Dr. John Howard Smith
Education: Ph.D., University at Albany (S.U.N.Y.), 2003
Office: Ferguson Social Sciences, 117
Office Phone: 903-886-5219
Religion in Colonial & RevolutionaryAmerica, Apocalypticism, American Indian History
“The Perfect Rule of the Christian Religion”: A History ofSandemanianism in the Eighteenth Century Albany: State University ofNew York Press, 2008
Untitled Review of God of Liberty: A Religious History of the AmericanRevolution, by Thomas S. Kidd (New York: Basic Books, 2010), TheHistory Teacher, Vol. 44, No. 4 (August 2011).
Untitled Review of Captive Histories: English, French, and NativeNarratives of the 1704 Deerfield Raid, by Evan Haefeli and KevinSweeney (Amherst and Boston: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006),The Historical Journal of Massachusetts (Summer 2009).
“’Great Multitudes Flocking after Him’: The Great Awakening among CommonPeople,” in John A. Grigg ed., British Colonial America: People andPerspecives (Perspectives in American Social History, Vol. I),Santa Barbara, CA: Oxford University Press/ABC-CLIO Publications, 2008.
Recent Courses TaughtUndergraduate
Reading and Writing History
Religion in Early America
The Apocalypse in American History
The Wolf in American History
Recent Courses TaughtGraduate
Historiography and Methodology
American Indian History
Readings in Colonial North America
Millenarianism and Apocalypticism