Dr. John Barrington
Associate Professor of History, Department Chair
Furman Hall 200E

Contact Information: 864.294.2022  
john.barrington@furman.edu

Fall 2011 Office Hours:

          MWF          11:30-12:30
  W                3:30-6:00   
  TR              11:30-3:00

Fall 2011 Courses:

          HST 121-01 Early North America to 1877
(MWF - FUR 204) 10:30-11:20

          HST 141  Colonial Latin America
(MWF - FUR 204) 12:30-1:20

Education:

Ph.D.          College of William and Mary 
M.A.           College of William and Mary 
B.A.            St. John's College (Oxford University)

Courses Taught:

HST 121: North America and the United States to 1877 
HST 141: Colonial Latin America 
HST 221: American (U.S.) Revolution 
HST 475: Senior Seminar in History

 

Scholarly Interests:

Colonial America 
Latin America

 

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