Kathleen Dalton is the Cecil F.P. Bancroft Instructor of History at Phillips Academy Andover as well as an external fellow of Boston University’s International History Institute. The author of Theodore Roosevelt: A Strenuous Life (2002) and A Portrait of a School: Coeducation at Andover (1986), she has spoken widely about Theodore Roosevelt, including appearances on C-SPAN’s Book TV, the History Channel, the Arts and Entertainment Channel, and public television; her writing has appeared in numerous newspapers. She is currently working on her next book, “The White Lilies and the Iron Boot,” a story of four friends (including Eleanor and Franklin Roosevelt) and their attempts to shape U.S. foreign relations during a dangerous time.
- How Radical Was He? The Contradictory Politics of Theodore Roosevelt
- Presidential Bonds: What Franklin and Theodore Roosevelt Had in Common, Besides Loving Eleanor
- Environmental History Giants: John Muir Meets Theodore Roosevelt
- Life Lessons from the Great Depression: How We Held Our Heads High the Last Time the Bottom Fell Out
- Eleanor’s Other Friend: The First Lady as Seen Through the Diaries of Caroline Drayton Phillips
- Internationalizing Progressivism
- Rooseveltian Leadership: Understanding the Problem of Leadership By Looking at the Presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin D. Roosevelt