HIS 3423G - North of the Wall: Scotland from Foundations to 1603
HIS 4412E - The Tudors and Stuarts: Early Modern England
- Assistant Professor
Telephone: 519-661-2111 ext. x84986 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Lawson Hall 3270 Office Hours: By appointment
Professor Cull is interested in the history of popular culture in the United States and focuses specifically on P.T. Barnum, carnival culture, and the 19th Century freak show. He is a professor in the American Studies Program in the History Department.
"Freaking History: The Image of the Wild Man in Blood Meridian". Determinism and Fatalism in the Works of Cormac McCarthy. U of Tennessee Press. Forthcoming 2017.
"Introduction". Freaks: Photographs from the Enrico Praloran Collection. Ed Sam Stourdzé and Anne Lacoste. Lausanne: Idpure editions, Musée de l’Eysée, 2012.