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Dr. Jamie L.H. Goodall

Assistant Professor
Public History | School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Jamie Goodall
Contact
Office Hours
Varies by semester; available via email
Office Location
Learning Resource Commons (LRC) 005, Greenspring Campus Campus Map

Education

  • The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

Doctorate of Philosophy, History, Awarded May 2016
Dissertation: “Navigating the Atlantic World: Piracy, Illicit Trade, and the Construction of Commercial Networks, 1650-1791"

  • Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Master of Arts, Public History-Museum Studies, Awarded May 2010
Thesis: “Towards a New History: Iredell County, North Carolina”

  • Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

Bachelor of Arts, Archaeology/Anthropology, History, Awarded May 2008, Summa Cum Laude

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor of History, Stevenson University, (Autumn 2015-Present)

  • The U.S. Colonial America to 1877; The U.S. 1877-Present; Intro to Public History; Pirates of the Caribbean; World History 1500-Present; African American History; Research and Writing in History
  • Adjunct Instructor, Southern New Hampshire University, (Autumn 2015-Present)

    • Post-1945 American History; American Slavery
  • Teaching Associate, The Ohio State University, (Autumn 2010-Autumn 2015)

    • Launching America (online), America to 1877 (taught online and in the classroom), American Revolution and the New Nation, Historical Perspectives on Same-Sex Sexuality
  • Visiting Professor of History, DeVry University-Columbus, (January 2012-June 2012)

    • History of the World Post-1945 (Hybrid learning: online and classroom)
  • Adjunct Professor of History, DeVry University-Columbus, (July 2011-December 2011)

    • History of the World Post-1945 (Hybrid learning: online and classroom)
  • Teaching Assistant, Appalachian State University, (Fall 2008-Spring 2010)

    • World Civilizations I & II (1500-Present Day), American History (Columbus to Clinton)

 

  • Subject Matter Expert, WiseWire, Summer 2016—I wrote and revised several history essays for WiseWire’s Gale Researcher, a digital product aimed at undergraduate students or students in Advance Placement and International Baccalaureate high school courses, which provides scholarly introductions to core topics in a variety of disciplines.
  • Judge, American Legion: Maryland State, February 2016—I served as a judge for the Maryland State finals of the American Legion Oratorical Scholarship Contest
  • Academic Consultant, McGraw-Hill Education, Spring 2016—I reviewed the content and rigor of twenty chapters/lessons covering Early Modern Europe, the Napoleonic period, and the early Industrial Revolution for an undergraduate history textbook.
  • Subject Matter Expert, Cengage Learning, Spring 2016—I revised textbook essays on early American history topics for Gale, a division of Cengage Learning, for a series of eBooks targeted at undergraduates. 
  • Owner/Editor, JamieGoodall.com, March 2014-Present—I design, edit, and maintain my personal webpage
  • Book Reviews Editor & Contributor, BritishNavalHistory.com, Spring 2014-Present—Manage the Book Reviews section of the website, including submissions, editing, layout, and organization. Also serve as the U.S. outreach representative and post monthly blogs.
  • Freelance Editor/Contributor, McGraw-Hill Education, Spring 2013-Spring 2015— occasionally do freelance work whenever needed. I helped design online Learning Resource modules for AP history practice exams and edit chapters in an International World History textbook.
  • Contributor, The American Yawp, Fall 2013—Wrote a segment on piracy and privateering during the American Revolution
  • Transcriber/Editor, MarineLives.org, 2012-2015—Transcribed primary manuscripts from the High Court of Admiralty, London, 1650-1669.
  • Graduate Assistant, Center for Historical Research, Fall 2011, The Ohio State University
  • Research Assistant/Editor, 2010-2011, Dr. Antonio Bly, Appalachian State University
  • Referee Editor, 2010-2011, Southern Historian: A Journal of Southern History
  • Archives Intern, Summer 2009, Brownsville Historical Association

Research

Research Interests include: Piracy, Economic History, Illicit Economies, Maritime History/Archaeology, Military History, the Atlantic World, the Caribbean-Atlantic, Early Modern History

Selected Conferences:

