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Paul R. Waibel (Belhaven College) is the author of "Bad Godesberg Reforms

and theTransformation of the Social Democratic Party" in Barnard A. Cook,

ed., EUROPE SINCE 1945: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA (New York: Routledge

Publishing, 2000).

  1. Lee Cheek, Jr.(Lee University), recently published CALHOUN AND

    POPULAR RULE (University of Missouri Press, 2001).Lee continues his work

    as the Executive Director of theWesley Studies Society and Publisher of THE

    ALDERSGATE.


James C. Juhnke (Bethel College KS), and Carol M. Hunter(Earlham College)

are authors of THEMISSING PEACE: THE SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVES

TO VIOLENCE INUNITED STATES HISTORY. The book was published in

August by Pandora Press (Canada) and copublished by HeraldPress,

Scottdale PA. The book is arevisionist survey of main themes in U.S. history

from a peace perspective. It will be the focus ofthe CFH Breakfast session at

the January 2002 AHA meeting (see elsewhere in this NEWSLETTER).


Paul E. Michelson (Huntington College) published one of the sevencore

country articles (on Romania), along with six other articles,in Richard Frucht,

ed., ENCYCLOPEDIA OF EAST EUROPE: FROM THECONGRESS OF

VIENNA TO THE FALL OF COMMUNISM (New York: GarlandPublishing,

2000), which was named a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Book for 2000.

He also edited and made a contribution to NATIONALDEVELOPMENT IN

ROMANIA AND SOUTHEASTERN EUROPE:

PAPERS IN HONOR OF

CORNELIA BODEA (Iasi:Center forRomanian Studies, 2002) and wrote a

piece on "Romanian Unity, 1859, 1918, 1989: Beginnings, Opportunities...And

Illusions" in: KurtTreptow, ed., TRADITION AND MODERNITY IN

ROMANIAN CULTURE AND CIVILIZATION, 1600-2000 (Iasi: Centerfor

Romanian Studies, 2001). He alsorepresented the CFH at the recent

presidential inauguration at Taylor University.

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