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...backfire."A woman who proposes also risks criticism for her boldness, said Katherine Parkin, an associate professor of history at Monmouth University in New Jersey.Parkin researched the folk tradition that claimed women could propose only...

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Kenai Peninsula College: Around Campus

...associate professor effective July 1. These outstanding faculty members include Mike Hawfield, KBC assistant professor of history/political science, Paul Landen, KRC assistant professor of psychology, and Cheryl Siemers, KRC assistant...

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Soapy Smith in Hope presentation Jane Haigh, Professor of History at Kenai Peninsula College and author of "King Con: the Story of Soapy Smith," tells the story of the infamous Alaska character...

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KPC Professor earns PhD in England

...KPC. It?s now officially Dr. Cathryn Pearce as ?Cathy? has become University of Alaska?s newest PhD professor of History at the Kenai River Campus. Dr. Pearce successfully defended her dissertation this March in London at the Greenwich...

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Yes, Easter changed everything

...came before him. In his book, "First Easter, The True and Unfamiliar Story," Dr. Paul Maier, a longtime professor of history at Western Michigan University, called the week of the death and resurrection of Christ "the week that changed...

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...KPC KPC Showcase Series presents a talk by Dr. Jane Haigh, who recently joined the faculty at KPC as Assistant Professor of History, on Political Power, Patronage and Protection Rackets and Con men and Political Corruption in Denver: 1889-1894...

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Kenai Peninsula College to host Band-Aid event

...that Lopez?s mentor, Dr. Cathryn Pearce, professor of history at KRC, will also be recognized at the awards ceremony...newest PhD faculty Dr. Cathy Pearce, associate professor of history, successfully defended her dissertation over spring...

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...contact Kate Veh at 260-4669 or kenairesilience@yahoo.com. Soapy Smith in Hope presentation Jane Haigh, Professor of History at Kenai Peninsula College and author of "King Con: the Story of Soapy Smith," tells the story of the infamous...

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Easter: the event that changed everything

...came before him. In his book, "FIRST EASTER, The True and Unfamiliar Story," Dr. Paul Maier, a long time professor of history at Western Michigan University, called the week of the death and resurrection of Christ "the week that changed...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/041511/rel_815352644.shtml
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Around Campus: Spring registration at Kenai Peninsula College trends upward

...program, Not Yet! Alaska Voice Opposed to Statehood, was written and narrated by Michael Hawfield, assistant professor of history, with research assistance from Kachemak Bay Campus student Lucas Wilcox. The program includes 18 voices from...

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