Winston-Salem State University

Terrance Lewis

Terrance L. Lewis, PhD
Associate Professor of History


Terrance Lewis

Office: Coltane 118


Ph.D. European History Binghamton University            1986
M.A. Modern European History Binghamton University            1984
B.A. Music Mansfield University of PA 1980


Dr. Lewis was visiting faculty at SUNY Cortland, the College of Charleston, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and Indian River Community College before becoming a tenure-track faculty at SUNO (Southern University at New Orleans) in 1991, where he would rise in rank to Associate Professor.  After Hurricane Katrina flooded the University, resulting in the laying-off off over 50% of the faculty, Dr. Lewis came to WSSU.

Research & Teaching

Dr. Lewis has so far published four monographs in the field of twentieth century British cultural and political history: A Climate For Appeasement; Dorothy L. Sayers’ Wimsey; C.P. Snow’s Strangers & Brothers; and Prisms of British Appeasement, as well as numerous book chapters, book reviews, etc.

Dr. Lewis’ teaching interests cover a much wider ground, including all areas of European and twentieth century history.  So far he has taught the following courses at WSSU: Alternative Futures; World Civilization to 1600; World Civilization since 1600; Comparative World History: Gender; Introduction to Philosophy; US to 1865; Historical Thinking & Methodology; History of the Indian Sub-Continent; History of England; History of Science; Modern Russian History; The Classical World; Modern European History; Modern European Cultural History; American Studies; and History & Politics of East Asia; and has co-taught The Age of the Crusades and Historiography.

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