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Dr. Jason Daniels 

Assistant Professor
History/SS - Social Science 
Jonas Academic 124 


Dr. Jason Daniels earned a Ph.D from the University of Warwick (U.K.) in 2013, a M.A (2008), and a B.A. (2006) from the University of Florida. Prior to joining BHSU, Daniels held positions at Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois (2014-15) and Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, Florida (2008-2014). His research focuses primarily on the eighteenth-century, Anglo-Atlantic world. He is particularly interested in the connections between the Great Britain, the Caribbean and the North American colonies. He teaches a broad range of courses including: United States History I and II, Western Civilization I and II, British History, American Colonial History, Caribbean History, Slavery in the Atlantic World, and Revolutions in the Atlantic World. He has published articles in the Journal of Caribbean History, Florida Historical Quarterly, and Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies. His current book manuscript "Atlantic Estates: Family, Trade, and Plantations," examines the evolution of the Dickinson family estates in America, England, and Jamaica during the long eighteenth century.