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Emeriti & Retired Faculty

  • David S. Calihan, Ph.D., Miami (Ohio) University, and J.D., The Ohio State University College of Law. Associate Professor of Political Science.
  • James W. Crowl, Ph.D., University of Virginia. Associate Professor of History; History of Russia, Modern Europe, History of China. Recipient: Student's Faculty Recognition Award for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students (1987); Two Fuqua Excellence in Teaching Awards (1995, 1997).
  • William F. Dorrill, Ph.D., Harvard University. Longwood University President Emeritus and Board of Visitors Distinguished Professor of History and Political Science.
  • Elizabeth W. Etheridge, Ph.D., University of Georgia. Board of Visitors Distinguished Professor and Professor Emerita of History.
  • L. Marshall Hall, Jr., M.A.T., Duke University, additional graduate study, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Associate Professor Emeritus of History; American Historiography; United States 1877-1945. Recipient: Maria Bristow Starke Award for Faculty Excellence (1984); Student's Faculty Recognition Award for Excellence in Teaching and Service to Students (1991).
  • Helms, James, Ph.D., University of Virginia. Professor Emeritus of History; Student Teacher Supervisor.
  • Gilbert J. Millar, Ph.D., Louisiana State University, additional graduate study, University of London. Professor of History; Medieval Europe, Renaissance and Reformation, Medieval England, and Tudor-Stuart England. Recipient: Maud Glenn Raiford Award for Excellence in Teaching (1996); Who's Who Among American Teachers (1998).
  • Maurice P. Sneller, Ph.D., University of Virginia. Professor of History, United States 1945-Present; United States Diplomatic History; History of Japan.
 

Publications & Research

Books

  • Couture, Richard T., Powhatan: A Bicentennial History. Richmond, Va.: The Dietz Press, 1980.
  • Couture, Richard T., ed. Charlie's Letters: The Correspondence of Charles E. DeNoon. Privately published, 1982.
  • Couture, Richard T., To Preserve and Protect: A History of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities. Dallas, Tex.: Taylor Publishing Co., 1985.
  • Couture, Richard T., ed. What Think You of That?: The Gresham Papers. Richmond, Va.: The Dietz Press, 1997.
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. The Butterfly Caste: A Social History of Pellagra in the South. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1972.
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. The Neighborhood Mint: Dahlonega in the Age of Jackson. Macon, Ga.: The Mercer University Press, 1986.
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. Sentinel For Health: A History of the Centers for Disease Control. Berkeley: The University of California Press, 1992.
  • Millar, Gilbert John. Tudor Mercenaries and Auxiliaries, 1485-1547. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 1980.

Articles by Retired Faculty

  • Calihan, David S. "Facts or Fictions? The Civil Liberties Views of Sandra Day O'Connor," Southeastern Political Review (Spring 1986).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Outsides of a Horse," Virginia Cavalcade Magazine (May 1965).
  • Couture, Richard T. "Bolling Island," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1971).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Bolling-Cabell Letters, Part I," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1980).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Bolling-Cabell Letters, Part II," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1981).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Western Campaign," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1980).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Veracity of the Dahlgren Letters," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1981).
  • Couture, Richard T. "Jefferson in Goochland," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1982).
  • Couture, Richard T. "Dr. Nash Perkins Snead," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1982).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Bolling-Cabell Letters, Part III," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1982).
  • Couture, Richard T. "Good Golly, Miss Mollie, Part I," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (September 1983).
  • Couture, Richard T. "The Collidge Party," Goochland Historical Society Magazine (December 1986).
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. "Grace Arabell Goldsmith," Notable American Women, Supplement. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University, 1980.
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. "A New Scourge for the South," chapter 10 of Pellagra (Benchmark Papers in Biochemistry, II). Edited by Kenneth J. Carpenter. Stroudsburg, Penn.: Hutchinson Ross Publishing Co., 1981.
  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W. "Pellagra: An Unwelcome Example of Southern Distinctiveness," in Disease and Distinctiveness in the American South. Edited by Todd Savett and James Harvey Young. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1988.
  • Hall, L. Marshall, "William Sharkey and Reconstruction, 1866-1873," Journal of Mississippi History, 27 (February 1965).
  • Millar, Gilbert J., "The Landsknecht: His Recruitment and Organization, With Some Reference to the Reign of Henry VIII," Military Affairs, (October 1971).
  • Millar, Gilbert J., "The Albanians: Sixteenth-Century Mercenaries," History Today, (July 1976).
  • Millar, Gilbert J., "The Lollards of Scotland," Virginia Social Science Association Journal, (November 1978).
  • Millar, Gilbert J., "Henry VIII's Colonels," Journal for the Society of Army Historical Research, (Autumn 1979).

Encyclopedia Entries for Retired Faculty

Etheridge, Elizabeth W.. "Health, Worker," Encyclopedia of the Southern Culture. New York: Anchor Books, 1989.

  • Etheridge, Elizabeth W.. "Pellagra," Encyclopedia of the Southern History. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1979.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "George Cadwalader," The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "George M. Dallas," The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "James Buchanan," The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "James Gordon Bennett," The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "Nicholas Trist," The United States and Mexico at War. New York: MacMillan Reference, 1997.

Papers by Retired Faculty

  • Calihan, David S. "Expediency v. Principle: The Burger Court and Civil Liberties." Georgia Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Savannah, Georgia, 1984.
  • Calihan, David S. "Facts or Fictions?: The Civil Liberties Views of Sandra O'Connor" Georgia Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Athens, Georgia, 1985.
  • Calihan, David S. "Independence in Bureaucratic Policymaking and Administration: New Flexibility in Old Rules." American Society for Public Administration, Region 6, Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 1983.
  • Calihan, David S. "Menu Budgeting for Mental Health Programs: The Impact of Virginia's Cafeteria System in Rural Areas," American Society for Public Administration Region 5-6 Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky, 1982.
  • Calihan, David S. "Off-Campus Programs in Political Science: Serious Work, or Frolic and Detour?" Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1976.
  • Calihan, David S. "Sex and the Supreme Court" Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1986.
  • Couture, Richard T. "To Serve and Protect: The Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1994.
  • Couture, Richard T. "William Ruffner and the Foundations of Teacher Training in Farmville." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1984.
  • Couture, Richard T. "Victorian Furniture." Historic Petersburg Foundation, 1987.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "Dolphin's Wardroom: The Officers of the United States Brig-of-War Dolphin, 1858-1860." The Mid-Atlantic Maritime History Conference, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, 1980.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "Governor William L. Sharkey and Presidential Reconstruction in Mississippi, 1865." Mississippi Historical Society Annual Meeting, Meridian, Mississippi, 1964.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "The Private Journal of Lucius D. Gould Aboard the U.S. Brig Dolphin, October 1858-September 1859." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1977.
  • Hall, L. Marshall. "William L. Sharkey: A Mississippi Unionist and the American Civil War." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1985.
  • Millar, Gilbert J. "The Albanians: Sixteenth-Century Mercenaries." Virginia Social Science Association Annual Meeting, Longwood University, Farmville, Virginia, 1972.
  • Millar, Gilbert J. "England's First Colonels." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1994.
  • Millar, Gilbert J. "Henry VIII's Colonels." Carolinas Symposium of British Studies, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 1979.
  • Millar, Gilbert J. "Henry VIII's Employment of Foreign Soldiers in the French War, 1544-1546." Longwood University Faculty Colloquium Series, 1976.
  • Millar, Gilbert J. "The Lollards of Scotland." Virginia Social Science Association Annual Meeting, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, 1978.