Chris Bairn

Chris Bairn

Chris Bairn

Lecturer
Department of History

COLU 2038

Office Hours :

Thursdays 1:00 - 1:30 pm and by appointment

Areas of Interest

Religious, medieval, Early Modern Europe

Education

  • 2011: Department of History, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Master of Arts
    Major areas of study: Early Christianity, Islam in India and Twentieth Century Europe  
  • 2009: Department of History, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, Bachelor of Arts
    Summa cum Laude and With Highest Distinction
  • 2007: Department of History, Pikes Peak Community College, Associate of Arts Summa cum Laude
  • 2005: Department of Paralegal Studies, Pikes Peak Community College, Associate of Applied Sciences

Courses Taught

  • HIST 3200: The Crusades
  • HIST 3000: A Real Game of Thrones: The Plantagenet Kings of England
  • GPS 1010: Gateway Seminar 
  • HIST 1000: Introduction to Historical Writing 
  • HIST 1020: The Medieval World 
  • HIST 1030: The Rise of Modern Europe 
  • HIS 102: Western Civilization 1650-Present 
  • HIS 112: The World 1500-Present 
  • HIS 122: US History Reconstruction to Present 
  • HIS 247: Twentieth Century World
  • HUM 122: Humanities Medieval to Early Modern

Publications and Presentations

Chris received a grant to write and develop Regensburg: Implementation of the Dictates of the Fourth Lateran Council from the Colorado Immersive Grant: Reacting to the Past, 2013-2014.