Professor of History
Dean for Academic & Student Affairs
Office of Academic & Student Affairs
118 Hubbard Hall
P.O. Box 889
Lancaster, SC 29721
M-F 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
(By appointment and/or luck)
South Carolinian has fire in his head, comfort
in his middle, and a little lead in his feet. Proud
of his past, often scornful of innovations, he
is not willing to adapt unless thoroughly convinced
it is a good thing. Not given to the desperate
pursuit of wealth, he has time for pleasure and
humorous converse. His way of life is leisurely,
despite his slack economic habits; and though
he progresses slowly, he performs his daily task
to the accompaniment of a tune. He knows
his faults, at least many of them. He will
discuss and propose remedies--but woe to the
outsider who reminds him of them. The faults
of his State are as personal to him as a wart
on his nose."
Is the South Carolinian" in South Carolina: The WPA Guide
to the Palmetto State
|Doctor of Philosophy, History, University
of South Carolina - Columbia (1996)
|Master of Arts, History, University
of South Carolina - Columbia (1993)
|Bachelor of Arts, History, Wofford
College - Spartanburg (1989) -- Graduated summa
cum laude ; member, Phi Beta Kappa
Syllabi also available via Blackboard
from Ancient Times to the Mid-17th Century. (3) The
rise and development of European civilization from
its Mediterranean origins through the Renaissance
from the Mid-17th Century. (3) European development
and expansion from the mid-17th century to the present.
|History of the United
States from Discovery to the Present Day. (3) A
general survey of the United States from the era
of discovery to the present, emphasizing major political,
economic, social, and intellectual developments.
First semester: to 1865; second semester: since 1865.
Honors sections are available for students in the
||Civil War and Reconstruction,
1860-1877. (3) The political, military, and social
history of the War and the reorganization which followed.
||United States History
Since 1945. (3) A survey of the political, economic,
social, and cultural developments in the period after
World War II.
||The History of South
Carolina, 1670-1865. (3) A study of South Carolina
origins and developments.
||History of South
Carolina Since 1865. (3) A survey of recent South
Carolina history with emphasis on social and institutional
||The Old South. (3) Development
of Southern society and of the forces that made the
South a distinctive section of the United States.
||The New South. (3) Reconstruction,
the Bourbon era, agrarian revolt, industrial revolution,
racial problems, and the changes resulting from the
impact of two world wars and the New Deal (1865-1946).
||South Carolina Studies. (3) Reading
and writing about South Carolina from the perspective
of multiple disciplines, incorporating elements of the
student’s major and cognate.
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