Contact the History & Politics Department

For more information about the history program, please contact the department chair:

Dr. Paul J. Morton
History Department
14049 Scenic Highway
Lookout Mountain, GA 30750

Phone: 706.419.1626
Fax: 706.820.2165
E-mail: paul.morton@covenant.edu

 

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Dr. Alicia Jackson was awarded a grant from The Louisville Institute. The institute is interested in advancing American religious and theological scholarship.

Raeanne Curtis '17, Gabby Powell '17 & Chase Waller '18 describe a project they participated in for a class on the Civil War era taught by Dr. Alicia Jackson.

Jonathan Mullen

History major Jonathan Mullen practices transactional law while striving to "protect the reputation of the gospel" in his professional relationships.

"I enjoy Dr. Green’s Intro to History class because he presents history differently than my high school teachers did. During the first few classes we discussed what history is. Some people believe that history is what happened in the past or just a compilation of facts; but we defined history as the act of selecting, analyzing, and writing about the past. Dr. Green made me want to stay a history major."
 - Isaac Van Puffelen '18
Faithful Learning | Dr. Jay Green
Dr. Green discusses his Faithful Learning booklet series and the task of Christian scholarship.