Contributors to the Curriculum
Deerfield Elementary School, Deerfield, Massachusetts
Charlene Galenski, 5th grade Teacher
Kathleen Klaes, 5th grade Teacher
Mary Gene Devlin, 6th grade Teacher
Bette Schmitt, school Librarian
Frontier Regional School, Deerfield, Massachusetts
Middle School Team
Howard Barnard, 8th grade History Teacher
Robert Smith, 8th grade English Teacher
High School Team
Carolyn Dashef, middle, high school Art and Drama Teacher
Dr. Janice Dore, Library/Media Center Director
Frank Heston, high school Social Studies Teacher
Louise Law, Elementary School Curriculum Coordinator
Christine Sweklo, Middle and Secondary School Curriculum Coordinator
Humanists-in-Residence (in-school museum advisors)
Angela Goebel Bain
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Scholars: NEH Humanities Focus Seminar
John Crowley is lecturer at Yale University and an award winning novelist as well as a writer of documentary films for Straight Ahead Pictures.
Dr. Thomas Doughton is an independent scholar and a member of the Nipmuc Nation. His expertise is Northeast Native American Studies, and has lectured at several universities including Dartmouth, the University of Massachusetts/Amherst and Worcester College
Dr. David Glassberg, Director, Public History Program and Professor of History, University of Massachusetts, Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University; has special expertise in work with teachers to revise classroom pedagogy.
Dr. Harvey Green, Northeastern University, Boston, Professor of History. Author of numerous works including, Fit for America: Health, Fitness, Sport, and American Society, 1830 - 1940. The Light of the Home: An Intimate View of the Lives of Women in Victorian America. The Consumer Culture and the American Home, 1890-1930.
Dr. Kevin Sweeney, Amherst College, Associate Professor of History and American Studies. Dr. Sweeney has written extensively on American Colonial History and early American material culture. His forthcoming book (2002) will center on the Deerfield Raid of 1704.
Dr. Esther M. A. Terry, University of Massachusetts, Chair of the Afro-American Studies Department. Dr. Terry has expertise in African American History and Literature.
Dr. Patricia Tracy, Williams College, Professor of History. Dr Tracy has expertise in early American History and the history of women and is the author of Jonathan Edwards, Pastor: Religion and Society in Eighteenth Century Northampton and Jonathan Edwards, Pastor: Minister and Congregation in the Eighteenth-Century Connecticut Valley.
Dr. Marilyn McArthur, Evaluation and Assessment Consultant
Victoria Getis, Ph.D., Curriculum Design Associate, Web page Developer
Elizabeth Terhune, Curriculum Design Associate, Web page Developer
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