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Maurice A. Crouse

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[Maurice A. Crouse]


Office: 201-C Mitchell
Telephone: 901.678.2517
Fax: 901.678.2720
E-mail: mcrouse@memphis.edu
Wedpage http://cassian.memphis.edu/history/mcrouse/
Education: Ph.D., History, Northwestern University, 1964

Fields of interest

Colonial and Revolutionary America; research and writing; computers and history

Courses taught

United States history to 1877 (HIST 2010, formerly 2601), United States History since 1877 (HIST 2020, formerly 2602), Introduction to Historical Research and Writing (HIST 7000/8000), Colonial America (HIST 4620/6620), Quantification and History (HIST 3045), Studies in U.S. History before 1877 (HIST 7650/8650), Hebrew and Greek Legacy (UNIV 3580) for the University College

Representative publications

  • The Public Treasury of Colonial South Carolina, Tricentennial Studies No. 10 (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 1977).
  • “Cautious Rebellion: South Carolina’s Opposition to the Stamp Act,” South Carolina Historical Magazine 73 (April 1972): 59-71.
  • “Letterbook of Peter Manigault,” South Carolina Historical Magazine 70 (April 1969): 79-96; 70 (July 1969): 177-195.
  • “Gabriel Manigault: Charleston Merchant,” South Carolina Historical Magazine 68 (October 1967): 220-231. [This article was reprinted in the Centennial Volume, 101 (April 2000): 98-109, as one of the most significant articles appearing in the Magazine over the past century.]
  • Citing Electronic Information in History Papers. 12 November 2010. <http://cassian.memphis.edu/history/mcrouse/elcite.html> [14 July 2011].
  • Two courses in the Tennessee Board of Regents Online Degree Programs might be regarded as publications. They are restricted to students in RODP, however, and are not available to the public: I both wrote and implemented UNIV3580, Hebrew and Greek Legacy, and I implemented UNIV3581, Faith, Reason, and Imagination, which was written by Dr. Robert J. Frankle.

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