Christophe Boucher

Associate Professor

Address: Maybank Hall 328
Office Hours: MW 1:00-2:00, R 9:00-10:00, & by appt.
Phone: 843.953.1420

Christophe Boucher received his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 2001. His research and teaching interests are Native American History, History of the American West, Atlantic World History and French Colonial America. He is currently revising a book manuscript on the early history of the Wyandots, a Northern Iroquoian people who deeply influenced the history of the Great Lakes region until Removal.


Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2001

Research Interests

Native American History
History of the American West
Atlantic World History
French Colonial America

Courses Taught

Conquests of the West
Native American History
The Indians of the Southeast to Removal
The Iroquois
Native Americans in Film

France in North America
Western Representations of Native Americans from the Renaissance to the Present.

Honors and Awards

Boucher also has research interests in the early modern Western representation of Otherness. He has received research grants from the American Philosophical Society and the Newberry Library.