Jonathan Lande is an American historian, who earned his Ph.D. at Brown University (2018). His project won the Allan Nevins Prize for the best dissertation in American history from the Society of American Historians. He is an Assistant Professor at Weber State University,
His research explores slavery, emancipation, and racism. He has presented his research at conferences, including meetings of the American Historical Association, the Organization of American Historians, the African American Intellectual History Society, and the Southern Historical Association. He is the recipient of the Southern Historical Association’s Holmes Paper Prize and the African American Intellectual History Society’s Du Bois-Wells Paper Prize.
He has published articles and reviews in venues such as Journal of American History, Journal of Southern History, Journal of Social History, Journal of African American History, and Civil War History. He also contributed to the historical blogs of the Society of Civil War Historians and the African American Intellectual History Society.
He teaches courses in American history, including African American history, the Antebellum Era, and the Civil War. For his teaching, Brown awarded him the Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.