Education & Professional History
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA, PhD; Lipscomb University, MEd
At Carleton since 2019.
Highlights & Recent Activity
McCoy, Meredith L., Emma Elliott-Groves, Leilani Sabzalian, and Megan Bang. “Restoring Indigenous Systems of Relationality.” Testimony. Center for Humans and Nature, October 7, 2020.
McCoy, Meredith L., and Villeneuve, Matthew. “Reconceiving Schooling: Centering Indigenous Experimentation in Indian Education History.” History of Education Quarterly 60, no. 4 (2020).
McCoy, Meredith L., Leilani Sabzalian, and Tommy Ender. “Alternative Strategies for Family History Projects: Rethinking Practice in Light of Indigenous Perspectives.” The History Teacher (forthcoming).
Jeffries, Hasan K., and Meredith L. McCoy. “Teaching Hard History Podcast, Season 2.” Teaching Hard History: American Slavery, 2019.
Shuster, Kate, Renee Gokey, Bethany Jay, Hasan K. Jeffries, Cynthia Lynn Lyerly, Meredith L. McCoy, Sarah B. Shear, and Christina Snyder. Teaching Hard History: A Framework for Teaching American Slavery — Grades 6-12. Montgomery: Southern Poverty Law Center, 2019.
Shuster, Kate, Hasan K. Jeffries, Meredith L. McCoy, Margaret Newell, Sarah B. Shear, Christina Snyder, and Ebony E. Thomas. Teaching Hard History: A Framework for Teaching American Slavery — Grades K-5. Montgomery: Southern Poverty Law Center, 2019.
Shelton, Brett Lee, Michael Johnson, Danielle R. Gartner, Meredith L. McCoy, and Rachel E. Wilbur. “Trigger Points: Current State of Research on History, Impacts, and Healing Related to the United States’ Indian Industrial/Boarding School Policy.” Boulder: Native American Rights Fund, 2019.
RedCorn, Alex, Meredith L. McCoy, and Hollie J. Mackey. “Indian Country: An Introduction to Financial and Bureaucratic Considerations.” In Funding P-12 Schools in the 50 States and Indian Country, edited by David C. Thompson, R. C. Wood, S. Neuenswander, J. M. Heim, and R. D. Watson. Gainsville, Florida: National Education Finance Academy, 2019.
McCoy, Meredith L. & Turtle Island Social Studies Collective. “Beyond Pocahontas: Learning from Indigenous Women Changemakers.” Social Studies and the Young Learner 31, no. 3 (2019): 7–13.
Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations
HIST 116: Intro to Indigenous Histories, 1887-present
AMST 244: Approaches to Indigenous Studies
AMST 345: Theory and Practice of American Studies
HIST 301: Indigenous Histories of Carleton