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Evan Nooe

Title: Assistant Professor of History
Department: Humanities
USC Lancaster
Phone: 803-313-7453
Office: Native American Studies Center 111
Office Hours: See Current Course Syllabus
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Evan Nooe


Evan Nooe is an Assistant Professor of History and historian for the Native American Studies Center at the University of South Carolina Lancaster. His book Aggression and Sufferings: Settler Violence, Native Resistance, and the Coalescence of the Old South examines how the violent dispossession of the Indigenous South remade the region and white Southerners. Nooe has also published numerous journal articles and essays on the US South, Native American history, violence, tourism, and foodways. His work has appeared in Ethnohistory, Native South, the Southern Quarterly, and the Journal of Tourism History. Nooe also serves as the Book Review Editor for H-AmIndian, as a Content Editor for the Journal of Florida Studies, and on the editorial board for the International Journal of Disney Studies.


Ph.D., US History, University of Mississippi
MA, History, Clemson University
BA, Psychology, University of Florida
BA, History, University of Florida

Professional Experience:

Assistant Professor of History, USC Lancaster, 2022-Present
Part-Time Instructor of American Studies, UNC Charlotte, 2015-2022
Part-Time Instructor of History, Central Piedmont Community College, 2014-2022
Temporary Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University, 2012-2014