Curriculum Vitae Phillip Frank Reid 305 N. 23 rd St

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Curriculum Vitae
Phillip Frank Reid

305 N. 23rd St.

Wilmington NC 28405 USA

(910) 352-3171
French (reading strong, translating)

German(reading moderate)

Academic Qualifications
Ph.D. ABD with distinction, Maritime History, Memorial University of Newfoundland, May 2014; expect completion spring 2016. Dissertation working title: “Merchant Ship Technology and the Development of the British Atlantic Empire, 1600-1800.” Advisor: Neil M. Kennedy.
M.A., Maritime History & Nautical Archaeology, East Carolina University, 1998. Thesis title: “The German Barque Peking: History, Restoration and Interpretation of a Cape Horn Sailing Ship.” Advisor: Michael A. Palmer.
B.A., Humanities & Social Sciences, Hendrix College, 1990.
Scholarly Publications
“The Symbolism of Warship Names of the French Navy, 1661-1815” by Martine Acerra (translation from the French), under consideration at Coriolis Interdisciplinary Journal of Maritime Studies
Scholarly Papers and Presentations
“The Time Machine? Using Replica Analysis to Understand Merchant Ships, 1600-1800,” part of panel “Post-Mortem on the Sea,” North American Society for Oceanic History Conference, Monterey, California, 2015
Academic Awards and Distinctions
A.G. Hatcher Memorial Scholarship, Memorial University, Faculty of Arts nominee, 2015
Short-Term Research Fellowship, Peabody Essex Museum/Phillips Library, 2015
Clark G. Reynolds Student Paper Award for best student paper presented to annual conference, North American Society for Oceanic History, 2015
Chad Smith Travel Grant, North American Society for Oceanic History, 2015

Scholarship in the Arts Research Travel Grant, Department of History, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2015

Graduate Research Fellowship, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 2012-
Graduate Research Fellowship, East Carolina University, 1996-1998
National Merit Scholarship, Hendrix College, 1986-1987
Areas of Teaching Expertise
Western Civilization (surveys) American History (surveys)

Early Modern Material Culture Early Modern Atlantic World

Modern Europe Colonial America

Colonial Caribbean Early Modern Maritime History

History of Technology Modern Maritime History

History of Ship Design & Construction Naval History

Teaching Positions Held
Teaching Assistant, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Department of History, 2012-present
Adjunct Instructor of History, Cape Fear Community College, 2001-2011
Teaching Assistant, East Carolina University, Department of History, 1996-1998
For Credit Teaching Experience
Cape Fear Community College
History 121 Western Civilization to 1500

History 122 Western Civilization since 1500

History 131 American History to 1865

History 132 American History since 1865

Scholarly and Public Activities
Coordinator of Public Programs, Gaston County Museum, Dallas, North Carolina, 1998-2000 (co-developed two principal temporary exhibits)
Summer Intern Interpreter-Researcher, Fort Macon State Park, Atlantic Beach North Carolina, 1997 (archival research, exhibit design and development, interpretation, artifact conservation)
Program coordinator, professional & technical training, Department of Continuing Education, Georgia State University, Atlanta, 1993-1995
Professional Memberships
North American Society for Oceanic History
Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture
Society for the History of Technology
The Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction
The Society for Nautical Research

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