Jim Piecuch

Professor of History

Contact Information

Office: Social Sciences (SO 22), Room 4116
Email: jpiecuch@kennesaw.edu
Phone: 470-578-6059
Fax: 470-578-9149


Jim Piecuch worked thirteen years as a professional firefighter in Manchester, NH, before returning to college. After earning a BA in history from the University of New Hampshire-Manchester and an MA from the University of New Hampshire in Durham, he completed his Ph.D. in American history at the College of William & Mary in Virginia.

Dr. Piecuch specializes in the history of the American Revolution, and has published extensively on that topic. His books include The Battle of Camden: A Documentary History (2006), Three Peoples, One King: Loyalists, Indians and Slaves in the Revolutionary South (2008), “Cool Deliberate Courage”: John Eager Howard in the American Revolution (2009), and “The Blood Be Upon Your Head”: Tarleton and the Myth of Buford’s Massacre (2010). He has also written several articles and essays on colonial and Revolutionary history.

In addition, Dr. Piecuch recently completed a multiyear project that produced signs and a brochure to interpret the Revolutionary War battlefields of Camden and Hobkirk's Hill in South Carolina. He is currently working on several other research projects on other aspects of the American Revolution when he is not roving the South Carolina woods with his Siberian huskies, Shyleea and Max.

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Program Members

Brown-Spiers, Miriam
Dickey, Jennifer
Dudenhoeffer, Larrie
Eanes, Edward
Giddens, Elizabeth
Hedeen, Tim
Hill, Rebecca
Jaramillo, Nathalia
Keltner, Stacy
Kim, Na-Rae
King, David
LeBaron, Alan
Lewis, Catherine
Lieberman, Robbie
McClintock, Diana
McGrew, Mandy
Miller, Cherie
Morgan, Nina
Niemann, Linda
Nystrom, Elsa
Paracka, Daniel
Patton, Randy
Piecuch, Jim
Pynn, Tom
Reeve, Kay
Richards, Anne
Silva, Ernesto
Stewart, Linda
Thomas, Griselda
Thomas, Joe
Way, Albert
Wright, Trey