Robert Luttrell McBath, Jr., M.A. (Georgia State University, ’78), Adjunct Lecturer.
Teaches: Freshman Modern World History; Southeast Asia Colonial History 1870-1954; and The Modern British Monarchy, Queen Victoria to Queen Elizabeth II (both senior level). History Department, Suite 2020, 25 Park Place, room 2042. Phone: 404.413.6380; Email: [email protected].
A veteran of the U.S. Navy (1965-69), Mr. McBath has taught for a span of 37 years in the History Department, as well as serving in several University administrative positions, including as Assistant Director of International Student and Scholar Services and Interim Assistant Dean of Students. The Tidewater Virginian has lived primarily in Midtown Atlanta since 1980. Mr. McBath has travelled internationally for more than six decades, primarily in Asia and Europe: his favourite places are Virginia, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Tuscany, Italy.