Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Seminar
Ph.D., American History, University of New Hampshire
M.A., History, University of New Hampshire
B.A., History, University of Southern Maine
Among his career highlights he lists; American Association for State and Local History Award of Merit, the Albert B. Corey Award for Sacrifice of Self, 2008, the New England Museum Association Second Place Award for Sacrifice of Self, 2008 and the Ronald J Lettieri Award for Excellence in Teaching, Mount Ida College 2006
Professor Eames is a member of Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, the Organization of American Historians and the Society for Military History.
His recent publications include: Rustic Warriors: Warfare and the Provincial Soldier on the New England Frontier, 1689-1748. New York University Press (War and Society Series). New York, NY. November, 2011, and Sacrifice of Self: Nahant and the Civil War. Donning Company Publishers, Virginia Beach, VA, 2007. Copyright, Nahant Historical Society.
Professor Eames teaches American Civil War, Europe 1900-1945, That Mad Game: The Perception and Reality of War, Hollywood in the Studio Age, Revolutionary America, America in Depression and War, New England History, England in World War II, and American History I & II.