Susan Schulten is a professor of history and chair of the history department at the University of Denver. She is the author of Mapping the Nation: History and Cartography in Nineteenth-Century America (2012), which won the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association's Norris and Carol Hundley Award, and The Geographical Imagination in America, 1880–1950 (2001). Her other recent work includes "The Civil War and the Origins of the Colorado Territory," Western Historical Quarterly (spring 2013), which was named the best article in the journal that year. She teaches courses on Lincoln, the Civil War and Reconstruction, America at the turn of the century, the history of American ideas and culture, the Great Depression, the Cold War, war and the presidency, and the methods and philosophy of history. Recipient of a Guggenheim fellowship for her research on the history of cartography, she lectures widely on the Civil War, the history of maps, and American history in general. She also contributes to the New York Times "Disunion" series, which commemorates the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War.
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- Reconstruction South and West
- Mapping the Nation
- Cartographic Innovation in the Early Republic
- Mapping the American Civil War
- Lincoln, Douglas, and the Fate of a Nation
- The Civil War and the Origins of the Colorado Territory