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Created by John Eipper on 11/03/08 6:19 AM - wais-welcomes-deborah-field-us

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WAIS Welcomes Deborah Field (US) (John Eipper, USA, 11/03/08 6:19 am)

JE writes:

 

I am pleased to welcome Deborah Field into the WAIS fold.   Some time ago

veteran WAISer David Pike in Paris approached me about reviewing Deb's

book, *Private Life and Communist Morality in Khrushchev's Russia*

(2007) for the Forum.   (David's review is attached--congratulations,

Deb!)   I was especially pleased by David's idea, as Deb and I have

been colleagues at Adrian College for seven years, during which time

she has anchored our History Department with her courses on modern

European history and Western Civilization.   A specialist in Russia

and the Soviet Union, for years Deb has patiently indulged me by

listening to my rusty Russian at the AC Faculty lunch table (there's

not really such a thing, but some of us manage to eat together on

certain days).   She has been an excellent colleague and friend, and

I'm certain she'll be a wonderful WAISer.

 

Deb sends the following bio:

 

Deborah A. Field is an Associate Professor in the Department of

History at Adrian College. She holds a B.A. from Columbia University

and a Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. She is the author of

several articles and a monograph, *Private Life and Communist Morality

in Khrushchev's Russia* (Peter Lang, 2007). She lives in Ann Arbor,

Michigan with her husband, Mark, and children, Lillie and Jacob.

 

(JE):   Although Deb and I knew many of the same people during our

years at U Michigan, we didn't actually meet until our destinies

intertwined at Adrian.   As a WAISer, Deb will have many interesting

perspectives on Russian and European history.   It's a pleasure to

welcome Deborah Field to WAIS.

 

--  

For information about the World Association of International Studies

(WAIS), and its online publication, the World Affairs Report, read its

homepage by simply double-clicking on: http://wais.stanford.edu/

 

John Eipper, Editor-in-Chief, Adrian College, MI 49221 USA


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