History Instructor

Milam Hall

Milam Hall 302C

2520 SW Campus Way

2520 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
PhD University of Florida
Curriculum Vitae: 

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Affiliated with: 
School of History, Philosophy, and Religion
OSU Main Campus
Courses Taught: 

HST 416 - Food in World History

HST 366- Native North America

HST 201 - US History to 1820

HST 370 - Popular Music and Social Change in America

Research/Career Interests: 

Nick Foreman studies Early American History through the lens of Food and uses distribution sites like public marketplaces, trading posts, and hunting camps to examine the course of development in the cultural borderlands of North America. His current project is a history of food systems and cultural development in Louisiana during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries through the actions of Native American, African, and working-class food traders.   

At OSU, he teaches courses in Food History, Early America, Native American History, and the history of American Music.