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Michael Law

Title: Part-Time Faculty
Phone: 706-310-6253

Office: Administration Building 202, Oconee
Areas of Expertise: Labor, American South


Michael Law is a specialist in the history of labor education, and the U.S. South. He is the author and co-author of numerous publications. He is currently an archivist at the University of Georgia.

Courses Taught

 HIST 1112: World History II; HIST 2112: Survey of U.S. History II


  • Ph.D., U.S. History, Auburn University, 2014 (Projected)
  • MLIS, Library and Information Science, Valdosta State University, 2012
  • 2009, History/Archival Administration, Auburn University, M.A.
  • B.A., History and Russian Studies, University of Arkansas, 2001


“The Vanderbilt Radicals: Highlander Folk School, The Southern Tenant Farmers Union, and the Social Gospel in the Depression South” in The Journal of East Tennessee History (Forthcoming, 2013).

“Functional Analysis and the Reappraisal of Faculty Papers: A Practical Application (with Greg Schmidt),” Provenance 30 (2012).

Work Experience

Adjunct Instructor, History Department, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 2008; Archival  Assistant, Archives and Special Collections, Auburn University, Auburn, AL, 12/2006-6/2009

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