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Wayne Riggs: Faculty and Staff

Wayne Riggs
Associate Professor , Department Chair
904-826-8516

Department:

First Year Advisor
Humanities

Research, Professional and Creative Activity:

  • Kahler Fund Award, 2014
  • Schultz Foundation Award, 2008
  • Casper Teaching Fellowship. Marquette University, 2006-2007
  • Presented, “A Wholesome Discipline: British Youth in the Established Churches during the Great War,” International Conference for the Society of the History of Children and Youth. June 2013. Nottingham, UK
  • Presented “Permission to Speak: British women in the national churches during the First World War,” Modern British History Conference. June 2010. St. Andrews, Scotland
  • Researcher, Children in Urban America Project,
  • Member, Society for the History of Children & Youth 
  • Member, American Historical Association
  • Member, North American Conference on British Studies

Professional Profile:

Professor Riggs holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Modern European History from Marquette University, and a B.A. in History from Grove City College. He specializes in modern Britain, with a focus on British identity and religion during the First World War. Most recently, his research has examined the role of religious organization in the formation of gender constructs. In addition to his teaching service to the College, Dr. Riggs has served as Coordinator of the Flagler College History Program, and is currently Chair of the Humanities Department.

Teaching and Related Service:

Education:

  • PhD - Marquette University 
  • MA - Marquette University 
  • BA - Marquette University 

Area of Research:

  • Modern British History Children's History World War I 

Courses taught:

  • Western Civilization II
  • Modern Britain
  • Tudor/Stuart England
  • Modern Ireland
  • Modern Germany
  • 20th Century Europe
  • 19th Century Europe
  • Early Modern Europe
  • British Empire
  • World War I
  • Religion and Nationalism in Modern Europe
  • Redcoats and Rebels
  • Churchill and Hitler
  • Historical Methods
  • History Senior Seminar
  • Keystone Seminar
  •  Scottish Culture & Society
  • Beer & Society
  • Children & Youth
  • Churchill & Hitler
  • Britain & Germany between the wars Colonial History
  • Colonial Atlantic
  • World Modern Middle East Tudor & Stuart England 

Previously taught at:

  • Marquette University
  • Cardinal Stritch University

More Information:

Dr. Riggs is an avid fan English football (Arsenal), American football (Steelers), college basketball (Marquette), and lacrosse.

Professional Organizations:

  • Society for the History
  • Children and Youth North American Conference on British Studies American Historical Association