Price's Faculty Page
Fields of Study: American Colonial History, Classical History
Classes usually taught: History 101, 102, 201, 202, Ancient Greek History and Roman History Surveys, Honors 101 and 102, and Honors 311.
Office Room Number: Fayard Hall 344B
Office Phone Number: 985-549-2106
Education: B.A. Anthropology ('73) Louisiana State University, M.A. Classical History ('85) Louisiana State University, Ph.D. AmericanHistory ('97) Louisiana State University.
- Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman Honor Society Acknowledgment for Superior Instruction of Freshman Students, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La. (1999, 2000, 2005, 2006).
- L.S.U. Student Government Association Outstanding Teacher Award, 2003.
- "The Madness of Caligula vs. the Delusion of the Post-Augustan Roman State," Ship of Fools, Throne in Bedlam: The Role of Madness in History, Department of History and Political Science Panel at Madness in Art, Literature, and Society Symposium, Pottle Auditorium, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, 2009.
- "Eighteenth Century Whig Thought and the Constitutional Ratification Conflict," Constitution Day Speech, Pottle Auditorium, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, La. 2009.
- “Will the Real Andrew Jackson Please Stand Up.” Presented at (Re)Discovering American History, 1803-1898 (History 698/01), Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, July 14, 2006.
- “Education Makes For Strange Bedfellows: Antebellum Politics and Pedagogy at the the New ‘War Skule,’ 1856-1960.” Presented at (Re)Discovering Louisiana from the Purchase to the Populist Revolt (History 698/02), Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, June 26, 2006.
- “How Did Anglo-American Colonial Administration Work?” Presented at the Teaching American History Summer Institute (History 698/01), Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, Louisiana, Summer, 2005.
- “Origins of the Ole War Skule: The Creation of the Louisiana Seminary of Learning and Military Institute.” Presented at the Twenty-Fourth Annual Mid-America Conference on History, Fayetteville, Arkansas, September 20, 2002.
- “Court and Country Whig Rhetoric and the Constitutional Ratification Debate.” Presented at the Twenty-Third Annual Mid-America Conference on History, Stillwater, Oklahoma, September 22, 2001
- “A Popish Plot in God’s Vineyard: Puritans’ Rationalization of the Glorious Revolution in New Eng-land.” Presented at the Nineteenth Annual Mid-America Conference on History, Stillwater, Oklahoma, September 18-20, 1997
- “The Forty-Five and American Colonial Political Thought.” Presented at the Eighteenth Annual Mid-America Conference on History, Topeka, Kansas, September 12-14, 1996.
- Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
- Southern Historical Association
- Virginia Historical Society
- Louisiana Historical Association
- United States Fencing Association
- United States Fencing Coaches Association
- Historical Consultant on the LPB Louisiana History Project, July, 1998-January, 1999.
Publications and Reviews:
- Origins of the Ole War Skule: The Creation of the Louisiana Seminary of Learning
and Military Institute, accepted for publication in the Journal of Louisiana History (publication date to
- Nursing Fathers: American Colonists’ Conception of English Protestant Kingship, 1688-1776 (Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 1999)
- History 2055: The United States to 1865, 12 Assignments and 2 Exams. A Correspondence Course Study Guide (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University, 1999)
- Review of The King’s Three Faces: The Rise and Fall of Royal America, 1688-1776. By Brendan McConville in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, Vol. 105, No. 1, Winter 2007.
- Review of Sensory Worlds in Early America. By Charles Peter Hoffer in The Historian, Vol. 67, Issue #2, June 22, 2005, 322.
- Review of Alterations of State: Sacred Kingship in the English Reformation. By Richard C. McCoy in The Journal of Church and State, Vol. 45, Issue #1, January 2003, 171.
- Review of Long Gray Lines: The Southern Military School Tradition, 1839-1915. By Rod Andrew, Jr. in Civil War Book Review, Winter 2003, 2002, 34.
- Review of A Republic of Righteousness: The Public Christianity of the Post-Revolutionary New England Clergy. By Jonathan D. Sassi in The Journal of Church and State, vol. 44, Issue #2 (Spring, 2002), 262-363.