John Draughon Lary

Adjunct Professor

Address: Maybank Hall 330
Office Hours: MWF 10:00-10:45 & 1:00-1:45
Phone: 843.953.1420

John Draughon Lary received his Ph.D. from Indiana University in 2011.  His dissertation is entitled Communitarianism in Postwar Belgium: From the Flemish Movement to “New Immigrants,” 1954-1993.  It examines the fragmentation of postwar Belgian identity into Flemish, Francophone and “New Immigrant” communities.


Ph.D., Indiana University
M.A., University of Chicago

Research Interests

History of Postwar Europe, Muslims in 20th Century Europe

Courses Taught

History of European Nationalism
History of Terrorism
History of the Middle East and North Africa
Western Civilization I and II

Ideas in the Ancient World

Ideologies in the Modern World

The Historian's Craft
Europe Since 1939

Honors and Awards

Research Fellow at the Institute for European Studies at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Fulbright IIE (for Belgium) 2006-2007
FFTF (Future Faculty Teaching Fellowship) 2005-2006
FLAS Scholarship (for the Dutch language) 2003-2004