Associate Professor of History
College of Liberal Arts Award of Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher
Nancy Gabin is an associate professor of history. Her research interests include women and the political economy as well as the culture of gender in twentieth-century America. Her publications include Feminism in the Labor Movement: Women and the United Auto Workers, 1935–1970 (Cornell, 1990) and articles on women, work, and the labor movement in journals, anthologies, and encyclopedias, including Midwestern Women(Indiana, 1997), The State of Indiana History 2000 (Indiana Historical Society, 2001), and The American Midwest(Indiana, 2006). Recipient of the Charles B. Murphy Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award in 2012, Gabin teaches courses on women’s history, labor history, and America in the 1960s. She is the Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of History and serves on the university’s Undergraduate Curriculum Council.