Kevin R. C. Gutzman

Warner Hall #212
Office Phone:
(203) 837-8455


Ph.D. in History, University of Virginia, 1999
J.D., University of Texas School of Law, 1990
M.A. in History, University of Virginia, 1994
Master of Public Affairs, LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas, 1990
B.A. in History, Honors, University of Texas, 1985

Teaching Interests:

American Revolution
Age of Jefferson
Antebellum United States
The American South
American Constitutional History
Civil War and Reconstruction

Research Interests and Publications:

Dr. Gutzman recently had his manuscript, "Old Dominion, What's New Republic: Making Virginia Republican, 1776-1840," accepted for publication by the University of Virginia Press!  He is also researching and writing biographical studies of John C. Calhoun (for Longman Publishing); Patrick Henry (for Rowman and Littlefield's "American Profiles" series); and John Jay. His recent publications include an essay on John Calhoun in the Journal of Libertarian Studies (forthcoming, 2002); various entries in the Dictionary of American History, 6th ed., Stanley I. Kutler (forthcoming, 2002), and in The Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment, ed. Alan Charles Kors (forthcoming, 2002); and an article on Thomas Jefferson's draft of the Declaration of Independence in the The Journal of the Historical Society (2001); and book reviews in the William and Mary Quarterly, the Journal of Southern History, and Civil War History. Dr. Gutzman recently has served as Panel Moderator and Commentator at the "Researching What's New York 2001" conference and has recently presented papers at the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, What's Newberry Library, What's New England Historical Association, and Marshall University.