Bernhardt Assistant Professor
Department: Social Sciences
Office: (Sayre, Mackey Hall) 138
Phone: 580.928.5533, ext. 2160
- United States History to 1877
- United States History Since 1877
- World History
- World Cultural Geography
- American Government & Politics
- A.S., SWOSU
- B.S.Ed., SWOSU
- B.A., Interdisciplinary Studies, SWOSU
- B.A., Political Science, SWOSU
- M.Ed., SWOSU
“Sooner State Civil Defense: Oklahoma Community and College-Campus Preparedness, 1960-68,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2019 edition, September 2019.
Cold War Oklahoma, The History Press, April 2019: https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/Products/9781467142250
Review of Publisher for the Masses: Emanuel Haldeman-Julius, by R. Alton Lee (University of Nebraska Press, 2018), published in the Winter 2018-19 edition of the quarterly journal of the Oklahoma Historical Society, The Chronicles of Oklahoma, March 2019.
“Maurice Halperin: From Sooner Subversive to Soviet Spy,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Historical Society, Summer 2018 edition, September 2018: https://dc.swosu.edu/caap_general_articles/3/
“The Missiles of Oklahoma: Southwest Oklahoma’s Role in the American Cold War Nuclear Arsenal, 1960-65,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Historical Society, Fall 2017 edition, December 2017: https://dc.swosu.edu/caap_general_articles/1/
Recent Seminar/Conference Presentations
Discussed my book Cold War Oklahomaat the 2019 Oklahoma Book Festival: https://okbookfest.org/2019-festival-lineup/landry-brewer/
Presented the paper “Maurice Halperin: From Sooner Subversive to Soviet Spy,” April 27, 2018, at the Oklahoma History Conference, Oklahoma City, OK.
Presented the paper “The Missiles of Oklahoma: Southwest Oklahoma’s Role in the American Cold War Nuclear Arsenal, 1960-65” October 26, 2017, at “Missiles of Oklahoma” seminar at SWOSU in Weatherford.
Presented the poster “Oklahoma Missile Site: Aiming for the Historic Marker”at the annual meeting of the American Association for State and Local History, Austin, TX, September 8, 2017: https://dc.swosu.edu/caap_general_articles/2/
Born the fifth of six children, I’m an identical twin. Since 2006, my twin brother, Nathan, and I have co-hosted “The Early Morning Show” on KECO Radio in Elk City, OK.
I’m named for former Dallas Cowboys head coach Tom Landry. My parents didn't know they were having twins when we were born, so they scrambled to come up with Nathan’s name. Supposedly he was named for an ancestor who fought in the American Revolution, but I haven’t seen documentation, so, frankly, I’m skeptical.