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Michael Todd Landis, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Board Member, Historians Against Slavery
Contact Information
Email:mlandis@tarleton.edu
Office:O.A. Grant Humanities, Room 345
Phone:254-968-9027

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Courses Offered

Undergraduate
  • HIST 1301 US History to 1877 ()
  • HIST 1302 HNRS, US History Since 1877 ()
  • HIST 3312 Antebellum America, 1815-1860 ()
  • HIST 3313 Civil War & Reconstruction, 1860-1877 ()
  • HIST 4315 Slavery and the American South ()
  • HIST 4350 Police & Race in America ()
  • HIST 4385 Disney's America ()
Graduate
  • Antebellum America, 1815-1860 ()
  • Civil War & Reconstruction, 1860-1877 ()
  • Politics of the 1850s ()

collapse Research and Scholarly Activities

Publications

Professional Affiliations & Accreditations

Degrees

  • Ph.D., History, The George Washington University, 2011
  • M.A., History, Boston University, 2002
  • B.A., History & Political Science, Boston University, 2001

Graduate Group Memberships

  • Tarleton State University Graduate Faculty Status
  • Texas A&M University System Graduate Faculty Status

Michael Todd Landis, Ph.D.

Academic Specialties: American Civil War, Antebellum America, Slavery, American South, Politics & Political Parties, Historical Memory

Dr. Landis is currently working on his second book, Cornerstone of the Confederacy: Slavery, Power, & Ideology in Civil War Georgia, which explores Georgia's troubled experience with secession, the Confederacy, and emancipation.