Support History through:
Traditional History Courses
AMH 4202: From Stalin to Star Wars: The Cold War and American
Applied History Courses
HIS 3065: Introduction to Public History
HIS 4990/5990: Civil Liberties to Civil Rights: The Great Urban American Adventure
Traditional: 20th Century United States, Cold War, Cultural, Urban, Civil Rights, American West
Public History: Community, Oral, Policy, Museum Studies, Heritage Tourism
Current Research Interests
NASA Kennedy Space Center, Institutional Memory and Concept Mapping, Guantanamo Bay Naval Base Commuters and Exiles, Cold War Culture
Ph.D., History, Arizona State University, 1997
Awards and Honors
Notable Traditional and Applied Publications
Moore, Patrick K. Voices from the Cape, University Press of Florida, under contract, forthcoming.
Moore, Patrick K. Fueling the Fascination: Kennedy Space Center and the World's Spaceport Romance, University Press of Florida, under contract, forthcoming.
Impact Assessment, Inc. Preliminary Assessment of the Impacts of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf of Mexico Coastal Fishing Communities. Submitted to: U.S. Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Regional Office (SERO), St. Petersburg, FL. April, 2007 (Available at NOAA Southeast Regional Office Website)
Impact Assessment, Inc. Edward Glazier, Laura Stanley, Carson Mencken, Karl Eschbach, Patrick Moore, Pamela Godde. 2008. Benefits and Burdens of OCS Activities on States, Labor Market Areas, Coastal Counties, and Selected Communities. U.S. Department of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Gulf of Mexico OCS Region, New Orleans, LA. OCS Study MMS 2008-052. 491 pp. OCS Study MMS 2008-52
Moore, Patrick K. Effects on Local Human Communities of OCS Mineral Extraction in Frontier Areas, Pensacola and Panama City Community Comparison. United States Minerals Management Service. Impact Assessment, Inc. December 2004.
Moore, Patrick K. Gulf South Historical Review. “‘Redneck Riviera’ or ‘Emerald Coast?’: Interpreting Florida’s Panhandle through Public History.” The Journal of the Gulf South Historical Association, Spring 2003.
Notable Applied History Projects
Next Exit History™ and associated applications suite, University of West Florida. Technology-driven initiative designed to connect audio and video webcasts with Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to deliver on-site, fully customizable historical data to users. Associated programs include TellusPoint™ resources and applications. Program partners include Dr. Jay Clune, UWF; Dr. David Dawson, UWF; Tim Roberts, UWF.
Route 66 to the Atomic West with the NextExitHistory™ Mobile Applications, 2013.