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  • Reichard, D. 2012. "Animating Ephemera through Oral History: Interpreting Visual Traces of California Gay College Student Organizing from the 1970s." Oral History Review.

  • Reichard, D. and K. Takayama. 2012. “Exploring Student Learning in Unfamiliar Territory: A Humanist and a Scientist Compare Notes." In The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines, edited by K. McKinney. Indiana University Press.

  • Reichard, David. 2010. “’ Increasing the Usefulness of the Legal Profession to the Gay Community’: A Closer Look at the Early History of Gay and Lesbian Law Student Organizing in California." Presented at Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities, March, in Providence, RI.

  • Reichard, David. 2010. “'These Classes Are Relevant to Gay Rights': California Law Students and Gay Liberation in the 1970s." Presented at Question of Rights in U.S. Society, September, in San Francisco, CA.

  • Reichard, D. 2010. “’We Can’t Hide and They Are Wrong’: The Society for Homosexual Freedom and the Struggle for Recognition at Sacramento State College, 1969-1971”. Law and History Review.

  • Reichard, D. 2007. “Connection, Assessment and Reflection: Assessing Learning Outcomes in a Multicultural Conflict Resolution Course”. In Developing Outcomes-Based Assessment for Learner-Centered Education A Faculty Introduction , edited by A. Driscoll and S. Wood. Stylus Publishers.

  • Reichard, D. 1996. "Justice is God's Law": The Struggle to Control Social Conflict and United States Colonization of New Mexico, 1846-1912. PhD diss., Temple University.

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Educational Background

  • 1996 – Ph.D., Temple University (History)

  • 1988 – J.D., Villanova University School of Law (Law)

  • 1985 – B.A., Muhlenberg College (History)

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Positions & Honors

  • 2003-2004 – Carnegie Scholar, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

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