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Hilary N. Green

Assistant Professor, History & Political Science

Hilary N. Green
Office: 263 Moore Hall
Address: Campus Box 848
(252) 335-3602
Fax: (252) 335-3683

Education: • Ph. D., August 2010, History, University of North Carolina, Chapel, Hill, NC Dissertation: Educational Reconstruction: African-American Education in the Urban South, 1865-1890. Advisor: Heather A. Williams. Major Field: United States History; Second Field: Global History.

• M.A., May 2003, History, Tufts University, Medford, MA Thesis: “I feel so anxious to learn”: The Role of African Americans in Virginia’s Educational Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Advisor: Gerald R. Gill.

• B.A., May 1999, History with Departmental Honors, Africana Studies Minor, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. Senior Thesis: Free Black Resistance in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1804-1851.

Teaching: US History; Global History, Civil War and Reconstruction, and African American History

Research Interests: I am interested in the Civil War and Reconstruction period, specifically the African American experience as well as education. But more broadly, I examine questions about race, class, and gender in Southern and US history.