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Joseph McGraw: School of Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty

Joseph McGraw , J.D.

Adjunct Professor
Public History | School of Humanities and Social Sciences


J.D., University of Baltimore

M.A., University of Virginia

B.A. summa cum laude (Phi Beta Kappa), University of Virginia


Principal fields of research in American History are the Civil War, the Gilded Age, the Progressive Era, the Roaring Twenties, and the Great Depression.  Other research interests include religion in American History and the history of the National Parks.


World History II

U.S. History II

The American Civil War

Riches, Radicals & Reformers:  U.S. 1877-1920

Boom & Bust:  U.S. 1920-1939

Religion in U.S. History

America's National Parks:  What Our Parks Say About Our History & its Interpretation

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