David D. Doyle, Jr., Director
Raised in northern New England David D. Doyle, Jr. is the Director of the University Honors Program, Assistant Dean of Dedman College, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Working with historians Martin Duberman, David Nasaw, and Randolph Trumbach, Dr. Doyle completed the Ph.D. in American History from the City University of New York. His fields of interest within American History are the study of gender and sexuality and he is currently at work on a book examining male sexuality in late nineteenth century New York and New England. He has published reviews and articles in Reviews in American History, and The Journal of the History of Sexuality, and the AHA Committee on Lesbian and Gay History Newsletter.
Dr. Doyle teaches both sections of the U.S. History survey and an interdisciplinary Cultural Formations course, “Sex in America: An introduction,” which has readings in American History, Anthropology, literary criticism, Biology, and Psychology.
Sally Spaniolo, Advisor for the University Honors Program
Catherine B. Myers, Honors Coordinator