Associate Professor of History
Year Joined RCNJ: 2008
- Phone: (201) 684-7237
- Email: email@example.com
- Office: B-222
- Office Hours: W 4:30-7:30 pm; Also By Appt
- M.A., Indiana University
- Ph.D., Indiana University
- Introduction to U.S. History I
- Early American Religious History
- Colonial North America
- Era of the American Revolution
- Empire and Independence in the Americas.
- North America, Colonial and Revolutionary Periods
- Religion in the Atlantic World, Latin America
- Popular Religion in the American South
- Scottish and Irish Culture
- “Satan in the Pulpit: Popular Christianity During the Scottish Great Awakening, 1680–1750.” Journal of Social History 47, no. 2 (2013) 344–70.
- Review of Hofstra, Ed., Ulster to America: The Scots-Irish Migration Experience, 1680–1830.” Journal of Southern History 2 (2013)
- Review of Cashin, Edward J., Guardians of the Valley: Chickasaws in Colonial South Carolina and Georgia.” H-SC (H-Net: Humanities & Social Sciences Online) (2011)
- “Adjunct Faculty: A Buyer’s Market.” Organization of American Historians Newsletter 24 (1996): 1, 4, 10.
- Invisible Plantations: Religious Violence, Occult Healing, and Witchcraft in the Scottish Atlantic World, 1590-1820
- “From ‘The Bench of Witch Doctors’ to Judge Lynch: Popular Religion and Vigilante Violence in Early America, 1730-1830.” HGS Colloquium Series, Ramapo College. 2013.
- “Empirical Wonders: Sense and Faith at Scottish Revivals, 1690–1750” at the American Society of Church History meeting in San Diego, CA (co-convened with The American Historical Association’s annual meeting). 2010.
- “Satanic Migrations: The Transmission of Scottish Popular Religion to America,” Society of Early Americanists conference, Bermuda, UK. 2009.
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