Dr. Michael Morris
Associate Professor of History
Office: Correll 212F
Dr. Morris is a Georgia native and a graduate of the Ph.D. program at Auburn University. His areas of specialty are Early America and Native American culture. His research focuses on Native American women and Scots-Irish fur traders in the colonial backcountry. He is the author of two books, one on the Southeastern Indian fur trade and one on Scots-Irish fur traders. He is currently working on a manuscript about a Cherokee Rebellion during the American Revolution. He is a long time member of the Georgia Association of Historians and South Carolina Historical Association.
The American History survey, parts I & II and the World Civilization survey, parts I & 11. Upper level courses include American Social and Cultural History, Atlantic World History, American Indian to 1840 and the Early Republic.