Dr. Mark Wallace
Associate Professor of History
Office 330 in the Lyon Business and Economics Building
870.307.7344 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Mark C. Wallace is an Associate Professor of History at Lyon College. He teaches British and Scottish history, lecturing on a wide range of subjects including British Imperialism, Scottish cultural, social, and intellectual history from the fifteenth century to the present, and the Scottish Enlightenment. A former Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh, he has written extensively on Scottish Freemasonry and eighteenth-century Scottish clubs and societies. His latest book, The Great Transformation: Scottish Freemasonry 1725-1810 (Westphalia, 2018), examines the changing nature of Scottish Freemasonry in its wider British and European contexts during the eighteenth century.
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