Mark F. Fernandez, Ph. D.


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Welcome! I am Dr. Mark Fernandez, Associate Professor of Early American and Southern History at Loyola University. This page is intended for the use of my students and prospective students at Loyola University; however, everyone is invited to browse at their leisure. To view a short version of my current curriculum vitae.

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Courses for 2000-2002

Courses for Spring 2005

History 124

History 201

History 156

Courses for Fall 2004

History 194002

History 20004
 
 
 
 
 

History 156 The Hero in American History
History 201 Survey of United States History since 1865
History 337 The New South
 

Courses for Fall 2002

History 122 World Civilizations to 1650

History 200 U. S. History to 1865

History 336 The Old South
Courses for Summer 2002

History 122 World Civilizations to 1650

History 124 World Civilizations from 1650
 

Courses for Spring 2002

History 124 World Civilization From 1650
History 146 The American Revolution
History 347 The Early American West
 

Courses for Spring 2001

History 124 World Civilizations from 1650
Hisotry 146 The American Revolution
History 347 The Early American West

Courses for Summer 2001
History 122 "World Civilizations to 1650"
History 124 "World Civilizations from 1650"
Courses for Spring 2001

History 124 "World Civilizations from 1650"
History 332 "The New Republic"
History 294 "Early American Indians"

Courses for Fall 2000
History 122 "World Civilizations to 1650"
History 156 "The Hero in American History"
History 330 "Colonial America"

Previous Courses
(If you missed them the first time, try them again!)

history 332 "The New Republic"
history 258 "U. S. Economic History
history 122 "World Civilizations to 1650"
history 201 "United States Since 1865"
Course books for Summer and Fall 1999
History 122 "World Civilizations to 1650"
History 336 "The Old South"
History 347 "The Early American West"
History 122 "World Civilizations to 1650"
History 146 "The American Revolution"
History 337 "The New South"
History 124 "World Civilizations since 1650"
History 201 "United States History since 1865"
 

Louisiana Purchase Teacher's Workshop  lapurch.htm

Congratulations! Kudos to Erin L. Matherne for winning the Erin Moore Women's Studies Essay Contest for "Crossing the Threshold: The Roles of Elite Southern White Women in the American Civil War." This essay also won the 1999 Department of History Writing Award!

Congratulations to Anastasia L. Karson for winning the Colonial Dames of the Seventeenth Century Essay Contest for: "Revenge in the Salem Witchcraft Hysteria: The Putnam Family and George Burroughs."

The contents of this communication are the sole responsibility of Mark F. Fernandez and do not necessarily represent the opinions or policies of Loyola University New Orleans.

If you have comments or suggestions, email me at mffernan@loyno.edu
This page was last updated on 11 June 2002