Larry P. Thornton
Professor of History
Hanover, IN 47243
B.S. (secondary education), Indiana University at South Bend 1974
M.A. (history), Purdue University, 1978
Ph.D. (history), University of Illinois, 1991
Arthur and Ilene Baynham Award for Outstanding Teaching, 1991, 2004, 2014
Larry P. Thornton's courses include Tsarist Russia (His241), The Soviet Union (His242), The World Since 1945 (His264), Studies in World History (off-campus study tours to Ireland and Vietnam, His265), The Holocaust (His325), The French Revolution and Napoleon (His348), Nazi Germany (His349), and Genocide and the Holocaust (His352).
Professor Thornton's current research includes statements on war by Oxford University undergraduates between the two world wars (using student newspapers, short stories, poetry, essays, and other printed sources).