Stephen Moore, teaches courses in Pacific Northwest history, Canadian history, early U.S. foreign relations, and social studies methods. A native of the Pacific Northwest, he taught secondary-level social studies in Washington state before returning to graduate school to complete his doctoral work in history. Following that, from 2000-2004, he was an assistant and associate professor of history at Ohio Northern University, where he taught a wide variety of courses in western civilization, modern U.S. and Latin American history, and social studies education. He was also the coordinator and advisor for majors in the social studies education program at Ohio Northern. Prof. Moore's research focus is on the Canadian-American relationship, particularly as it exists west of the Rocky Mountains, and his most recent work is "Defining the 'Undefended': Canadians, Americans, and the Multiples Meanings of Border during Prohibition," published in the American Review of Canadian Studies (Spring 2004). He is currently working on a book-length manuscript that explores the Canadian-American relationship in the Pacific Northwest during the prohibition era. Beyond Central, his interests include backpacking, hiking, camping, fly-fishing, and anything else in the outdoors. He is also a private pilot.
Ph.D., History, William and Mary, August 2000
M.A., International Affairs, The George Washington University, February 1992
B.A./Ed., Social Studies Education, Eastern Washington University, December 1992
B.A., Government and History, Eastern Washington University, June 1990
My web site: http://www.cwu.edu/~moorest/
Prof. Carroll and history student Ian Henderson 'horse' around before the talk while enjoying some sProf. Ferrell's Talk On Music In Ghana A Huge Success!
Prof. Lacy Ferrell (center) poses with history students and other attendees after her talk.Feb. 14,History Club Presentation TONIGHT At 5:30PM In The Language & Literature Bldg. Lounge-room 106A
Dr. Brian Carroll will give a talk this evening at the History Club's weekly meeting. Th