history at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She earned her PhD in American Studies at the College of William and Mary. Her work focuses on race, public memory, and social justice, and she offers courses in both History and American Studies. Her book Remember Little Rock was published by the University of Massachusetts Press as part of its Public History in Historical Perspective series in 2017. She is currently working on a historic resource study with the National Park Service focused on segregation and African American visitation in Virginia’s national parks.
HIST 131: American History to 1865
HIST 132: American History Since 1865
HIST 300zz: Introduction to Public History
AMST 201: Introduction to American Studies
AMST 202: National Parks
AMST 203: American Protest
AMST 303: Museums in the US
AMST 303: Civil Rights and American Memory
Remember Little Rock. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2017.
“What do Public History Employers Want?” interview with the Organization of American Historians Amplified Initiate (April 2018).
“Erin Devlin,” interview with Colin Woodward, Amerikan Rambler (December 2017).
Also featured on the podcast “In the Fast Lane: The Podcast about History and Why It Matters” (episode 40, September 26, 2017).