Craig Thompson Friend
Professor, Director of Public History
SPRING 2014 SYLLABI
Professor Friend accepts graduate students working on thesis topics related to the early American republic (1783-1861), the American frontiers, the American South, gender studies, public memory, and public history.
Recent Work & Publications
- The Buzzel About Kentuck: Settling the Promised Land. University Press of Kentucky, 1999 ed. .
- Southern Manhood: Perspectives on Masculinity in the Old South. University of Georgia Press, 2004 ed. with Lorri Glover
- Along the Maysville Road: The Early American Republic in the Trans-Appalachian West. University of Tennessee Press, 2005
- Southern Masculinity: Persepctives on Manhood in the South since Reconstruction. University of Georgia Press, 2009 ed. .
- Family Values in the Old South. University Press of Florida, 2009 ed. with Anya Jabour
- Kentucke’s Frontiers. Indiana University Press, 2010 -- WINNER 2011 KENTUCKY GOVERNOR'S AWARD
President, Mordecai Historic Park advisory committee, City of Raleigh, 2007-2008
Chief researcher and writer, Cultural Resources survey, 1998-99, Ft. Necessity/National Road NP
Coordinator, Many Voices—One Story? Public History Narratives of Native American and African American Histories, 2010
Researcher and writer, Cultural Resources Survey, 1991, Cherokee National Forest
Chief researcher and writer, Historical By-ways on the Information Highway project, Orlando, 2003-05
Coordinator, Andrews Johnson Bicentennial Symposium, Mordecai Historic Park, Raleigh, 2008
Consultant, Kentucky History Center Museum, 1995-96
Representative, National American Heritage Commission, Commonwealth of Kentucky, 1998-2000