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Bradley Hale, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of History and Political Science
Phone: (626) 815-6000, Ext. 3133
Brad Hale, Ph.D., specializes in modern European and African history. In addition to research on French missionary efforts in 20th-century North Africa, Hale also studies the events, politics, and culture of 1968.


Ph.D., University of Connecticut
M.A., University of Connecticut
B.A., Vassar College


  • College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
    • History and Political Science


  • 1968
  • French Colonialism
  • Modern Africa
  • Modern Europe
  • Modern France
  • Modern World History

Courses Taught

HIST 121 – World Civilizations Since 1648
HIST 357 – Enlightenment Europe
HIST 358 – Europe 1789–1914
HIST 359 – Europe 1914–1992
POLI 300 – Research and Writing
POLI 390 – History and Politics of the Non-Western World
POLI 496 – Senior Seminar: Religion and Politics
ENGL 110 – Freshman Writing Seminar

Professional/Scholarly Presentations

Hale, Brad. "The Protestant and Muslim Invasions: Catholic Missionaries and Religious Pluralism in Colonial Algeria, 1919-1939." The Western Society for French History, Annual Conference, Albuquerque, 2007

Hale, Brad. "The White Fathers' Burden: Catholic Missionaries and the Mission Civilisatrice in Interwar Algeria." Western Society for French History, Annual Conference, Lubbock , 2004

Hale, Brad. "'Lazarus Come Forth': The Mission civilisatrice and the 'resurrection' of Christianity in twentieth-century colonial Algeria." The Western Society for French History, Annual Conference, Colorado Springs, 2005

Hale, Brad. “Is God Over Thirty: Christianity and the Generation Gap in 1968.” The Legacy of 1968: An Interdisciplinary Conference, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA, April 5, 2008.

Office Hours

Monday–Thursday, 11 a.m.–12 p.m.

Office Location

Ronald Building, Room 122, East Campus

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