Centre College Faculty

Amos Tubb

Amos T. Tubb

• Gordon B. Davidson Associate Professor of History
• Chair of History Program

Phone: 859-238-5261
E-mail: amos.tubb@centre.edu
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.

British History with Amos Tubb from Centre College on Vimeo.

File last updated: 9/26/13