Hailey Doucette

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  • Graduate Teaching Assistant

Contact Info

Wescoe Hall, Room 2016
Office Hours:
Wed. | 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM (Virtual)
Thurs. | 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (In-Person & Virtual)


Hailey Doucette received her B.A. in History and M.A. in History from Colorado State University. As an undergraduate student, she researched wild horse history and management in Northwestern Colorado. As an M.A. student, Hailey studied the environmental and labor history of copper mining in twentieth-century Arizona. At KU, Hailey is working toward her Ph.D. in History. She is interested in studying twentieth-century environmental justice issues caused by air pollution in cities across the American West. Hailey is particularly concerned with how pollution-related public health issues impacted marginalized communities.

Advised by Dr. Isenberg