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Pamela Krch, PhD, currently teaches HIST 131 and HIST 132, pre- and post-Civil War United States History; HIST 405, Introduction to Public History; History of the American West; and Environmental History of the United States. Her interests are twentieth-century United States, including the American West; Borderlands; Native American with an emphasis on twentieth century and Navajo history; and Public History.

Krch has taught at Colorado Mesa University since 2018. Previously, she taught post-Civil War United States History at the University of Texas at El Paso. In addition, she has worked in the field of Public History. Her many Public History experiences include working as a contract researcher; researching a neighborhood branding project; exploring archival work; designing museum exhibits; and conducting, transcribing and summarizing oral histories.

She believes strongly in teaching that emphasizes shared authority and interactive learning. She strives to the best of her ability to serve as a role model and guide for students who are negotiating the sometimes challenging world of college education.

Krch is currently revising an article, "Sybil Yazzie and the Silent Stories of Navajo Women Painters," for publication. She is also working on revising her dissertation for possible publication.