Patricia A. Gajda

Patricia A. Gajda

Title: Emeritus
Department: History
Email: pgajda@uttyler.edu


  • B.S., St. John College
  • B.A., The University of Texas at Tyler
  • M.A., Case Western Reserve University
  • Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University


Dr. Gajda has been at UT Tyler since 1974. Dr. Gajda is the author of Postscript to Victory : British Policy and the German-Polish Borderlands, 1919-1925 (Washington: University Press of America, 1982).

Her major field of research and teaching is modern Europe. In addition, she teaches courses in world civilizations, Russian history, Chinese history, women’s history, and historiography. She is also the graduate program director.

Classes Taught:

HIST 2321 World Civilizations I
HIST 2322 World Civilizations II
HIST 3301 Patterns of World History
HIST 3357 Eighteenth-Century Europe
HIST 3358 Nineteenth-Century Europe
HIST 3359 Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 3395 History of Russia
HIST 4394 Chinese Civilization
HIST 4397 Topics: History of Asia
HIST 4397 Topics: Women in World History
HIST 4668 Field Experience in History: European Destinations
HIST 5357 Eighteenth-Century Europe
HIST 5358 Nineteenth-Century Europe
HIST 5359 Twentieth-Century Europe
HIST 5668 Field Experience in History: European Destinations
HIST 5394 Historiography

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