HIS 202 (US History 2)
HIS 350 (The Am. Revolution)
Office Hours (Spring 02):
3:30-5, TTH 12:30-1:30, 3:30-4:30
Scholarly Interests: Southern history during Reconstruction
and the Gilded Age, emphasizing law, politics, and race.
Lawrence Friedman Outstanding Graduate Student Research
Award for Excellence in a Dissertation,Bowling Green U., 2001
Review of "At Freedom's Door: African-American Founding
Fathers and Lawyers in Reconstruction South Carolina" ed.
by James Lowell Underwood and W. Lewis Burke, Jr., South Carolina
Historical Magazine, 102, 4 (October 2001): 366-367.
Philosophy of Teaching: As a historian, my primary obligation
is to provide students with a foundation of knowledge about American
history and to encourage historical scholarship. In doing so I
seek to provide students with an understanding of how knowledge
and intellectual precision are part of the skills necessary for
fulfilling their mission in life.
119 Watkins Teaching Center / Phone: (864) 231-5796