Dr. Phillip Stone

Archivist, Sandor Teszler Library


Dr. Phillip Stone ’94

Archivist, Wofford College
Lecturer in Government and Humanities

I maintain the archives of Wofford College and of the South Carolina Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.  The archives include the permanently valuable records of the college and the Methodist Church.  In addition, I am teaching a freshman seminar in the liberal arts in the fall of 2022.  In the past I’ve taught western civilization for the History Department, southern and South Carolina politics for the Government and International Affairs Department, serve as a freshman-sophomore adviser, and work with the college’s chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.  I maintain a blog about the college archives.

Outside of Wofford, I enjoy living in an old home in Spartanburg’s historic Hampton Heights neighborhood.  I serve as the chair of the City of Spartanburg’s Planning Commission.

Courses Taught:

GOVT 333 – Southern Politics – Spring 2020

HIST 102 – Western Civilization Since 1815 – Fall 2021

LIBA 101 – The South: What It Was, What It Is, What It Might Be? – Fall 2022.

GOVT 330- South Carolina Politics and Government – Spring 2022