Maia Conrad

Maia Conrad

Adjunct Faculty

British Empire: India, Africa, North America

Selected Publications

“The Art of Survival: Moravian Indians and Economic Adaptation in the Old Northwest, 1767-1808" Ohio Valley History vol. 4 number 1, (Fall 2004): 3-18.

 "Disorderly Drinking: Reconsidering 17th Century Iroquois Alcohol Use" American Indian Quarterly 23, nos. 3 & 4 (Summer and Fall 1999): 1-12.

 “David Zeisberger,” Billy G. Smith, Colonization and Settlement (1585-1763) vol. 2, Facts on File Encyclopedia of American History ed. Gary B. Nash (2002)

Courses Taught

GMU: History 125: World History

VCCS: World History I & II, Western Civilization I & II, United States History I & II

CNU: World History I & II, American Women's History

Education

The College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

Ph.D. in History (Dec. 1998): Colonial America; Native Americans; Colonial Latin America

Dissertation: "Struck in Their Hearts": David Zeisberger's Moravian Mission to the Delaware Indians in Ohio, 1767-1808.

Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois

M.A. in History (June 1989): Comparative History.

University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

M.A. in History (June 1987): British Empire in Africa and India; German Anti-Semitism 1870-1945

Master's Thesis: "Suttee and the Process of British Prohibition, 1829"

B.S. in Biology (June 1985)