Aaron Haberman teaches modern American political and constitutional history. He received his B.A. in history from Washington and Lee University and a M.A. in history from the University of South Carolina. In 2006 he completed his Ph.D. at the University of South Carolina, specializing in Modern United States history, with a secondary field in Latin American history. His research uses the issue of school prayer as a case study to explore the political experience of conservative Christians as well as the broader role of religion in modern American political life. His publications appear in The Historian, Southern Historian, H-Politics, and The Journal of Church and State.
When he is not teaching or studying history, Professor Haberman is an avid long distance runner. He has competed in running events ranging from 5K to the marathon.
During Spring 2014, Professor Haberman is teaching the following courses. Printable syllabi are available below:
- HIST 101: Survey of American History, 1877 to the Present | Syllabus
- HIST 280: Sophomore Seminar | Syllabus
- HIST 355: America as a World Power: United States History from 1945 to Present | Syllabus