Dr. Chris Caplinger
Assistant Professor of History (2013)
B.A. Emory University (1993), M.A., Vanderbilt University (1995); Ph.D., Vanderbilt University of (2003).
Teaching and Research Interests: Racial Segregation in the United States, U.S. South, U.S. Presidency
Department of History
Georgia Southern University
P. O. Box 8054
Statesboro, GA 30460-8054
Office: 3092 Interdisciplinary Academic Building
- Chambers, Wendy, Lisa Smith, Jessica Orvis and Christopher Caplinger. “Developing a Topic-Centered First-Year Seminar with an Emphasis on Information Literacy at a Large Regional University.” College and University Libraries 20:1 (2013): 52-71.
- Griffin, Larry J., Christopher Caplinger, Kathryn Lively, Nancy L. Malcom, Darren McDaniel and Candice Nelsen. “Comparative-Historical Analysis and Scientific Inference: Disfranchisement in the U.S. South as a Test Case.” Historical Methods 30 (Winter 1997): 13-27.
- “The Politics of Trusteeship Governance: Jimmy Carter’s Fight for a Standby Gasoline Rationing Plan.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 26 (Summer 1996): 778-794.
- “Conflict and Community: Racial Segregation in a New South City, 1860-1914”
- H. Dean Propst Outstanding Faculty Award, Student Government Association, 2019
- Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate, National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 2016
- Dual Enrollment, Bridge Programs
Last updated: 3/30/2022