Dr. Anthony Joseph Dr. Anthony Joseph Professor, History: Co-Director, MLA Program


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Dr. Anthony M. Joseph teaches courses in UST’s history and MLA programs as well as in the Core. He holds degrees from The University of Texas at Austin (B.A.) and Princeton University (Ph.D.) His research interests include early America, American legal history, the history of the family, and the history of the unborn child. Dr. Joseph is the author of a book on the Pennsylvania legislature in the revolutionary era and an associate editor of two volumes of The Documentary History of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1789-1800. He has previously taught at Houston Baptist University and Eastern University.


  • Doctor of Philosophy - History - Princeton (1999)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Plan II Honors Program - University of Texas at Austin (1988)

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