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About Katy Doll

Dr. Doll's research explores the changing U.S. practices of overt psychological warfare from the Korean War to the Vietnam War. Her teaching includes courses on US History, historical research methods,  Propaganda in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries, and the Vietnam War


2021 - Present Assistant Professor, Nova Southeastern University Halmos College of Arts and Sciences - Department of Humanities and Politics
2016 - 2018 Editorial Assistant, Journal of American History
2016 eText Editing Assistant, Indiana University - Bloomington ‐ Assistive Technology and Accessibility Centers

Curriculum Vitae

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Professional Service and Affiliations

2020 - 2021 Member, Graduate Affairs Committee, Indiana University
2018 - 2020 Co-Director, U.S. History Workshop, Indiana University
2017 Discussant, U.S. History Workshop, Indiana University
2015 - 2016 Member, Graduate Affairs Committee, Indiana University
2015 - 2016 Co-Coordinator, History Graduate Student Association, Indiana University
2016 Panel Chair, Paul Lucas Conference in History, Indiana University
Member, The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
Member, The Society for Military History
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Honors and Awards

  • (2020) McNutt Professor Fellowship, IU
  • (2019) Jack and Julia Wickes War and Society Fund, IU
  • (2019) Wiseman Fellowship, IU
  • (2019) Graduate Conference Travel Award, College Arts & Humanities Institute, IU
  • (2018) John K. Hulston Scholarship, Truman Library Institute
  • (2018) Winther Prize for Best U.S. Oral Qualifying Exam, History Department, IU
  • (2017, 2018) McNutt Professor Fellowship, IU
  • (2017) Silas Palmer Research Fellowship, Hoover Institution Library & Archives, Stanford University
  • (2009-2010) Marjorie Usher Ragan Scholarship, University of North Carolina
  • (2006-2010) National Merit Scholar
  • (2006-2010) Robert C. Byrd Scholarship


2016 - 2021 Ph.D. History (United States, concentration), Indiana University - Bloomington
2014 - 2016 M.A. History, Indiana University - Bloomington
2006 - 2010 B.A. (with High Honors) Journalism, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill