Instructor

Biography

Fields of Study: U.S. Political History, Gay and Lesbian History, Public History

Richard Primuth hails from the great state of Wisconsin (Go Packers!) where he earned his BA in History while minoring in Anthropology. He then earned his MA and a Certificate in Museum Studies at the University of West Georgia before spending several years of further study at the University of South Florida. His areas of interest include the history of sexuality and Public History. He currently teaches at UWG as an Instructor in the History Department.

Education / Degrees

  • B.A., History, University of Wisconsin-Parkside, 2007
  • M.A., History, University of West Georgia, 2009
  • Graduate Certificate, Museum Studies, University of West Georgia, 2009
  • Courses Taught
  • Course Sections and Syllabi

    Fall 2017 Sections

    Spring 2017 Sections

    • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: 06
    • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: 07

    Fall 2016 Sections

    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 03
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 04

    Spring 2016 Sections

    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 03
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 04

    Fall 2015 Sections

    Spring 2015 Sections

    Fall 2014 Sections

    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 01
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02

    Spring 2014 Sections

    • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: LXL
    • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: L2L
    • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: 07

    Fall 2013 Sections

    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: L2I
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: LXI
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 06

    Spring 2013 Sections

    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: LXI
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: L2I
    • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 04
  • Publication List

    “Ronald Reagan’s Use of Race in the 1976 and 1980 Presidential Elections,” Georgia Historical Quarterly (Volume C Number 1, 2016).

    “Vampires Are Us,” The Gay and Lesbian Review Worldwide (March-April 2014).