Patrick N. Allitt

Cahoon Family Professor of American History

Department of History

Office: Bowden 223

Phone: (404) 727-4471

Email: pallitt@emory.edu

Biography

Patrick Allitt is Cahoon Family Professor of American History. He was an undergraduate at Oxford in England (1974-1977), a graduate student at the University of California Berkeley (Ph.D., 1986), and held postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard Divinity School and Princeton University.  At Emory since 1988, he teaches courses on American intellectual, environmental, and religious history, on Victorian Britain, and on the Great Books.  Author of seven books (most recently A Climate of Crisis: America in the Age of Environmentalism, 2014), he is also presenter of eight lecture series with "The Great Courses" (www.thegreatcourses.com), including "The Art of Teaching” and, most recently, “The Industrial Revolution.”


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