Ms. Dusty Marie Dye

 

(M.A., University of West Georgia, 2011; Instructor)
18th Century America, Public History

 

Ms. Dye received her M.A. in History from the University of West Georgia in the summer of 2011. Her thesis, Marketplace of Death: Mourning Culture in Eighteenth Century South Carolina, focused on the funereal customs of South Carolina before, during, and after the American Revolution. Ms. Dye has also worked on several public history projects, including exhibits at Berry College and Oakland Cemetery and a forthcoming compact disc album documenting African American shape-note singing traditions in the West Georgia region.

 

 

Office: Pafford 105A
E-Mail: ddye@westga.edu

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Fall 2013 Syllabi and Materials

History 2111: American History to 1865

Primary Source Reflection Paper Guidelines

 

 

Past Course Offerings and Syllabi

History 2111: American History to 1865 (Fall 2013)

History 1111: World Civilization to 1500 Syllabus

History 2111-04: American History to 1865

History 2111-07: American History to 1865

History 2111-03: American History to 1865