|Present||Vice President for Academics, Cedarville University|
|Professor of History, Cedarville University ‐ Department of History and Government|
Honors and Awards
- Faculty Member of the Year, Cedarville University - 2009
- Faculty Teaching Effectiveness Award, Cedarville University - 2006
- Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education Faculty Excellence Award - 2006
- Distinguished Member of the Society of Martin Scholars, University of Akron - 2002
- United States History I & II
- Introduction to History
- Early American History
- History of Recent and Contemporary America
- Honors Senior Colloquium I & II
- Research in American History
Department of History and Government
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"Gentleman George" Hunt Pendleton: A Study in Political Continuity Faculty Dissertations (1996)
George Hunt Pendleton (July 19, 1825- November 24, 1889) is a significant but neglected figure in the history of nineteenth century politics. His biography provides not only a microcosm of Democratic Party operations during his ...
Gentleman George Hunt Pendleton: Party Politics and Ideological Identity in Nineteenth-Century America Faculty Books (2007)
George Hunt Pendleton is a significant but neglected figure in the history of nineteenth-century politics. A Democrat from Cincinnati, Ohio, Pendleton led the mid-western faction of the party for much of the nineteenth century. He ...
Contributions to Books (6)
Book Reviews (3)
Religiosity, Secularism, and Social Health: A Research Note Journal of Religion and Society (2006)
This article is a research note addressing various theoretical and methodological issues in the measurement and analysis of religiosity and secularism and their relationship to quantifiable measures of social health in advanced and prosperous democracies. ...
Family Ties, Party Realities, and Political Ideology: George Hunt Pendleton and Partisanship in Antebellum Cincinnati Ohio Valley History (2003)
George Hunt Pendleton, the vice presidential running mate of George Brinton McClellan in 1864 and a US senator from Ohio, chose to become a Democrat during the 1850's because of the influence of his father, ...
George Hunt Pendleton, The Ohio Idea and Political Continuity in Reconstruction America Ohio History (1999)
Assesses Ohio congressman George Hunt Pendleton's impact on national Democratic politics during Reconstruction. An opponent of the Republican-backed National Bank System, Pendleton campaigned for the 1868 Democratic presidential nomination that eventually went to New York ...