Terrance L. Lewis, PhD
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.