Dr. Stephen L. McIntyre
- PhD, History, 1995, University of Missouri-Columbia
- MA, History, 1989, University of Missouri-Columbia
- BA, History, 1987, University of Missouri-Columbia
- HST 122: U. S. History since 1877
- HST 312: History of American Baseball
- HST 329: Automobile in American Life
- HST 390: Introduction to Historiography
- HST 528: U. S. History since 1945
Research and professional interests
Dr. McIntyre is a specialist in American labor and social history, focusing on the twentieth century. His research interests include labor relations in the automobile repair industry and the history of the once vital labor movement in Springfield, Missouri.
- “‘Considerable Bad Feeling in this City,’: Cross-Class Solidarity and Federal Power in the 1922 Springfield Frisco Shopmen’s Strike” in Stephen McIntyre, ed., Springfield’s Urban Histories: Essays on the Queen City of the Missouri Ozarks. Springfield, MO: Moon City Press, 2012.
- “The Failure of Fordism: Reform of the Automobile Repair Industry, 1913-1940,” Technology & Culture 41 (April 2000): 269-99.
Awards and honors
- Missouri State University Foundation Award for Teaching, 2014
- College of Humanities & Public Service Award, 2001
- College of Humanities & Public Affairs Teaching Award, 1999