After King’s Death

One of my mentors at my previous institution was Eleanor Dunfey-Freiburger. She held the Christos and Mary Papoutsy Endowed Chair in Business Ethics (since renamed and repurposed) and also served as director of the Faculty Center for Innovation and Excellence in Teaching. Eleanor’s background is fascinating. One of the stories that I heard circulated on campus was that following MartinContinue reading “After King’s Death”

The Road Not Taken

I’m comfortable identifying myself as a Jacksonian historian, even a Jacksonian political historian. But there are times when I think about the other fields of history I considered pursuing.* The first field would have been religious history. Two research areas in particular interested me. One is the history of the LDS Church, or Mormonism, asContinue reading “The Road Not Taken”