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    Dept. of History, Philosophy, Religion and Legal Studies

Dept. of History, Philosophy, Religion, & Legal Studies
Dr. Scott Davison, Department Chair
Rhonda Crisp,
Academic Departmental Specialist
354 Rader Hall
Morehead, KY 40351
Phone: 606-783-2655
Fax: 606-783-5096

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Scott, Alana Cain, Associate Professor of History
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: Ph.D., History, Florida State University, 1999; M.A., History, Florida State University, 1991; B.A., History/English, University of Montevallo, 1987
Research Interests:

Nonconformity in 17th Century England
The Religious Context of the English Revolution
The French Revolution

Global Studies (HIS 201)
Early World History (HIS 210)
Practicing History (HIS 250)
History of England to 1660 (HIS 351)
History of England from 1660 (HIS 352)
Medieval Europe (HIS 356)
Renaissance and Reformation (HIS 357)
History of the Middle East (HIS 374)
Women in the Ancient World (HIS 399)
Celtic Cultures (HIS 399)
British Imperialism (HIS 599)
The Ancient World (HIS 599)
Age of Faith (HON 102)
Age of Reason (HON 201) 

Service Activities
Chair, Faculty Rights and Responsibilities Committee
Treasurer, Kentucky Association of Teachers of History
Registration Advising Committee
University Press of Kentucky Editorial Board
Coordinator, MAT in Social Studies

Phi Kappa Phi
American Society of church History
Southern Conference of British Studies
Phi Alpha Theta

Selected Publications  

"Oliver Cromwell," The Encyclopedia of Protestantism

Contact Info:
337 Rader Hall 
Morehead, KY 40351
Phone: 606.783.2540
John Lee
 "My philosophy background really helps me in evaluating various theological perspectives here at seminary. Also, and most importantly I think, it has helped me to better understand and relate to the moral and intellectual worldviews of the people I meet and try to share my faith with. I really do believe that I'm a better person, a better Christian, and a better minister because of my studies in philosophy."

--John Lee, graduate student, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, KY 

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