Olin-Sang American Civilization Center, 119
DegreesBrandeis University, Ph.D.
Boston University School of Law, J.D.
University of Nevada-Las Vegas, B.A.
ExpertiseAmerican legal, political and economic history; constitutional law.
ProfileWinston Bowman is a lecturer in the Department of History. His research focuses on the role the federal courts played in the development of American constitutional, political and economic discourses. He teaches a broad range of courses on American legal, political and social history. Prior to pursuing his graduate studies at Brandeis, Bowman practiced as a trial attorney in Las Vegas, NV.
|HIST||106a||The Warren Court and Social Justice|
|HIST||108b||The Corporation in American History|
|HIST||141a||Sex, Marriage and the State in American History|
|HIST||157a||Labor and Class Conflict in America, 1676-2012|
|HIST||169a||Thought and Culture in Modern America|
|UWS||11b||The Long Civil Rights Movement|
Awards and Honors
Jerome I. Braun Prize in Western Legal History (2014)
Bowman, Winston Alexander. ""A Civil Death: Mormon Disenfranchisement in the Intermountain West"." Western Legal History (2015). (forthcoming)
Bowman, Winston Alexander. ""Constitutional Development from 1886 to 1937"." Encyclopedia of American Governance. 2015. (forthcoming)