Dr. Brittany Bounds
Instructional Assistant Professor
Office Number: 328D
Office Phone: +974.4423.0466
Dr. Bounds obtained her Ph.D. in U.S. History with an emphasis in social/cultural and military/diplomatic history at Texas A&M University in College Station, where she taught several U.S. History survey classes. Her most recent position before coming to TAMUQ was at the National Defense University in Washington, D.C., where she taught American studies to international senior military officials and Ministry of Foreign Affairs representatives from over 65 countries. At Texas A&M at Qatar, Dr. Bounds teaches the U.S. History survey courses.
Dr. Bounds’ research centers on U.S. history and how its roots explain current debates in American society. Her dissertation explored the Silent Majority’s reaction to the social movements of the 60s: the response to civil rights, campus liberals, antiwar protesters, racial riots, and women’s liberation by examining written modes of communication from a media-silenced American majority. Her publications include topics on the Civil War, 1960s culture, and counterterrorism.
Research and Teaching Interests
- Social and cultural history
- Military and diplomatic history
- U.S. government
- American studies
- Film studies
- Social movements
- U.S. Civil War
- U.S. 1960s
- National security studies
Doctor of Philosophy in U.S. History, Texas A&M University, 2015
Master of Arts in History, California State University, Northridge, 2009
Bachelor of Arts in History, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005
Texas A&M University, Instructional Assistant Professor of History, 2019 – present
National Defense University, Assistant Professor, 2015-2019
Texas A&M University, Instructor of History, 2012-2015
“Women’s Entertainment,” Women in Civil War Texas, edited by Debbie Liles and Angela Boswell. University of North Texas Press, 2016.