Catherine M. Stock
Cathy Stock is the author of Rural Radicals: Righteous Indignation in the American Grain (Penguin, 1997). She is also the author of Main Street Crisis: The Great Depression and the Old Middle Class on the Northern Plains, plus the introduction to Dakota Territory, 1861-1889: A Study of Frontier Politics, by Howard Roberts Lamar.
She was named the College Marshal in 2015. The college marshal is responsible for planning and directing the faculty and student proceedings at College ceremonies and leads the processional during Commencement.
She is the recipient of the College's 2009 John S. King Memorial Teaching Award, established to recognize teacher-scholars with high standards of teaching excellence and concern for students.
She has written numerous sections for The Reader's Encyclopedia of the American West and has written book reviews for Journal of American History and American Historical Review.
Stock is a member of the American Historical Association, American Studies Association, New England American Studies Association, Organization of American Historians, and the Western History Association.
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