Dr. James Galt-Brown
Dr. James Galt-Brown is an Associate Professor of History with a
Ph.D. from Mississipi State. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or
I began teaching as an Adjunct for the University of South Carolina / Coastal Carolina College in the Fall of 1989. Since that time I have had the opportunity to teach at every College and University that conferred a degree on me. From that day to this one, I have never seen a greater dedication to the quality of instruction than here at ABAC. In my ten years as a member of the Teaching Faculty here I have always been impressed by the universal desire of the professors to constantly improve their performance, both in the classroom and as members of the ABAC community at large.
Dr. Galt-Brown’s Ph.D. is in Modern European History. His dissertation examined the reasons for the success of the Boy Scouts in Great Britain. His historical expertise is in Medieval and Viking history, the Renaissance and Reformation, American Military History, and the History of Science & Technology.