18th c. southeastern Indians; theft and violence on the Creek-Georgia frontier, 1773-1812
Graduate Teaching Assistant
M.A., University of Mississippi, 2001
Office: 332 LeConte
Joshua S. Haynes is currently completing his dissertation focused on theft and violence on the Creek-Georgia frontier between 1770 and 1796. He has presented his research at several conferences, has taught the survey and upper level undergraduate courses, and recently won multiple awards including a research grant from the American Philosophical Society's Phillips Fund for Native American research.