Timothy M. James, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Department of Humanities & Fine Arts
Grayson House 201
University of South Carolina Beaufort
801 Carteret Street
Beaufort SC 29902
Timothy M. James joined USCB as an Assistant Professor of History in 2006. He teaches courses in World History, Colonial and Modern Latin America, American Legal History, Comparative Slavery and the History of Human Rights. His current research interests include the legal and political history of nineteenth and twentieth century Mexico. He is the author of Revolución social e interpretación constitucional: la Suprema Corte y la reforma social revolucionaria, 1916-1934. Dr. James earned a B.A. at Appalachian State University and an M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.