• Charlotte Haller

    Contact Information
    Office Sullivan 327G

    Ph.D., M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
    B.A., Brown University

  • Courses Taught
    • HI 111, US History I
    • First Year Seminar: Sex on Trial: Gender and the Law in American Society
    • HI 271 Women and Work in Historical Perspective
    • HI 274 Sex, Marriage and the Family in Historical Perspective
    • HI 303 Colonial American History
    • HI 366/990 American Revolutionary Period
    • HI 450/990 History of the American South, 1600-1900
    • HI 450/990 American Women’s History

    Graduate-Only Courses

    • HI 910 The Study and Writing of History
    • History 990 American History at the Movies
    Honors and Grants
    Taking Liberties: Households, Race, and Black Freedom in Revolutionary North Carolina. Book manuscript in progress.

    Women and the Civil War: A Primary Source Reader. Book manuscript in progress.

    “’And Made Us to be a Kingdom’: Race, Antislavery, and Black Evangelicals in North Carolina’s Early Republic,” North Carolina Historical Review 80 (April 2003): 125-152.

    Review of Gavin James Campbell, Music and the Making of the New South. Journal of Popular Culture 39 (February 2006): 165-67

    Review of Jon F. Sensbach, A Separate Canaan: The Making of an Afro-Moravian World in North Carolina, 1763-1840. H-Shear, November 1998.