Visiting Assistant Professor // History
Office and Contact
Room: UNIV 120
Office hours: by appointment
Timothy Day is currently teaching SCLA 101: Transformative Texts in the College of Liberal Arts at Purdue University. He attended five different universities in three different countries for his undergraduate and graduate degrees, which included a BA in History from Purdue University. He received his MA and PhD in Transnational and Comparative History from Central Michigan University, where he taught as a teaching assistant and as an adjunct professor. He specializes in Modern France and Britain and wrote his dissertation comparing the Gallican and Anglican Churches in the early nineteenth century.