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Ph.D. Florida State University
M.A. Florida State University
B.A. University of Miami

Publications/Presentations/Public Speaking, etc.:

Author of fifteen books and more than 200 articles and book reviews
Editor of Tequesta, The Journal of History Miami and HM

Academic/Research Interests:

Florida, Miami, and South Florida History


The Arthur Hertz Endowed Teaching Chair 1997-1999
Teacher of the Year for Wolfson and Inter American Campuses, 1995
MDC, Wolfson National Society of Leadership and Success Teacher of the Year for 2012-2013
Person of the Year through its Exemplar Award, Notre Dade Club of South Florida, 1997

Professional Involvement

President, Florida Historical Society, 1986-1989
President, Wolfson Florida Moving Image Archives, 1996-2005
Member, Historic Preservation Board, Miami-Dade County, 1997-Present

Courses Taught:

AMH 2010   History of the United States to 1877
AMH 2020   History of the United States since 1877
AMH 2070 History of Florida
AMH 2079   History of South Florida
ISS 1120   The Social Environment
WOH 2012   History of World Civilization to 1715
WOH 2022   History of World Civilization from 1715



George, Paul S., Ph.D.
Professor, History


Office:  3506-19

Phone: (305)237-3723


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