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Teaching

 

Undergraduate

History of the South

Communities in the Civil War

Making Sense of History

Virginia Indians Pre-Contact to 2007

Colonial America

 

Graduate

U.S. to 1877

Comparative Race and Slavery

U.S. South

Transatlantic World

Public History

 

Theses Advisees

 


Shifflett Named Visiting Professor of North American Studies

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Publications

LouisaCoal

AlmanacJW

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Digital History

VJhttp://www.virtualjamestown.org

 

   
 

Contact Info

Professor of History

441 Major Williams Hall

Virginia Tech

540.231.8372

540.552.1658 (home)

540.231.8724 (Fax)

shifflet@vt.edu

 

   

Research

Visualizing Atlantic Jamestown

Indians of the Chesapeake

Seventeenth-Century Virginia

 

Announcements:

  • Mapping Spectral Traces: October 12th – October 15th 2010 // October 6 2010

    How might we listen to and recognize stories, remnants, and submerged ways of knowing as unresolved remainders of memory? What might mappings that are sensitive to past injustices look, sound, and feel like? Might there be approaches to environment that treat ground as home and resting place, as thresholds through which the living can make contact with those who have gone before?