Dr. Kimberly D. Reiter
Dr. Kimberly D. Reiter is Associate Professor of Ancient and Medieval History at Stetson University. Her scholarship focuses on the historiography of Romanization in the differing perceptions of “Romanization” as a measurement of Roman involvement and agency, with special attention to Romans in Britain. A scholar of early England, she is very active in student field projects, and has directed the Stetson Field Course on the Early English landscape since 1998 as well as the Stetson Rome Spring Break. She has received the President’s Award for innovation and collaboration from the Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences (AESS) for her work with the UK field course. Dr. Reiter has had extensive experience designing and teaching courses in environmental history and environmental issues and has presented and published papers on the teaching of environmental issues from an interdisciplinary perspective. She is active in writing in environmental education, supradisciplinary approaches, and public history approaches in state parks. Her most recent work involved a discussion of teaching Stonehenge as a case study in supradisciplinary environmental issues. She is past President of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Association (IEA), director of the Stetson Public History concentration and a National Councilor in the Council for Undergraduate Research. She has also been a Coleman Scholar for Entrepreneurship and recipient of the NEH Enduring Questions Grant. She also chairs the Stetson Undergraduate Research committee,serves as Vice-President of the Stetson Charity people Helping People, and is Chair-elect of the Stetson Faculty Senate.