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Don H. Doyle

McCausland Professor of History
Office: 231 Gambrell Hall
(803) 777-6068
don.doyle@sc.edu  


B.A. University of California, Davis (1967)
Ph.D. Northwestern University (1973)

 
 

Teaches United States history and has a special interest in the Civil War era, the American South, and nationalism in the Americas and Europe.

Professor Doyle teaches undergraduate courses on nationalism, the American history survey, and a course on Faulkner and Southern History. He also teaches graduate seminars on US history in the nineteenth century.

His publications include:

  • The Social Order of a Frontier Community
  • Nashville in the New South
  • Nashville Since the 1920s
  • New Men, New Cities, New South
  • The South as an American Problem (co-edited with Larry Griffin)
  • Faulkner's County: The Historical Roots of Yoknapatawph
  • Nations Divided: America, Italy, and the Southern Question
  • Nationalism in the New World (co-edited with Marco Pamplona)
  • Secession as an International Phenomenon, a collection of essays 

Current Activities

I was on leave as a fellow at the National Humanities Center in 2011-12 and am finishing a book on “America’s International Civil War,” which views the war as part of a wider historic struggle over the future of democracy and human equality.

Professor Doyle's c.v. is located here.


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