1/15/19
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Benjamin Price
 
  History and Political Science
Department:   History and Political Science
Rank:   Instructor
Degrees Held:   Ph.D. History, Louisiana State University
M.A. History, Louisiana State University
B.A. Anthropology, Louisiana state University
Office:   344b Fayard Hall
Phone:  
Email:   benjamin.price@selu.edu
Website:   http://brfencing.org/pricelectures/Welcome.html
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Areas of Concentration for Degrees:   American Colonial or U.S. Early Republic
Classical
PK-12 Years Experience:   Fencing Coach, Baton Rouge Magnet High School 1976-1985
Social Studies, Chapel/Trafton High School, B.R., 1985-1986
Social Studies, Scotlandville Magnet High School, B.R., 1986-1991
 
Areas of Teaching
Western Civilization, I & II
U.S. History I & (reluctantly) II
Greek History Survey
Roman History Survey
 
Research Interests
Relationship between 17th-18th century British political thought and American Colonial political thought.
Slave agency in Roman business
Origins of Anti-Federalist thought
The Glorious Revolution in the American Colonies
 
Professional/Honorary Affiliations and Awards
Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture
Southern Historical Association
Virginia Historical Society
Louisiana Historical Association
United States Fencing Association
United States Fencing Coaches Association
Baton Rouge Fencing Club (proprietor and head coach)
 
   
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