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The History, Anthropology, & Philosophy Department at the University of North Georgia (UNG) is proud to have several students who have successfully completed the MA program in History since its creation in 2009. Some students have continued on to Ph.D. programs.

Degrees Awarded 2014

Robert Baker “From the First to the American Way” (Drs. Van Sickle, Smith, Whittemore).

Heather Welch “A Matter of Bodies: Gendered Responses to Economic Incentives in the Holocaust and Argentina's Dirty War” (Drs. Byers, Spike, C. Harris).

Sarah Hyde, “Democratization and Political Realignment in Antebellum South Carolina” (Drs.Van Sickle, Connolly, Smith).

Degrees Awarded 2012

Donna Hamil, “The Mongol Khatuns: Political Agency and Cultural Adaptation of Royal Women in the Expanding Mongol Empire” (Drs. May, Hightower, Proulx).

Sarah Harris.  American History, non-Thesis track.

Jonathan C. Harton, “In the Shadow of Mountains: Civil War Archaeology and Memory in Northwest Georgia” (Drs. Smith, Van Sickle, Spike).

Peter Kravchenko, “Modeling History: The Omni-Narrative and Unified Event Narrative”

(Drs. Byers, Van Sickle, Proulx).

Winston Glen Kyle, “Forged in Conflict: The Role of War in the Development of Atlanta 1861-1946” (Drs. Smith, Van Sickle, Byers).

Ronald Martz.  Military History, non-Thesis track.

Laura Mullins.  World History, non-Thesis track.

Joshua Sasser.  World History, non-Thesis track.

John Thompson, “World War I and Indigenous Identity” (Drs. Spike, May, Wynn, Byers).

Degrees Awarded 2011

Dennis Bagwell.  Military History, non-Thesis.

Ross Burger, “The Rhetoric of Blitzkrieg(Drs. Byers, May, Bennet).

Jonathon Harton, “In the Shadow of Mountains: Civil War Archaeology and Memory in Northwest Georgia” (Drs. Smith, Van Sickle, Spike).

Jamie Myers Mize, " ‘Instances of Wanton Cruelty and Barbarity’: The Evolution of Martial Culture in 18th Century North America” (Drs. Van Sickle, Kim, Spike).

James Wolfe Jr, “Early Elizabethan Piracy: 1558-1568” (Drs. Van Sickle, Spike, Bricker).

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