Contested Waters: an Environmental History of the Colorado River (2013). Ph.D. (2004) American history, Western Michigan University M.A. (1974) Secondary Education, Western Michigan University. (269) 387-8711, Campaign Consultant (1996) Educational Leadership, Western Michigan University B.S. University Advancement | Western Michigan University | 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5403. (269) 387-8759, Campaign Manager Dissertation Title: “Bilingual Education, Federalism, and the Political Culture of American Public Education, 1964-1980.” Advisor: Nora Faires. Duke has extensive professional experience in K-12 education, having served as superintendent at Gull Lake and Mendon Community Schools, and director of curriculum, instruction and community services at Galesburg-Augusta Community Schools. (1972) Biological Science, University of Michigan B.A. email@example.com Ph.D. (2007) History, Western Michigan University M.A. Lyon-Jenness’s 2004 book, For Shade and For Comfort: Democratizing Horticulture in the Nineteenth-Century Midwest explores the mid-nineteenth-century boom in horticultural interest and analyzes its cultural significance. Dr. Lucia Curta is an adjunct assistant professor of history at the University of Florida. Ph.D. (2019) History, Western Michigan University, Dissertation Title: "Karczma/Taberna: Public Houses in Cracow during the Jagiellonian Dynasty" Advisor: James Palmitessa. (269) 387-8706, Telemarketing Coordinator (1991) Benedictine College. (February, 2014). She has a Ph.D. in European and art history from WMU. Becker’s research interests focus on the medieval Mediterranean and include cultural interaction exchange, and colonization; urban history and demography; forms of documentation; ways of knowing and memory; and historiography. Specifically, Baughman has been working on a monograph of Emperor Commodus which has grown out of his dissertation. (269) 387-8718, Marketing Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org (269) 387-8761, Support Specialist Below is an alphabetical listing of the WMU University Advancement Staff, beginning with our Vice President. email@example.com Dr. Juleen Eichinger is the owner of an editorial business, Eichinger Communications, LLC in Tucson, Arizona. Her business provides editorial services to scholars and publishers, specializing in Medieval studies, history and literature. His second book, Southeastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 500-1250 (2006), was published with Cambridge University Press. Dissertation Title: “Power and Prayer as Reflected in ‘A Mirror of Monastic Perfection’: A Prosopographical Study of the Abbey of La Chaise-Dieu, 1043-1184.” Advisor: E. Rozanne Elder. His areas of research include the United States since 1877, US diplomatic history, American studies and German history and cultural studies since 1700. (2000) Spring Arbor University, Dissertation Title: "Christians in Pre-Islamic Arabia: Societies, Sects, and Scriptures" Advisor: Paul Maier. Dr. April R. Summitt is the dean of general education at La Sierra University in southern California. See The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 16(2017), 206-227. A special thank you to everyone who came out this weekend for the WMU Alumni Association Campus Car Parade! Titled “Councils, Petitions, and Delegations: Crow Creek Activism and the Progressive Era in Central South Dakota,” Dr. Galler’s article argues that Native people were quite active in their reservation communities during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. (269) 387-8713, Executive Assistant Curta has taught a wide array of courses on medieval ethnicity, economic and social history, religion, and archaeology. Dr. McCandless’ position includes both online and traditional lecture courses in world history as well as upper-division courses in his specialization of medieval European history. Dissertation Title: “Ladies Library Associations in Michigan: Women, Reform, and Use of Public Space.” Advisor: Linda Borish.Dr. (269) 387-8094, Assistant Vice President of Operations Dr. Steven R. Cartwright was the acquisitions associate for Western Michigan University Libraries.Dr. Dissertation Title: “The Gendered Plight of Terror: Annexation and Exile in Latvia, 1940-53.” Advisor: Marion W. Gray. Ph.D. (2011) History, Western Michigan University M.A. Dr. R. Clifford Jones gave 19 years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary as associate dean and professor of Christian ministry, leaving in 2014 for his current role as president to the Lake Region Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. (1973) Religion, Cornerstone University. 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Turner, former Washington State Court of Appeals Judge, Division 2, This page was last edited on 14 October 2020, at 19:12. He has taught courses in The Early and Later Middle Ages, Medieval Conquest and Colonization, and The Great Plague and Late Medieval Society. He is working on his next book, an organizational biography of Tillers International. firstname.lastname@example.org (269) 387-8710, Director of Major Gifts (269) 387-8785, Administrative Assistant (1976) History, Fitchburg State University. Jass began teaching at Adrian College in 2005. His most recent book, The Edinburgh History of the Greeks, c. 500 to 1050 (2011), explores the relation between the presence of Byzantine troops and the rise of a landed aristocracy in early medieval Greece. (269) 387-8708, University Advancement | Western Michigan University | 1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5403, University Advancement | Western Michigan University1903 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5403, Executive Assistant Senior to the Vice President, Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations. Her research interests focus primarily on American history, including American culture studies, material culture and public history. Curta has appeared on several History Channel specials. email@example.com This study specifically looks at relations between Italian and North African merchants, and will lead to a larger project on the role of translators as cultural facilitators between various Mediterranean communities.