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Craig Thompson Friend

Professor, Director of Public History

SPRING 2014 SYLLABI

HI 251

HI 459/559

GRADUATE STUDENTS

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.

Graduate Advisees

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

Contact Information

  • Office Location

    368 Withers Hall

  • Phone: 919.513.2227
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Website: Craig Thompson Friend's Website
  • Office Hours

    SPRING 2014

    T H 11:15-12:00 pm, and 3:00-4:00 pm

 

Current Semester

HI 251-001
EARLY AMER HIST
T H   1015-1105
WI 232A

HI 459-001
EARLY AMER REPUB
T H   130-245PM
WI 160

HI 559-001
EARLY AMER REPUB
T H   130-245PM
WI 160

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350 Withers Hall, Campus Box 8108, Raleigh, NC 27695-8108
Phone: 919.515.2483 Fax: 919.515.3886
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College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of History