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1990s Alumni

Department of History: The University of Tennessee, 1997
Department of History: The University of Tennessee, 1997

Walt Bailey: M.A. 1999
Supervising Professor: Dr. Ash
Current Position: Regional Interpretive Specialist, Texas State Parks.
Thesis Title: “An Uncertain Shepherd: Ideology and Doctrine of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States, 1861-1865″

Stephen A. Berrey: M.A. 1997
Supervising Professor: Dr. Fleming
Current Position:Assistant Professor, University of Michigan

Jennifer E. Brooks: Ph.D. 1997
Current Position: Associate Professor, Auburn University

Ralph W. Brown III: Ph.D. 1995
Supervising Professor: Dr. Johnson
Current Position: Interim Head & Associate Professor, University of Louisiana, Monroe
Dissertation Title: “A Cold War Army of Occupation”
Publishing: 2001: “Removing ‘Nasty Nazi Habits:’ The CIC and the Denazification of Heidelberg University, 1945-1946”
2007: “U.S. Army Intelligence in Vienna & the Case of Irving S. Ross and Dana Superina”

Don Lanza: PhD. 1991
Supervising Professor: Dr. Bohstedt
Current Position: Professor, Roane State Community College

Kevin G. Mason: M.A. 1997
Supervising Professor: Dr. Ash
Current Position: Strategic Planner: United States Army
Dissertation Title: “Black Sabbith: The Battle of Mill Springs, 17 January 1862″

Jeff McEwen: M.A. 1995
Supervising Professor: Dr. Bohstedt
Current Position: Associate Professor, Chattanooga State Technical Community College
Dissertation Title: “A Virtueless Man in an Age of Virtu:  Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Perigord and the French Machiavellian Moment”

Amy Miller: M.A. 1996
Supervising Professor: Dr. Ash
Current Position: Reporter, American Lawyer Media

John A. Shedd: Ph.D. 1990
Current Position: Professor of History, State University of New York, College at Cortland

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