Faculty/Staff Directory

Dr. Tracie Provost

Professor
History and Political Science

Phone: 478.934.3033

Locations:
Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays: 11-noon
Tuesdays and Thursdays: 9:30-12:30
or by appointment
Courses: World Civilization I, History to 1650 (traditional and online)
World civilization II, History from 1650 (traditional and online)
20th Century Europe
The Holocaust
Special Topics: Propaganda in History
Special Topics: Folklore in History
Education: Ph.D., History, 2003, University of Toledo
Dissertation: “The Great Game: Imperial German Sabotage and Espionage against the United States, 1914-1917.”
M.A., History, 1997, University of Toledo
Masters thesis: “The Politics of Denial: The Creation of the Dolchstosslegende in Germany, 1916-1925.”
B.A., International Relations and North Atlantic Securities Studies, 1995, Kent State University
Organizations: World War I
Germany
Cold War
Holocaust
Publications: “Creating the ‘November Criminals’: A Study of the Dolchstoss Legend” in Paranoid Fantasy and Enemy Creation: Hitler, Goebbels, and World War II, ed. Richard Koenigsberg. Library of Social Science, forthcoming

“War in the Shadows” in U.S. A Narrative History, , Davidson, Gienapp. Lytle, and Stoff with Philip Gibbs and Javan Frazier. McGraw Hill, 2009

“The Undeclared War” in Nation of Nations, A Concise Narrative of the American Republic., Davidson, Gienapp. Lytle, and Stoff with Philip Gibbs and Javan Frazier. McGraw Hill, 2008

Images of America: Hawkinsville, with Phillip A. Gibbs. Arcadia Publishing, 2008.


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