Centre College Faculty
Amos T. Tubb• Gordon B. Davidson Associate Professor of History
• Chair of History Program
Office: Crounse Hall—428
Amos Tubb is the Gordon B. Davidson Associate Professor of History, and was named a Centre Scholar in 2009. He holds a B.A. from the University of California-Davis, and received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from University of California-Riverside.
Dr. Tubb’s research interests include the British Civil War and the Commonwealth. He has published such articles as Printing the Regicide of Charles I and Mixed Messages: Royalist Newsbook Reports of Charles I’s Execution and the Leveller Uprising.
Tubb taught at UC Riverside before coming to Centre.
To read a 20 Questions profile of Dr. Tubb, click here. To read about Tubb’s being voted “best storyteller” in Kentucky Monthly’s 2010 “Professor Superlatives” feature, click here.
File last updated: 9/26/13