Assistant Professor Annie St. John-Stark
Running, Hiking, Cross-training, painting, drawing, reading, wildlife and the environment, dogs, family
British, American and European social history, religious history, history of popular belief, history of science and technology; Sixteenth through Eighteenth century studies; United States history, especially folk and religious history, political history; History of civilian and military responses during war; History of emotions, mental illness, PTSD; Intellectual history Europe and Britain: millenarism, apocalyptic thought, catastrophe awareness and responses.
B.A, Cleveland State University (History Major, Anthropology Minor; Magna cum Laude); M.A. in History, Cleveland State University (Magna cum Laude); Ph.D. in History, Kent State University (University Fellowship).
Cleveland State University; Western Reserve Historical Society (Cleveland, Ohio; Kent State University; University College of the Cariboo; Thompson Rivers University
North American Conference on British Studies, Social History Society