Faculty

Directing Faculty

The Center for Public History has a small team History Program faculty that serve as directors: Founding Director Dr. Ann McCleary and Assistant Director Keri Adams, M.A. Faculty direct graduate and undergraduate student researchers in variety of public history projects supported through community-based grants, consulting agreements, and other partnerships that support the Public History Program.

Dr. Ann McCleary, Founding Director

Dr. Ann McCleary

Ann McCleary, Ph.D. is a Professor of History, Founder and Director of the Center for Public History, and Coordinator of the Public History and Museum Studies Programs at the University of West Georgia. Learn more about Dr. McCleary on the UWG History’s website.

Keri Adams, M.A., Assistant Director

Keri Adams, M.A.

Keri Adams, M.A. is a Lecturer of History, Assistant Director of the Center for Public History, and Advisor for the Undergraduate Public History Certificate at the University of West Georgia. Learn more about Keri Adams on the UWG History’s website.


Affiliated Faculty

Center faculty and students researchers often collaborate with University of West Georgia faculty from other programs. These affiliated faculty contribute their time and expertise to research, project work, and directing student work.

Affiliated faculty often collaborate through their own research projects, by Center faculty contributing to another faculty’s work, and/or grants and contracts.