Gina G. Bennett received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Arlington and her dissertation focused on the role of women as investors, manufacturers and merchants, and wayfarers associated with The Company of Scotland Trading to Africa and the Indies in 1690s and their influence in the wider Atlantic World.

In addition to researching in archives in Scotland and the Americas, she is presently a Limited Term Assistant Professor at Kennesaw State University in Georgia with years of faculty experience at The University of Texas at Arlington, Texas A&M University-Commerce, and The University of Texas at Dallas.

What Students Say:

One of my favorite professors. She has a great passion for what she teaches and helps all students excel in this class, but still makes us think and challenges us with creative projects and work that motivates and encourages us to learn and absorb history. Loved her approach and her passion. 10/10

Student at Kennesaw State University, Fall 2021;

She is well-spoken and her method of teaching actually makes you feel like you’re learning rather than just doing stuff for a grade.

Student at Kennesaw State University, Fall 2021

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