Phone: (706) 290-2157
B.A., Wake Forest University
M.A., Ph.D., Indiana University-Bloomington
Dr. Stanard teaches courses on modern European history, Africa since 1800, world history, as well as a course on imperialism, colonialism, and nationalism.
He has published a number of essays on colonial expositions, Belgian imperialism, and colonial culture in Europe. He has been a Wolfsonian Fellow at the Wolfsonian-Florida International University in Miami Beach, a Belgian American Educational Foundation Fellow in Brussels, and a Chancellor’s Fellow at Indiana University-Bloomington.
See Dr. Stanard's Book, "Selling the Congo," at the University of Nebraska press website.
See Dr. Stanard's Book "Selling the Congo" at Amazon.com.
This year, 2014, marks the centenary of the outbreak of
World War I. Dr. Stanard has published an essay in Empires in World
War I: Shifting Frontiers and Imperial Dynamics in a Global Conflict,
edited by Richard Fogarty and Andrew Jarboe. As the publisher’s website
puts it, “Empires in World War I marks a turn away from the pre-eminence of the
Western Front in the current scholarship, and seeks to reconstitute our
understanding of this war as a truly global struggle between competing
empires.” You can see the book at the publisher's website here.