MATTHEW BASSO

Curriculum Vitae Biosketch

MATTHEW BASSO portrait
  • Associate Professor, History
  • Associate Professor, Gender Studies
  • Director of Graduate Studies, History

Publications

Publications

  • The Way Utah Worked (An Interpretive Essay Published by Utah Division of State History and Utah Humanities), December 2016, 1-24. Published, 12/30/2016.
  • “Dependent Veterans: Settler Societies, Welfare States, and the Paradox of World War One-Era Military Masculinity,” article-length work-in-progress. In progress, 06/2016.
  • Reworking Settler Societies: Labor and the Evolution of Settler Colonialism in New Zealand, 1890-1950. Book-length work in progress. In progress, 01/2016.
  • “Locally Made: Immigrant Whiteness in Montana’s Copper Communities,” in Brian Cannon and Jessie Embry, eds., Immigration and the Far West (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2015), 227-248. Published, 01/2015.
  • Review of Monica Rico, Nature’s Noblemen: Transatlantic Masculinities and the Nineteenth Century West (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013), for Western Historical Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 4 (Winter 2014), 461-62. Published, 11/2014.
  • “Settler Societies, Open Societies, and Colonialism,” a review of David Hackett Fischer, Fairness and Freedom: A History of Two Open Societies: New Zealand and the United States (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012), for Reviews in American History 42 (2014), 36-42. Published, 03/2014.
  • Meet Joe Copper: Masculinity and Race on Montana's World War II Home Front (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013). Published, 06/2013.
  • Utah American Indian Digital Archive (Phase I and II completed August 2010, Phase III completed December 2011, Phase IV completed December 2012; available at www.utahindians.org). Archive has over 50,000 document pages related to the history and culture of Utah's American Indian nations. Published, 12/2012.
    http://www.utahindians.org/archives
  • "Introduction," in Matthew L. Basso, ed., Men at Work: Rediscovering Depression-Era Stories from the Federal Writers’ Project (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2012). Published, 09/2012.
  • Men at Work: Rediscovering Depression-Era Stories from the Federal Writers’ Project (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2012). Published, 09/2012.
  • Wo/Men at Work (Salt Lake City: Red Butte Press, 2011 [a handmade artists' book). Published, 12/2011.
  • "Consuming Labor," in Wo/Men at Work (Salt Lake City: Red Butte Press, 2011). Published, 12/2011.
  • We Shall Remain: A Native History of Utah and America, Utah Indian Curriculum Guide. Published, 08/2009.
  • Context, Subjectivity, and the Built Environment at the Anaconda Reduction Works,” Drumlummon Views Vol 3, No 1 (Spring 2009), 125-152. Published, 2009.
  • Utah Indian Curriculum Project (completed August 2009, includes teachers guide and other materials like interactive Google Earth maps, available via multiple website portals including www.utahindians.org and housed on the Pioneer Digital Library system). Published, 2009.
    http://www.utahindians.org/curriculum
  • Across the Great Divide: Cultures of Manhood in the American West (New York: Routledge, 2001). Published, 01/2001.