Steven A. Harris-Scott

Steven A. Harris-Scott

Steven A. Harris-Scott

Graduate Pathway Instructor

U.S. History: Research: Colonial Virginia, Early Modern Atlantic World, bound/unfree labor, slavery, indentured servitude, apprenticeship, environmental history

Currently a Term Assistant Professor and Program Manager for INTO George Mason's Graduate International Pathways program. Also, an Affiliate Professor with the Department of History and Art History.

Current Research

  1. Degrees of Unfreedom in Early Colonial Virginia
  2. Unfree Labor in Virginia and Bermuda
  3. The Fairfax Proprietary in colonial Virginia
  4. International Student Adjustment and Engagement in U.S. Higher Education
  5. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

Courses Taught

HIST 125: Introduction to World History

HIST 387: Global History of Disease

INYO 501, 502, 504: Graduate Transitions for International Students

HNRS 110: Principles of Research and Inquiry

HNRS 240: Reading the Past


George Mason University, Ph.D., History, 2016

University of New Orleans, M.A., History, 2005

Millsaps College, B.S., Physics, 2000