678-839-6044
kpacholl@westga.edu

Technology Learning Center - Room 3244
Office Hours
SPRING 2023

HIST 2111 Douglasville Campus: 8:30-9:30am

HIST 2111 Newnan Campus: 12:00-12:30pm

Virtual/Online: T 1:00-5:00pm
(I am not teaching at the Carrollton Campus Spring 2023)

*and by appointment

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Keith Pacholl, Ph.D.

Fields of Study: Colonial America; American Revolution; Early Republic; American Political, Social, Cultural, and Religious History.

Dr. Pacholl's research examines the influences of the Enlightenment on religion, class, gender, consumerism, and print culture in 18th-century American society. He is currently working on a project that looks at the intersection of religion and politics in the Early Republic. He is currently serves as a Faculty Fellow for the Institute for Faculty Excellence (IFE) at UWG. 

  • B.A., History, California State University, Fullerton, 1990
  • M.A., History, California State University, Fullerton, 1992
  • Ph.D., History, University of California, Riverside, 2002

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Fall 2021 Sections

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Fall 2020 Sections

Summer 2020 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E02
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 1AG
  • HIST-6481 (Am Revolution Print Culture) Section: E01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: E04

Spring 2020 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 01G
  • HIST-6283 (Continuing Research) Section: E02
  • HIST-6687 (Political World Early America) Section: E02
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: E01

Fall 2019 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E04
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 03G
  • HIST-3500 (War & Conflict Early America) Section: 02W
  • HIST-6481 (Social/Cult Hist Early America) Section: E01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: E01

Summer 2019 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E05
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E03
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 03G
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 01D
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 02D

Spring 2019 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E02
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 01G
  • HIST-4453 (The New American Rep,1783-1815) Section: 01

Fall 2018 Sections

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

Summer 2018 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E04
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-4481 (Political Econ.ofthe Early Rep) Section: E02

Spring 2018 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 01G
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02
  • HIST-4452 (The Amer Revolution,1763-1783) Section: 01
  • HIST-4481 (The American Revolution) Section: E01
  • HIST-5452 (American Revolution, 1763-1783) Section: 01

Fall 2017 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E03
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 25H
  • HIST-4478 (American Religion to 1800) Section: 01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 02

Summer 2017 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-4485 (The Revolutionary War) Section: E01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 02

Spring 2017 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 07

Fall 2016 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-4451 (Colonial America, 1492-1763) Section: 01
  • HIST-5451 (Colonial America, 1492-1763) Section: 01

Summer 2016 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 05G
  • HIST-2112 (U S History II (since 1865)) Section: E01
  • HIST-4485 (Social Unrest & Popular Uprisi) Section: E01

Spring 2016 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 01G
  • HIST-6687 (War & Conflict in Erly America) Section: 01

Fall 2015 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 04G
  • HIST-3500 (War&ConflictInEarlyAmerica) Section: 01W

Summer 2015 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E01

Spring 2015 Sections

  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: EAB
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: E02
  • HIST-2111 (U S History I (to 1865)) Section: 02G
  • HIST-4453 (The New American Rep,1783-1815) Section: 01
  • HIST-5453 (New Americn Republic,1783-1815) Section: 01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 13

“Between God and our own Souls: The Discussion over Toleration in EighteenthCentury America,” in The Lively Experiment: The Story of Religious Toleration in America from Roger Williams to the Present (New York: Rowman &Littlefield, 2015)

“Education, Religion, and the State in Postrevolutionary America,” in Religion and the State: Europe and North America in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (2012)

"American Access to Periodical Literature in the Eighteenth Century," The International Journal of the Book, vol. 4, no. 4 (2007).

“'Let both sexes be carefully instructed:' Educating Youth in Colonial Philadelphia," in Children in Colonial America. James Marten, ed. (New York: NYU Press, 2006)

“'The Bulwark of Liberty:' Periodicals, Religion, and the Fate of America" Sacred History, vol. 2, no. 2, (March/April 2006)

"Saratoga and the Franco-American Alliance," in History in Dispute: The American Revolution. Keith Krawczynski, ed. (Detroit: St. James Press, 2003)