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Stephen Moore

Stephen MooreStephen 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. Prof. Moore's research focus is on the Canadian-American relationship, particularly as it exists west of the Rocky Mountains, and his most recent book is "Bootleggers and Borders: The Paradox of Prohibition on a Canada-U.S. Borderland" published by the University of Nebraska Press. He is currently working on a book-length manuscript that explores the Canadian-American relationship during the Second World War. 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

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Tom Christian's interview with Dr. Moore for his teacher's course


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