Daniel E. Sutherland

J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences

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Daniel E. Sutherland received his Ph.D. in history from Wayne State University in 1976. He taught at Wayne State University, Mercy College of Detroit, the University of Alabama, and McNeese State before coming to the University of Arkansas. His principal area of research is nineteenth-century America. He has written ten books and edited five others. He has published over seventy book chapters and articles in both popular magazines and scholarly journals. He has received over fifty honors, awards, and research grants. Five of his books have been selected by the History Book Club.

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