Brandon Stone

Adjunct Professor

Address: Maybank Hall, Room 323
Office Hours: M 9:00-11:00, 12:00-2:00
Phone: 843.953.1420

Brandon M. Stone, born and raised in Charleston, earned his undergraduate degree in History from Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina. Inside Brandon's undergraduate experience he successfully led the Prince Fellowship Research Program in local history, served as the president of Phi Alpha Theta (National History Honor Society), worked within CCU's Department of Philanthropy and Alumni Relations, and marched in the Drumline. Brandon decided to come back home to earn his graduate degree in History with a concentration in Public History from the joint M.A. program in History at the College of Charleston and the Citadel. Within the program Brandon served as the treasurer for two years with the Graduate Historical Society. Currently, Brandon serves as the Volunteer and Interpretive Coordinator at the historic Edmondston-Alston House Museum on 21 East Battery in Charleston. His research specialty and scholarship involve the history of enslavement, public memory, and historic interpretation in Charleston and throughout the Low Country. In any spare time that Brandon has, you can find him either fishing for Red Drum along the Ashley or the Cooper, or actually playing the drums at the Cathedral of St. Luke & St. Paul. 

Be sure to read his latest research, "Armed with a Gun & Sword: New Perspectives on the Alleged Denmark Vesey Co-Conspirators and the Workhouse Trials."  


B.A. Coastal Carolina University
M.A. College of Charleston

Research Interests

History of enslavement
Public memory
Historic interpretation in the Low Country