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Teddy's Person5/07/2019 5:27:51 pm PDT

re: #233 HappyWarrior

Can’t say I have. I took classes from Rex Wade who literally taught us stuff in Russian history that he was witness to as a young professor in the Khrushchev era of the Cold War. Trying to think if there’s anyone else prominent from the GMU history department. I did meet Jack Censer, who is a specialist on the French Revolution who was the Dean of the History department while I was there but it was because he was in charge of a 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall speech given by Mikhail Gorbachev. I didn’t have an official concentration but I took a lot of classes on 20th century history mostly in Europe but also some in China and Latin America.

I was there about 10 years before you and Jack Censer was the chair then. I didn’t realize he was chair that long. My degree is in American history with a minor in European history. So, I mostly know the Americanists. I can’t remember the names of the professors in the handful of European classes I took. I took a class about Weimar Germany that I quite liked. I remember Rex Wade from just being around the deparment.