George M. Curtis
- B.A. State University of Iowa 1958
- M.A. University of Kansas 1963
- Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison 1970
- Recipient of the Arthur and Ilene Baynham Award for Outstanding Teaching 1986, 1990, 1994
- G.M. Curtis came to Hanover in 1980, after teaching at Montana State University and the College of William and Mary and working as a Research Associate at Colonial Williamsburg Foundation and the Papers of John Marshall. He is currently a Fellow at Liberty Fund and teaches part-time for the History Department. His courses include American Constitutional and Legal History (HIS 331-332), The American Bill of Rights (HIS 260), and The Prophetic Voice in the American Religious Past (HIS 260).
- Curtis recently published an article review on the biographical study of Thomas Jefferson, "Sphinx
Without a Riddle: Joseph Ellis and the Art of Biography," in The Indiana Magazine of History. His edition of Nicholas Creswell's Journal will appear later this year in The Indiana Magazine of History .
- During the past two years, Curtis has been involved with a number
of different colloquia at Liberty Fund, including conferences on the Second Amendment; on judicial
interpretation; on the jurisprudence of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.; on
defining citizenship in the first Federal Congress; on federalism; on new
environmental law and economics; on the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions;
on the first party struggles; and on Thomas Paine.
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