2019 Appomattox Luncheon
"Race and Reconciliation in American History"

Dr. Michael Goode hanging out in the Salt Lake City Library.

Dr. Michael Goode

Associate Professor: History and Political Science

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Michael Goode is an Associate Professor of History. As a historian of early America and the British Atlantic with a particular focus on religion and political culture, he researches and writes about how early modern peoples thought about and negotiated violence, colonialism, and warfare – and what this tells us about our present-day engagement with these vexing problems. His book project examines the role of peace as a language and practice of government in colonial Pennsylvania.