Alexandra Tsahiridis

Adjunct Professor

Address: Maybank Hall 323
Office Hours: By appointment.
Phone: 843.953.1420

Alexandra Tsahiridis received her BA from the University of Arkansas and her first MA degree in Global History from American Public University System. She is currently working on her second MA degree in Psychology of Mental Health and Counseling from Capella University to be eligible for her license in counseling. She plans to get her PhD shortly after. 

Alexandra's research covers the American Western frontier, Indigenous Studies, and Women's Studies, with an emphasis on the impact Western pop culture has had on society and history. As a speaker and philanthropist, Alexandra focuses her work on teaching classes, speaking to organizations about her historical findings, and researching different aspects of historical preservation and intersectionality.

In her free time, you can find Alexandra reading a book to add to her already large library, cultivating more plant growth, and traveling the world with her favorite companion, her dog Hemingway.


B.A. University of Arkansas 2020

M.A. American Public University System 2021 

Research Interests

American Wild West 

Indigenous Studies

Women's Studies

Western Popular Culture 

North American Borderland Studies

Intersectionality Studies