Ansley Quiros, Ph.D.


(256) 765-4493
UNA Box 5019
Willingham Hall 106
Assistant Professor, History

Research and Teaching Fields:
U.S. History, 1877-present, History of the Civil Rights Movement, American Religious History, History of the South, African American History, post 1945 History, oral history

Institution Degree Year
Furman University B.A. 2008
Vanderbilt University M.A. 2010
Vanderbilt University Ph.D. 2014

Research, Teaching, and Other Interests:

  • Ph.D. Vanderbilt University, “‘God’s on our Side, Today’: Lived Theology in the Civil Rights Movement in Americus, Georgia, 1942-1976,” 2014. 
  • Contributor, “Models of Congregational Repentance: Truth-Telling along the Path to Reconciliation,” Louisville Institute for the Study of American Protestantism, 2014
  • “Christianity and the Civil Rights Movement,” The American YAWP,

 Courses Taught:

  • HI 201: United States History to 1877
  • HI 202: United States History since 1877
  • HI 455/555: United States History, 1920-1945