Ward Regan

Ward Regan has a Ph.D. in Labor and Cultural History from the State  University of New York at Stony Brook. He teaches history and philosophy at New York University Liberal Studies and Global Liberal Studies Program. 

Dr. Regan's recent book, as editor and contributor, Great Books Written in Prison (2015) was published by McFarland Press. His essay “Thomas Paine: Life During Wartime” is included as a chapter in the anthology Experiencing the French Revolution (SVEC, Oxford University, 2013), and he has an article on Transportation in The World of the Civil War: A Daily Life Encyclopedia.

 He has worked in off-Broadway theater and independent film in New York for over twenty-five years, most recently as a Consulting Producer for the documentary Obit (2016). Previously, he wrote and widely performed his own show, A Paranoid’s Guide to History. 


Olios with this teacher

Upcoming:


Jan 22

Becoming a Superpower: America's Expansion and Influence

Taught by Ward Regan
7:30 p.m. at Strong Rope Brewery

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Past:


Dec 4

*Olio Series* The Rise and Fall of the American Republic

Taught by Ward Regan
7:30 p.m. at Strong Rope Brewery

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Oct 15

Sep 12

Aug 17

Thomas Paine and the Flame of Revolution

Taught by Ward Regan
7:30 p.m. at The Old Stone House

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May 27

Great Books Written in Prison: From Plato to MLK

Taught by Ward Regan
7 p.m. at Molasses Books

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