Adam Pratt, Ph.D.
Dr. Pratt was named visiting assistant professor of history. He was previously an adjunct instructor at Louisiana State University and Baton Rouge Community College. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Clemson University and master’s and doctoral degrees from Louisiana State University. His research interests include the Jacksonian America and the Civil War. Papers he has presented include “Georgia’s Gubernatorial Election of 1831 and the Politics of Whiteness,”and ‘A curious compound of the hero and the dandy’: George Armstrong Custer, the Cavalier Image, and Southern Masculinity in the Postwar South.” He resides in Scranton.