Annie Tock

Annie Tock is an adjunct instructor in History at the University of Maine and an assistant site
supervisor for the Walhain St. Paul Project, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. Her research and
professional interests include collective violence, law, and space in the British Atlantic from
about 1600-1850; maritime material culture and ship construction; and medieval archaeology
and study abroad. Whenever possible, Annie tries to model her classes on the St. John’s College
method that prioritizes seminar discussions and student-led inquiry.
PhD, History, University of Maine, 2020
MA, Maritime Studies and Underwater Archaeology, East Carolina University, 2013
MA, History, Eastern Illinois University, 2008
BA, History, Hanover College, 2001

Past and Present Courses Taught:
HTY 103: Creating America to 1877
HTY 104: United States History Since 1877
HTY 365: The American Immigrant Experience