Kevin Kaatz Faculty Profile

Kevin  Kaatz

Associate Professor

Department of History

Spring Semester 2023
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GS 43001Educ Abroad & NseARRARROverseas


Kevin W. Kaatz, “The Joy of Quality Assurance:  Evaluating Faculty Quality Assurance Training at a Medium-Sized University in the West”  Journal of Educators Online, May 2021

Kevin W. Kaatz and Randy Utz, eds., Roman Society:  Republic to Empire:  An Anthology.  Cognella Publishing.  San Diego, CA, 2021.

Linda Ivey and Kevin W. Kaatz, eds., Documents of Japanese American Internment:  Eyewitness to History.  Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO, 2020.

Kevin W. Kaatz, ed., Documents of the Rise of Christianity:  Eyewitness to History.  Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO, 2019.


Linda Ivey and Kevin W. Kaatz, Citizen Internees:  A Second Look at Race and Citizenship in Japanese American Internment Camps (Santa Barbara:  Praeger, 2017)

Kevin W. Kaatz, The Rise of Christianity:  History, Documents, and Key Questions.  Crossroads in World History series.  (Santa Barbara:  ABC-CLIO, 2016).

Kevin W. Kaatz, ed., Voices of Early Christianity:  Documents from the Origins of Christianity (Santa Barbara:  Greenwood Press, 2013).

Kevin W. Kaatz, Early Controversies and the Growth of Christianity.  (Santa Barbara:  Praeger, 2012).

Vermes, M. (trans.), S. N. C. Lieu, K. W.  Kaatz, Hegemonius, Acta Archelai (The Acts of Archelaus), Manichaean Studies, Vol. 4 (Brepols, 2001).

Kevin W. Kaatz, "The Light and Darkness:  The Two Natures, Free Will and the Scriptural Evidence in the Acta Archelai," in J BeDuhn, Paul Mirecki, eds., Frontiers of Faith:  The Christian-Manichaean Encounter in the Acts of Archelaus (Brill, 2007):  103-118.

Kevin W. Kaatz, “What Did Augustine Really Know About Manichaean Cosmogony?” in A. van Tongerloo, L. Cirillo (eds.). Il Manicheismo. Nuove Prospettive della Richerca (Quinto Congresso Internazionale di Studi sul Manicheismo, Napoli, 2-8 Settembre 2001). Manichaean Studies 5. Brepols, Turnhout 2005.

Book Review, published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review, March 2, 2007 of W. E. Mann, ed., Augustine’s Confessions:  Critical Essays (Oxford, 2006).

Book Review, published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review, Sept. 18, 2000 of R.E. Emmerick, W. Sundermann, P. Zieme (ed.), Studia Manichaica:  IV. Internationaler Kongreß zum Manichäismus, Berlin, 14-18. Juli 1997, (Berlin, 2000) Pp. (XIV + 666).

Manichaean Studies News Letter, Vol. 16, 2001, “Impressions of the 5th International Conference of Manichaean Studies.”

Publications in Neuroscience

Tallaksen-Greene, S.J., Kaatz, K.W., Romano, C., Albin, R., “Localization of mGluR1a-like Immunoreactivity and mGluR5-like Immunoreactivity in Identified Populations of Striatal Neurons” Brain Research, Jan 12; 780 (2) (1998), pp. 210-17.

Kaatz, K.W., Albin, R.L., “Intraseptal Administration of (1S,3R)-1-Aminocyclopentane-1,3-Dicarboxylic Acid Induces Immediate Early Gene Expression in Lateral Septal Neurons,” Brain Research Feb 19, vol. 709 (2) (1996), pp. 205-14.

Kaatz, K.W., Albin, R.L., “Intrastriatal and Intrasubthalamic Stimulation of Metabotropic Glutamate Receptors:  A Behavioral and c-fos Immunohistochemical Study,” Neuroscience, vol. 66, No. 1 (1995), pp. 55-65.

Theresa V. Strong, Danilo A. Tagle, John M. Valdes, Lawrence W. Elmer, Karina Boehm, Manju Swaroop, Kevin W. Kaatz, Francis S. Collins and Roger L. Albin, “Widespread Expression of the Human and Rat Huntington's Disease Gene in Brain and Nonneural Tissues,” Nature Genetics, Vol. 5, #3, Nov. 1993.  Also abstract and poster in the Society for Human Genetics, 1993.

Bazzett, T.J., Becker, J.B., Kaatz, K.W., and Albin, R.L.  “Chronic Intrastriatal Dialytic Administration of Quinolinic Acid Produces Selective Neural Degeneration,”  Experimental Neurology 120 (1993), pp. 177-195.

Kaatz, K.W., Bazzett, T.J., and Albin, R.L., “A New, Simple Myelin Stain” Brain Research Bulletin vol. 29 (1992), pp. 697-8.

Young, A.B., Dauth, G.W., Hollingsworth, Z., Penney, J.B., Kaatz, K., and Gilman, S.  “Quisqualate- and NMDA-Sensitive [3H] Glutamate Binding in Primate Brain”  Journal of Neuroscience Research 27 (1990), pp. 512-521.