In This Section

Christopher C. Boyle

Teaching Associate

Jonathan Doe
Contact Christopher C. Boyle
ccboyle@coastal.edu

Brittan Hall 378

Hours: Monday and Wednesday: 4:00PM - 5:15PM

Think Back – often a retrospect delights the mind.” - Dante

Biography

Professor Boyle grew up in New York’s Hudson Valley, and in 1990 began taking classes at Coastal.  Upon graduating from Coastal, Mr. Boyle attended Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina where he earned his Masters of the Arts degree in American History.  He is currently reworking his Master’s thesis entitled “The Social Organizations and Leisurely Activities of the Georgetown Rice Planters: 1840-1861” into a forthcoming book entitled, “Forging Southern Nationalism in Antebellum Georgetown, South Carolina.”  Boyle is the author of several minor publications, as well as the well-received “Mansfield Plantation: A Legacy on The Black River” which was published by the History Press in 2014. Professor Boyle lives in Loris, South Carolina with his wife D’Andrea and their three children Brandon, Veda and Hannah. 

Education 

MA in American History from Winthrop University, May 1996

BA in History from Coastal Carolina, May 1993

A.A.S. from SUNY Dutchess Community College, May 1990

Teaching Areas

American History

Research Areas

South Carolina Low Country Plantation Studies