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College of Liberal Arts - Louisiana Tech University

School of
History and Social Sciences

Jeffery Hankins

Dr. Jeffery R. Hankins
Associate Professor of History
John D. Winter Endowed Professor of History
History Coordinator
Graduate Director

George T. Madison Hall 134
(318) 257-3344

Courses Regularly Taught:

Hist. 102-World Civilization Since 1500
Hist. 201-American History to 1877
Hist. 403-History of England to 1688
Hist. 404-History of England Since 1688
Hist. 417-Europe in the Age of Monarchy
Hist. 480-History of Science and Technology
Hist. 501-Introduction to Historiography
Hist. 506-Seminar in Colonial American History
HNRS 104-Medieval/Renaissance Civilization (Honors Program)
HNRS 495-History of Law.

Main Research Interests:

British History (1500s-1700s), History of the Protestant Reformation, Colonial America (1650-1800), History of Law. 

Selected Publications:

1)  “Papists, Power, and Puritans: Catholic Office-Holders and the Rise of the ‘Puritan Faction’ in Early-Seventeenth Century Essex.”  The Catholic Historical Review, (October 2009).

2)  “Crown, County, and Corporation: Colchester, the Dutch Congregation, and the Autonomy of Borough Government in Early-Seventeenth Century Essex.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, (Spring 2007).

3)  “Anglican and East-Anglian: The Episcopacy, the Bishop’s Commissary, and the Enforcement of Ecclesiastical Law in Early Seventeenth-Century Essex and Hertfordshire.”  Anglican and Episcopal History, (September 2006).

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