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2010 Churchill Centre Teacher Seminar

With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), The Churchill Centre brought 24 American high school teachers to England to explore “Winston Churchill and the Anglo-American Relationship.” Professor James W. Muller directed a three-week academic program of research, seminars, guest lecturers and visits to Churchill sites.

Allen Packwood, the Director of the Churchill Archives Centre, with his professional, kind and gracious staff, was integral to the research phase of the program where teachers examined primary Churchill documents and either wrote a research paper or devised ways of using the documents in their classrooms. All participants are especially grateful to Winston Churchill for allowing them to use a select number of documents in their classrooms.


This year’s participants were:


  • Ms. Eileen Bach
  • Ms. Courtney Beitler
  • Ms. Genie Burke
  • Ms. Clarissa Bushman
  • Mr. Paul Clark
  • Ms. Leanne Dumais
  • Mr. Robert W. Faubel
  • Mr. Joseph Gianetto
  • Mr. Jonathan Greiner
  • Mr. Troy Hoehne
  • Ms. Catherine J. Holden
  • Mr. Ben Kaplan
  • Mr. James Kravontka
  • Ms. Mera Kriz
  • Mr. Arnold Mansdorf
  • Ms. Karalyn McGrorty
  • Ms. Elizabeth Montgomery
  • Ms. Sara Olds
  • Mr. Brian Powers
  • Ms. Maritza A. Salazar
  • Mr. Kevin Semelsberger
  • Mr. Robert Simpson
  • Ms. Lyn W. Tillett
  • Mrs. Suzanne Wooten

To see a full description of the seminar as presented to interested applicants, follow this link.

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