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Samuel Hyde, Jr.
  History and Political Science
Department:   History and Political Science
Rank:   Professor
Degrees Held:   B. A. Tulane University, M. A. University of New Orleans, Ph.D. Louisiana State University
Office:   347B Fayard Hall, Center for Southeast La. Studies/Archives (Sims Library)
Phone:   985-549-2151
Email:   shyde@selu.edu
Website:   none
Office Hours:   11:00-1:00 MW, 9:00-11:00 TTH, 10:00-12:00 F
Areas of Concentration for Degrees:   Old South/New South, Colonial U.S., East Asia
PK-12 Years Experience:   ?
Areas of Teaching
Old U.S. South, New U.S. South, Colonial U.S. Graduate Seminar, Ancient China and East Asia, Modern China and East Asia, U.S. History Surveys
Research Interests
Patterns of Southern Violence, Domestic Terror and Para-military organizations, Nineteenth Century Southern Politics, Environmental History
Professional/Honorary Affiliations and Awards
Leon Ford Endowed Chair in Regional Studies, Emmy Award Nomination for episode of Regional History program "The Florida Parish Chronicles," Gold Medal New York International Independent Film Festival (Environmental Documentary), Special Jury Remi Award WorldFest International Film Festival, Fulbright Fellowship for International Study, Rotary Foundation Fellowship for Foreign Study, Presidents Award for Outstanding Research (SLU), Newberry Foundation Fellowship, Executive Director Gulf South Historical Assoc., History Section Editor KnowLa on line history survey (Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities), Chairman West Florida Republic Bicentennial Commission 
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