Pearl Ponce

Professor and Chair, History


Recent Publications

“Attempting Disunion:  Mutable Borders and the Mormon Experience with the United States, 1846-1858,” in James Gregory and Daniel Grey, eds., Union and Disunion in the Nineteenth Century, pp. 186-203, was published in 2020 by Routledge.

"To Govern the Devil in Hell":  The Political Crisis in Territorial Kansas, 1854-1858 was published in May 2014 by Northern Illinois University Press.

“The Noise of Democracy”:  The Lecompton Constitution in Kansas and Congress,” in Jonathan Earle and Diane Mutti-Burke, eds., Dividing Line:  The Long Civil War on the Kansas-Missouri Border (Lawrence, KS:  University Press of Kansas, 2013), pp. 119-146, was published in August 2013.

Kansas' War:  The Civil War in Documents (Ohio University Press' Civil War in the Great Interior series) was published in January 2011.