Kyle Eidahl Professor of History; Director of the Masters of Applied Social Sciences (MASS) Program
Ph.D. Florida State University, 1990
Office: Tucker Hall, Room 403
Phone: (850) 599-3390
Blackboard site: famu.blackboard.com
Fields of Interest:
- French Revolution/Napoleon
- Early American History/Civil War
- Haitian Revolution
- AMH 5930 – Select Topics in US History
- HIS 5209 – Contemporary Problems
- EUH 3201 – Europe, 1500–1715
- EUH 3205 – Europe 1715–Present
- EUH 3501 – History of England 1485–1714
- HIS 3104 – Nature of History
- WOH 1012 – History of Civilization to 1500
- WOH 1022 – History of Civilization, 1500–1848
Presentations & Publications:
- Commentator, “Theory and Practice in the 1809 Campaign,” Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, Huntsville, 2008.
- World History: Role-Play Peacegames. Wellington Press, 2009.
- American History: Role-Play Peacegames. Wellington Press, 2009.
- “Napoleon’s Legacy on the American Civil War.” Florida Conference of Historians, 2010.
- “The Dark and Subversive Aspect of Humor during the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Period.” Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 2011.
- Served as an historical expert on the State of Florida End of Course U.S. History Item Review Committee, 2010-12
- Editorial Board, Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 2004-2007
- Received Distinguished Medal from the Institute of the French Revolution and Napoleon, February, 2004