Timothy D. Hall is Professor of Early American History and History Education. He received his Ph.D. in Colonial and Revolutionary American History in 1991, completing his dissertation under the direction of T. H. Breen. Prior to coming to CMU in 1993, he held appointments as Research Assistant Professor at Northwestern University and Visiting Assistant Professor of History at Colgate University.
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Research and Teaching Interests
Professor Hall has published in the history of the British Atlantic World and American Religious History and maintains ongoing research interests in both areas. In addition, he works in the field of history education and currently co-directs a Teaching American History grant funded by the U. S. Department of Education.
Anne Hutchinson: Puritan Prophet (Boston: Longman, 2010).
“The Many Faces of American Evangelicalism,” OAH Magazine of History 22 (January, 2008), 38–42.
“Closing the Gap between Professors and Teachers: ‘Uncoverage’ as a Model of Professional Development for History Teachers,” The History Teacher (Spring, 2007; with Renay Scott).
“The Hermeneutics of Revival: The Christian History in Its Transatlantic Context,” in Periodical Literature in Eighteenth-Century America, ed. Mark Kamrath and Sharon Harris (University of Tennessee Press, 2005).
The Atlantic World in the Age of Empire (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2001). With Thomas Benjamin and David Rutherford.