Aaron Hoggle

Aaron Hoggle





  • United States History
  • Latin American History



MA, The University of Alabama, 2019
MA, The University of Alabama, 2017
BA, The University of Alabama, 2015
BAC, The University of Alabama, 2009

Research Interests

  • Early Modern America
  • Colonial Latin America and Caribbean
  • 17th and 18th-Century Social History
  • Transatlantic Trade and Material Culture
  • Native American History

Recent Publications

“‘All Here That is of any Note Hath More’: The Social Insecurities of a Female Planter in Colonial South Carolina, 1700-1709,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol 117, No. 4 (October 2016): 314-331.

Current Projects

‘”The veryest rake and the worst of husbands in the world’: Exclusivity and the Gentry Family in Early Eighteenth-Century England.” Seminar paper in progress.

“Indian Traders in the Atlantic Economy: The Effects of the Yamassee War on Colonial South Carolina Trade.” Article under consideration.

I am currently working with a set of 17th and 18th-century family letters that explore the migration of an English family of the gentry class to the emerging colony of South Carolina.