Meet Albert H. Tillson
Education: 1971 George Mason College of the University of Virginia, B.A.
1974 Johns Hopkins University, M.A.
1986 University of Texas at Austin, Ph.D.
Courses Taught: U.S. History to 1877
Latin American History
Age of the Civil War
Comparative Slavery in the Americas
Magic and Witchcraft in the Early Atlantic World
Career Specialties: The author of the books
Gentry and Common Folk on the Virginia Frontier
Accommodating Revolutions: Virginia's Northern Neck in an Era of Transformations
, Professor Tillson specializes in the history of early Virginia.
Professional and Community Activities: Tillson is researching and writing on enslaved and free maritime workers in the Revolutionary and antebellum Chesapeake. He also reviews books frequently for several professional journals. He is a member of the Southern Historical Association, the Virginia Historical Society and the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic.