Professors in the News

CLIFF WARGELIN was recently asked by Scribner’s to contribute a scholarly entry on the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk for an upcoming Encyclopedia of European History. (Scholars Developing Scholars Newsletter, October 2005, p. 2.)

JIM KLOTTER gave seven historical talks to various groups—the Civil War Preservation Trust’s national teachers’ meeting, the Ohio Valley Educational Cooperative, the Kentucky Historical Society, the Bell County Historical Society, Ward Hall Foundation, the Johnson Family Reunion, and a Lexington book club. Talk topics ranged widely, from frontier Kentucky to the commonwealth in the Civil War to trends across time in the state’s history. He also wrote a summary of Thomas D. Clark’s life for the August 2005 Organization of American Historians’ Newsletter. (Scholars Developing Scholars Newsletter, October 2005, p. 3.)

LIYAN LIU’s article, “The Man Who Molded Mao: Yang Changji and the First Generation of Chinese Communists,” has been accepted for publication in the journal Modern China. (Scholars Developing Scholars Newsletter, October 2005, p. 4.)



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