Carnegie Mellon University

Mark Hauser

Mark Hauser

Graduate Student

  • Baker Hall 360

Education

  • M.A. History, Claremont Graduate University, 2013
  • B.A. International Studies, American University, 2006

Interest Area

19th and 20th century US cultural history, popular culture, consumerism

Dissertation Title

All the Comforts of Hell: Doughboys and American Mass Culture in the First World War"

Research Fellowships

  • Predoctoral Fellowship, Smithsonian Institution – National Museum of American History, Washington, DC, 2017
  • Silas Palmer Research Fellowship, Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA, 2016-2017
  • James P. Danky Fellowship, Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture and Wisconsin Historical Society, Madison, WI, 2016

Presentations

  • “A.E.F. Games: Doughboys and Physical Training, Mass Sports, and Athletic Spectacles During World War I,” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, April 2018 (accepted).
  • “Doughboys, Consumption, and the Reshaping of American Athletic Culture During World War I,” National Museum of American History, NMAH History Colloquium, October 2017.
  • “All the Comforts of Hell: Doughboys and American Mass Culture in the First World War,” Wisconsin Historical Society, James P. Danky Fellowship Lecture, October 2016.

Advisor

Scott Sandage