Amanda Lea Miracle, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of History
Hello! I’m Amanda Lea Miracle and I’m the newest addition to the Social Sciences department. I’m also a proud graduate of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (M. A. and B.A.) and of Bowling Green State University (Ph.D.). As an Assistant Professor of History I teach courses on the American Colonies, the American Revolution, Early Women’s History, Sex and Sexuality in Early America—to name a few. My research interests lie in Colonial America, Women’s history, and the art of teaching.
I am newly married to Francis Noll and have three cats: a recluse, a diva, and a social butterfly. Probably one of the most interesting things about me is that while in graduate school I rowed for 25 hours non-stop, which earned me the title for the longest continual row by any woman—ever.
My office is in 411C Plumb Hall, phone number (620) 341-5538, and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.