Hector Montford
Assistant Professor of History
Email: hmontford@ccga.edu
Office: ACN 111

Education:
PhD., Auburn University
MA, University of West Florida
BS, Florida State University

Areas of Interest:
US History since 1865
Latin American History
Public History/Archival Studies
Cold War History

About: Dr. Hector Montford teaches US and Latin American history courses at the College of Coastal Georgia. His research interests include US and Latin American diplomacy in the twentieth Century, US foreign policy and American culture during the Cold War, and Public History. For his dissertation, “The Best of Friends and Neighbors: The USIA and American Public Diplomacy Strategy in Cuba, 1953-1962,” Dr. Montford examined the US government’s public diplomacy program in the years before, during, and just after the Cuban Revolution. As a Public Historian, Dr. Montford has worked, interned, and volunteered in a number of museums and archives. While with these organizations, his job duties included archival administration and public outreach, collections management, exhibit design, and archival processing.

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