Brian Carroll works in the Department of History at Moravian College where he visits Associate Professor of Public History and overlooks work of History Internship Coordinator. His work focuses on American History with an emphasis on Colonial & Revolutionary America, early national U.S., American Indian history, and public history, history of medicine, history pedagogy, Atlantic World, gender/masculinity, maritime history, war & society. He received his Ph.D. and an M.A from UConn, and a B.A. from Keene State College.
Before beginning his career at Moravian College Brian Carroll served Department of History at Central Washington University in the Center for the Study of American Indian Studies (2012-2017).
Brian D. Carroll is currently completing Monographs, From Warrior to Soldier: New England Indians in the Colonial Military [in revision] and Burning the Hearts of the Dead: Medicine, Migration, and Vampire Belief in Early America [in progress].
Journal Articles / Book Chapters:
“The Effect of Military Service on Indian Communities in Southern New England, 1740-1763.” Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 14, no. 3 (Summer 2016): 506-536.
‘A Mean Business’: Wartime Security, Sovereignty and Southern New England Indians, 1689-1713.” Connecticut History Review 54, no. 2 (Fall 2015): 217-242.
Brian Carroll consults and sheds light much of his work and how history impacts current life and future generations.
Consultant, Lore. “They Made a Tonic.” Episode 1. Directed by Darnell Martin. Written by Jeff Eckerle and Marilyn Osborn. Amazon Studios, October 13, 2017.
Consultant, National Geographic. “The Bloody Truth about Vampires.” Written by Becky Little. NationalGeographic.Com. October 26, 2016.