Dr. Andrew P. Haley is an associate professor of American cultural history at the University of Southern Mississippi and author of Turning the Tables: Restaurants and the Rise of the American Middle Class, 1880-1920.
Along with teaching courses on Gilded Age and Progressive Era, I study the history of class and culture from the late nineteenth century through the middle of the twentieth century. I am the author of a book on restaurant culture and the middle class at the turn of the century, and I am currently working on two additional manuscripts. The first is a book on children and eating and the second, under contract with Reaktion Books, explores the global rise of restaurant dining. This site features information on my teaching and research.
spring 2015 courses
- History 102 Online - World Civilizations (Blackboard Access Only)
- American Studies 404/History 479 History of Eating in America
The Mississippi Community Cookbook Project is a grant-funded research and archival project that seeks to digitize, describe, and make available to the public Mississippi community cookbooks published between 1900 and 1970. To learn more, visit our website.
Andrew Haley was featured in a recent Freakonomics broadcast. Check it out at There's No Such Thing as a Free Appetizer.
Turning the Tables, Andrew Haley's book on the rise of the middle class, is available from the University of North Carolina Press, Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble. It was named a finalist for the 2012 International Association of Culinary Professionals Book Award in Culinary History and is the 2012 winner of the James Beard Foundation Book Award for Reference and Scholarship. For more information about Turning the Tables, information about book signings, and links to reviews, please visit the book's Facebook page.
world civilization film series