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Josh Haynes

Dr. Josh Haynes

Assistant Professor

Bio

Dr. Haynes is an ethnohistorian who researches, publishes, and teaches early American and Native American history focusing on themes such as colonialism, violence, and state formation. Dr. Haynes’s new book, _Patrolling the Border: Theft and Violence on the Creek-Georgia Border, 1770-1796_, was published by the University of Georgia Press in spring 2018. Dr. Haynes has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in early American and Native American history at several institutions. Courses taught recently include The American Revolution, The Native American South, American Indian History to 1840, American Indian History since 1840, War and Captivity in Native American Society, U.S. History to 1877, and World History since 1500.

  • Early American History, Native American History (PHD) - University of Georgia (2013)
  • Southern Studies (MA) - University of Mississippi (2001)
  • BA - Tulane University (1995)

Undergraduate:
World Civilizations since 1500 (face-to-face and online)
U.S. History to 1877
American Indian History to 1840
American Indian History since 1840
The Native South to 1865
Race in Early American History
The American Revolution
War and Captivity in Native American Societies

Graduate:
Ethnohistory
Public History
Vast Early America

  • Patrolling the Border: Theft and Violence on the Creek-Georgia Fronter, 1770-1796, 2018
  • Effective College Instruction
  • American Society for Ethnohistory
  • Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
  • Organization of American Historians
  • Society for Military History
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

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Contact Me

Liberal Arts Building (LAB) 471 map

Hattiesburg

Email
Joshua.HaynesFREEMississippi

Phone
601.266.6196

Areas of Expertise

Early American History, Native American History, the Native South