304 Humber-White House
20th Century U.S.
Cultural History of the U.S.
Business and Technology
The American South in the 20th Century, co-editor
'Autos May Come and Autos May Go---But The Horse Will Be With Us Forever': The Rock Hill Buggy Company and Changing Technology, 1900-1915," Paper presented at the 25th Symposium of the International Committee for the History of Technology, and forthcoming in Achse, Rad, und Wagen, a German journal of transportation history.
"The Monroe Rifle Club: Finding Justice in an 'Ungodly and Social Jungle Called Dixie," in Lethal Imagination: Violence and Brutality in American History, Michael A. Bellesilles, Editor. (New York: New York University Press, 1999).
"Made in Dixie But....The Anderson Motor Company and the Problems of Financing and Acceptance of a Southern Made Automobile," Selected Papers from the American Automobile Industry - Past, Present, Future Conference at the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village in conjunction with The Society of Automotive Historians, September 5-8, 1996 in Automotive History Review, Vol. 32 (Spring, 1998).
"Cooperation in the South: Efforts to Control the Price of Cotton." In Essays in Economic and Business History, Vol. XII, Edwin J. Perkins, Editor. Los Angeles: Department of History, University of Southern California, for the Economic and Business Historical Society, (Summer, 1994).
HIST 2112 United States Since 1877
HIST 1132 World Civilizations II
HIST 3001 Historical Research and Writing
HIST 4410 Topics in American Social History
HIST 4620 The South Since Reconstruction
HIST 4625 The U.S. Between the World Wars
HIST 4630 The United States Since 1945
HIST 4660 History of Urban America
HIST 4670 History of Violence in America
HIST 4680 The Automobile in American Culture
The Rise of the Modern Southern Military Economy: Ft. Stewart and the Transformation of Rural Georgia, 1939-1974. Under contract, University of Georgia Press, Economy and Society in the Modern South Series.
The Detroit of the South: John Gary Anderson and Southern Industrialization, 1861-1926. Manuscript under consideration at the University of South Carolina Press, Alex Moore, Acquisitions Editor.
The Anderson Motor Company
The Impact of Federal Spending: The Creation of Camp Stewart in Coastal Georgia 1939-1950
Awards, Fellowships, and Grants:
Georgia Humanities Council mini-grant for GAH annual conference participation (2010)
Georgia Humanities Council
NEH Planning Grant for Museum Exhibits—co-author (2008)
Atlanta History Center
Georgia Governor’s Teaching Fellow (2006-2007)
Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia
Georgia College Faculty Research Grant (2002, 2003 and 2007)
Smithsonian Institution, “On the Road-Farm Life” traveling exhibit grant (2007)
Co-author and advisor, Eatonton-Putnam County ‘Old School’ Museum
Georgia Humanities Council Grant (2006-2007)
“Georgia in the Twentieth Century: Looking at the Past and Considering the Future”
Georgia Humanities Council Grant (2005)
"‘We the People: Learning How to Study American History Using the National History Day Competitions a Model’”
GC Foundation Teaching Award (2004)
Georgia Humanities Council Grant (2003)
“Revelations: Flannery O’Connor, the Visionary and the Vernacular”
Georgia Humanities Council Grant (2001)
“The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia: A Death Penalty Symposium”
Arthur H. Cole Research Grant (1999)
Economic History Association
Archie K. Davis Fellowship (1999-2000)
The North Caroliniana Society, Wilson Library Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Alfred D. Chandler, Jr. Traveling Fellowship (1996-1997)
Harvard University, Graduate School of Business Administration Cambridge, Massachusetts
Institute for Southern Studies Research Fellow (1995-1996)
The University of South Carolina Columbia, South Carolina
Center for the History of Business, Technology & Society Research Grant (1996)
Hagley Museum and Library
Albert J. Beveridge Research Grant (1995)
American Historical Association Washington, D.C.
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