Fred C. Smith
Visiting Assistant Professor
Fred C. Smith earned his Ph. D. at the University of Southern Mississippi in 2008. After tenures at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and at Lambuth University, he is Visiting Assistant Professor of History for the calendar year 2012.
Fred’s first book, a study of southern plain folk and the Great Depression is under final revision for publication by the University Press of Mississippi. In addition to his work on depression era plain folk, Fred has published several book reviews and articles on the Pittston Coal Strike, the Tupelo Homesteads, and Delta Cooperative Farm. He is currently conducting research for a biography of social and political activist, Gardner Pat Jackson.