Courses:

U.S. History to 1877
U.S. History since 1877
African-American History to 1877
African-American History since 1877
New South
History of Sports and the American Character
History of Latin America
Civil War and Reconstruction
World War One Era
World War Two Era
Modern Germany
The Civil Rights Movement

Seth A. Weitz

Title: Associate Professor of History
Department:
HIstory
Email: sweitz@daltonstate.edu
Phone: 706.272.2688
Fax: 706.272.2698
Office: Lorberbaum Liberal Arts, 238
Degrees:
Ph.D. Florida State University
M.A. Florida State University
B.A. Tulane University

Faculty

Page Links:

Department of History Homepage
School of Liberal Arts Homepage

Vita

Biography:
Professor Weitz grew up in Florida before going to Louisiana for his undergraduate work at Tulane University. After a year of soul-searching, he moved to Tallahassee to pursue his graduate degrees in history. He received his MA and PhD from Florida State University in 2004 and 2007.

Weitz came to Dalton State from Indiana University-Northwest in 2010. His research interests include Southern US History, African-American History, Florida History, and McCarthyism. He has authored, co-authored, edited and co-edited numerous works, including The Smallest Tadpole: Essays on Florida During the Civil War Era, to be published by University of Alabama Press. He is currently working on a biography of Florida’s first post-Reconstruction Governor, entitled, Yankee Redeemer: The Life and Times of Florida Governor George Franklin Drew. Weitz is also a self-proclaimed Soccer hooligan (without the violence).












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