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Steven Krug

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Graduate Student

Steve is a PhD student in the UGA history department examining Anglo-American colonial relations during the eighteenth century. He is particularly interested in American views concerning the nature and types of corruption exhibited within the British imperial bureaucracy. His research focuses on policies of “salutary neglect” and evidence of debilitating, systemic flaws within the British imperial constitution.

History represents a second career for Steve. He received an undergraduate degree in business administration from the University of Virginia and worked for many years as a financial consultant for accounting and investment banking firms. He works as a teaching assistant in the department.

Steve has presented research at a conference hosted by the Texas A&M University. He is currently preparing a paper describing how British royal governors attempted to control vice and fraud among American colonists in the South.


M.A. History, May 2020, University of Georgia

B.A. History, December 2016, Arizona State University

Events featuring Steven Krug
via Zoom

Steven Krug will defend his M.A. thesis, ""Necessity Has No Law": Royal Governors in the Pre-Revolutionary Constitutional Debates" via Zoom conference with his graduate advisory committee. The Major Professor is Dr. Stephen Mihm. The university community is invited. If you wish to attend please contact the…

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