After 15 years of historic restoration in tile and stone work, I returned to get my MA in US History in 2009 at Western Carolina University, focusing on Cherokee studies and Native American preachers. At UGA, as a student of Claudio Saunt, I have expanded my research to include the Carribean. I focus on Moravian communities that included Indians, slaves, runaway slaves, and German and English-speaking missionaries. Using hymnology as a historical lens, I explore the ways Christian theology was translated into relevant spiritual practices for indigenous and enslaved peoples during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
History at Work
the Department's guide to your post-college career
Summer Program in Public History
apply to learn and intern in Washington, DC
Our Amazing Student Kathryn Veale
We already knew our Master's history student Kathryn Veale is amazing. Read the entire article about Kathryn on the UGA web site.
was founded at UGA by historians Claudio Saunt and Stephen Berry in the belief that new technologies make possible a new kind of humanities research
History service projects
History students volunteered for service projects this year cleaning and restoring the grounds at local historic African American cemeteries.