Dr. Anthony Guidone

Assistant Professor of History

Anthony Guidone

Anthony Guidone received his Ph.D. in American History from George Mason University. His research interests include early American history, New England history, and the history of commerce and exploration. He is currently preparing a book entitled The Empire’s City: A Global History of Salem, Massachusetts, 1783-1820. This book shows how the social, cultural, and economic development of Salem was shaped by the city’s trade with Asia in the early years of the United States. He has also completed research projects in Virginia history including digital exhibits on slavery and the descendants of George Mason IV and on the overlapping histories of higher education and civil rights in 1960s Fairfax, Virginia. He teaches classes on early American history, Virginia history, and Digital History at Radford.

Contact: aguidone@radford.edu