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Joshua Haynes

Early America, Native America, Violence and the State

Part-Time Instructor
Ph.D., University of Georgia, 2013

Office: 332 LeConte
Office Hours: email for appointment
jhaynes@uga.edu

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Joshua S. Haynes recently has been offered an advance contract on his manuscript entitled "Patrolling the Border: Theft and Violence on the Creek-Georgia Frontier, 1770-1796." He has presented his research at several conferences, has taught the survey and upper level undergraduate courses, and has won multiple teaching and research awards including a research grant from the American Philosophical Society's Phillips Fund for Native American research.

Research and Teaching Interests

[Early America]
[Native American]
[U.S. South]
[War and Diplomacy]

Dissertation

"Patrolling the Border: Theft and Violence on the Creek-Georgia Frontier, 1770-1796," supervised by Dr. Claudio Saunt (2013)

Selected Publications

"Constructing Authenticity: The Indian Arts and Crafts Board and the Eastern Band of Cherokees, 1935-1985," in Native South, ed. (, Fall 2010) More Info

Honors and Awards

Thomas Pleasant Vincent Sr. History Scholarship, UGA History Department, Presented to a distinguished graduate student with interest in Georgia history (2012)

Phillips Fund Research Grant, American Philosophical Society (2012)

Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship, UGA Graduate School (2012)

Gregory Fund Research Grant, UGA History Department (2012)

Courses Taught

HIST2111: U.S. History to 1865 [Syllabus]

HIST3050: American Indian History to 1840 [Syllabus]

HIST3051: American Indian History since 1840 [Syllabus]

HIST4480: The Indians of the Old South [Syllabus]

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