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Kirk Willis

Modern Britain

Associate Professor and Honors Advisor
Ph.D. Wisconsin 1982

Office: 124 LeConte
Office Hours: MW 11-12 & by appt
Phone: (706) 542-2480

kw@uga.edu

Kirk Willis is working on a book manuscript on British nuclear culture since 1945.

 

Research and Teaching Interests

[Europe-Modern]
[War and Diplomacy]

Courses Taught

FRES1020: Freshman Seminar [Syllabus]

FYOS1001: First-Year Odyssey Seminar [Syllabus]

HIST2302: History of Western Society Since 1500 [Syllabus]

HIST3030: History of Canada

HIST3372: English History Since 1660 [Syllabus]

HIST4382: Britain from the Age of Revolution to the Age of Victoria, 1780-1900

HIST4383: Britain 1901 to the Present [Syllabus]

HIST4385H: Nuclear Culture: Images, Attitudes, Controversies [Syllabus]

HIST4990: Senior Seminar [Syllabus]

MA Theses Supervised

Eglin, John Arthur, "A Minor Patriot: Beorge Bubb Dodington and the Politics of Opposition 1727-1751" (1989)

Andrews, Julia Ellen, "Godly Politics: The Significance and Influence of the General Assemblies of the Church of Scotland 1638-1643" (1988)

Owens, Janet Marie Waters, "British Impressions of Traditional China, 1792 to 1840" (1986)

Moore, Kathryn Louise, "Feminist Influences on Socialism: The Fabian Women's Group, 1908-1914" (1985)

Ross, Elizabeth Ann, "British Attitudes Toward the Bolshevik Revolution, 1917" (1983)

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