Larry P. Thornton
- Professor of History
- Hanover College
- Hanover, IN 47243-0890
- (812) 866-7201
- B.S. in Secondary Education, Indiana University at South Bend 1974
- M.A. in History, Purdue University 1978
- Ph.D. in History, University of Illinois 1991
- Recipient of the Arthur and Ilene Baynham Award for Outstanding Teaching in 1991 and 2004.
- Thornton joined the Hanover College staff in 1986. He currently teaches GW132: The Avant-Garde II; His241: Tsarist Russia; His 242: The Soviet Union; His264: The World Since 1945; His265: Studies in World History (off-campus study tours to Ireland and Vietnam); His325: The Holocaust; His348: The French Revolution and Napoleon; His349: Nazi Germany; His352: Genocide and the Holocaust; MS126: Eurasia: Modern Societies 1850-Present.
- Current Research: Statements on war by Oxford University undergraduates between the two world wars. Documentary base is student newspapers, short stories, poetry, essays, and other printed sources.
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