  • 49th Annual Association of Caribbean Historians Meeting; Tobago-Accepted to present “Piracy, Slavery, and Clandestine Trade: Transitioning to a Plantation Economy in the Caribbean-Atlantic” May 14-19, 2017
  • 12th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics; Boone, NC-Invited to chair a panel and commented on a presenter’s paper; April 1-2, 2017
  • 2017 Paul D. Lack Scholar’s Showcase; Stevenson University-Presented “Tippling Houses, Rum Shops, & Taverns: How Alcohol Fueled Informal Commercial Networks and Knowledge Exchange in the West Indies” February 24, 2017
  • New York University Atlantic Workshop: Experimentation & Expertise; New York City, NY-Presented “Tippling Houses, Rum Shops, & Taverns: How Alcohol Fueled Informal Commercial Networks and Knowledge Exchange in the West Indies” May 5-6, 2016
  • 11th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics; Boone, NC-Chaired a panel and commented on a presenter’s paper; April 16-17, 2016
  • 2016 Paul D. Lack Scholar’s Showcase; Stevenson University-Presented “Piracy, Slavery, and Clandestine Trade: Transitioning to a Plantation Economy” February 26, 2016
  • The Hakluyt Society Conference: Maritime Trade, Travel and Cultural Encounter in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries; Hull, England-Presented “Tippling Houses, Rum Shops, & Taverns: How Alcohol Fueled Informal Commercial Networks and Knowledge Exchange in the West Indies” November 13-14, 2015
  • 10th Annual Appalachian Spring Conference in World History and Economics; Boone, NC-Presented “Wreckers, Pirates, and Smugglers: The Implementation, Regulation, and Suppression of Illicit Entrepôt Trade” April 10-11, 2015
  • 38th Annual Economic and Business History Society Conference; Tremont Plaza Hotel, Baltimore, Maryland-Presenting “‘For I scorn to do anyone a mischief, when it is not for my advantage.’: The Relationship between Pirates, Colonists, and Illicit Trade” May 23-25, 2013
  • 2013 Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies; Lehman College, New York-Presenting “‘I am bound…with a design of making my own fortune…’: Piracy, Entrepreneurship, and the Construction of Commercial Empires” March 23-24, 2013
  • 17th Annual Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture Conference; New Paltz, New York-Presenting “To Trade or Not To Trade?: The Effect of Piracy and Privateering on International Trade Relations in the 16th Century Atlantic World” June 17-19, 2011
  • Southwestern Historical Association Annual Meeting/Conference; Houston, TX-Presented “Pirates vs. Privateers: A Comparative Study of Sir Francis Drake and Sir Henry Morgan” April 2, 2010
  • The College of William and Mary Graduate Research Symposium; Williamsburg, VA-Presented “Towards a New History: Iredell County, North Carolina” March 26, 2010
  • 4th Annual Spring Conference in World History and Economics; Boone, NC-Presented “Pirates vs. Privateers: A Comparative Study of Sir Francis Drake and Sir Henry Morgan” April 18, 2009

Publications

  • “Tippling Houses, Rum Shops, & Taverns: How Alcohol Fueled Informal Commercial Networks and Knowledge Exchange in the West Indies”-Journal of Maritime History, Special Issue: Pirates and Piracy, November 2016
  •  “The Pirate and the Privateer: A Comparative Study of Sir Francis Drake and Sir Henry Morgan”-Greensboro Historical Review 2010

Teaching

The U.S. Colonial America-Present

Intro to Public History

Pirates of the Caribbean

World History 1500-Present

African American History

Research and Writing in History (Writing Intensive)

Post-1945 American History

American Slavery

American Revolution and the New Nation

Historical Perspectives on Same-Sex Sexuality

History of the World Post-1945

Highlights

Awards and Honors

  • Retrieving the American Past Award, 2014
  • Bradley Foundation Fellow, 2013-2014
  • College of Arts and Humanities Small Research Grant from The Ohio State University, Autumn 2012
  • Helen and Harold Kapiloff Research Award, 2012
  • Philip Poirier Award, 2012
  • Bradley Foundation Fellow, 2012-2013
  • Mershon Center for International Security Studies Research Grant, Spring 2012
  • College of Arts and Humanities Small Research Grant from The Ohio State University, Winter 2011
  • Cratis D. Williams Honor Society in recognition of the top 1% of all Appalachian State University graduate students and their academic achievements
  • Passed Master’s Comprehensive Exams at Appalachian State University with Distinction
  • Clara Dougherty Brown Scholarship for Outstanding Public History Graduate Students, 2009-2010

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