Dr. Daniel Williams

 

(Ph.D., Brown University, 2005; Associate Professor)

Modern U.S.; American Politics; American Religion

 

Dr. Williams's research focuses on the intersection between politics and religion in modern America. He is the author of God’s Own Party: The Making of the Christian Right (Oxford University Press, 2010), as well as several articles that examine the history of American evangelicalism and the rise of political conservatism in the postwar United States. He is currently working on his second book project, a history of the pro-life movement.

 

Office: TLC 3207

Phone: 678-839-6046

email: dkw@westga.edu

 

Curriculum Vitae

 

Fall 2014 Syllabi and Course Material

History 2112: US History from 1865 to the Present

History 4479: American Religion since 1800

History 5479: American Religion since 1800

History 4484W: Senior Seminar

 

Past Course Offerings and Syllabi

History 6687: American Religion and Politics 

History 4210: Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity

History 5210: Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity

HIST 4473W: Recent America (Fall 2013)

HIST 5473: Recent America (Fall 2013)

History 3361: American Diplomacy (Spring 2013)

History 4485 - 02W: Global History of Christianity (Spring 2013)

History 5485: Global History of Christianity (Spring 2013)

History 6684: Historiograpy (Fall 2012)

History 6687: Liberalism and Conservatism in Postwar America (Spring 2011) 

History 3361W: American Diplomacy (Spring 2010)

History 4485: U.S. Politics Since 1900 (Spring 2009)

History 5485: U.S. Politics Since 1900 (Spring 2009)

History 4485: U.S. Politics Since 1933 (Spring 2007)

History 4485: History of American Religion Since 1865 (Fall 2006)

History 5485: History of American Religion Since 1865 (Fall 2006)