Andrew R. Graybill
Andrew R. Graybill is a professor of history, the department chair, and a codirector of the William P. Clements Center for Southwest Studies at Southern Methodist University. His first book, Policing the Great Plains: Rangers, Mounties, and the North American Frontier, 1875-1910 (2007), is a comparative study of the two most famous constabularies in the world and pays particular attention to the consequences of frontier absorption for rural people. He is a coeditor, with Benjamin H. Johnson, of Bridging National Borders in North America: Transnational and Comparative Histories (2010), which marks the first attempt to bring scholars of both the continent's border regions into sustained conversation. Most recently, he is the author of The Red and the White: A Family Saga of the American West (2013), which tells the story of a Montana family of mixed native-white ancestry and the changing notions of racial identity in the West between 1850-1950, and a coeditor, with Adam Arenson, of Civil War Wests: Testing the Limits of the United States (2015).
- The Red and the White: The Saga of a Mixed-Race Family in Montana, 1850–1950
- Mild West and Wild West: Canadian and American Frontiers in Comparative Perspective
- Boundless Nature: Borders and the Environment in North America (and Beyond)