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Ference, Gregory

Professor, History
Holloway Hall (HH) 336
410-543-6129 or ext 36129
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Courses  []

2014 Fall

  • HIST 102-010 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 201-153 UNITED STATES HISTORY
    Survey of the political, economic, social and cultural factors that have shaped the pattern of life in the United States. Particular problems examined in the light of their sources and historical development. HIST 201 goes through 1865 and HIST 202 from 1865 to the present. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 451-001 WORLD WAR I
    Study of the events that occurred during World War I, from the assassination of Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo to the peace of 1919. Emphasis on political developments, social and intellectual implications of the war, and its significance in shaping the 20th century. May not receive credit for both HIST 381 and HIST 451. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 551-091 WORLD WAR I
    Study of the events that occurred during World War I, from the assassination of Franz Ferdinand at Sarajevo to the peace of 1919. Emphasis on political developments, social and intellectual implications of the war, and its significance in shaping the 20th century. Cannot receive credit for both HIST 381 and HIST 451. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisite: HIST 102. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIB.
  • IDIS 100-001 FRESHMAN SEMINAR
    Focus on themes, issues and questions of importance in the liberal arts and sciences. Students must co-register for three General Education courses designated as part of the General Education learning community. Meets the objectives of the college orientation seminar. May be repeated once for credit. Three hours per week.

2015 Spring

  • HIST 102-012 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 423-001 IMPERIAL RUSSIA
    Study of the Russia empire from Peter the Great to the 1917 revolution focusing on the political, economic and social developments, Russia’s expansion and the conditions that led to revolution. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIB.
  • HIST 523-191 IMPERIAL RUSSIA
    Study of the Russia empire from Peter the Great to the 1917 revolution focusing on the political, economic and social developments, Russia’s expansion and the conditions that led to revolution. May be offered for undergraduate or graduate credit. Prerequisites: HIST 101, 102. Three hours per week. Meets General Education IIB.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Ference, G. 
(2009). 
Jozef Murgas (1864-1929). 
Nase rodina "Our Family": Quarterly of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, 
21(3), 
90-94. 
Ference, G. 
(2009). 
Albert Paul Mamatey (1870-1923). 
Nase rodina "Our Family": Quarterly of the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International, 
21(3), 
85, 87-89. 
Ference, G. C. 
(2008). 
Globalization, digitization, access, & preservation of cultural heritage: Papers from the international conference. 
Slavic & East European Information Resources, 
9(3), 
349-351. 
Ference, G. C. 
(2004). 
American daily newspaper perceptions of the 1938 Munich Crisis. 
Kosmos: Czechoslovak & Central European Journal, 
18(1), 
20-32. 

Awards(s)

Greg Ference (1992). Distinguished Faculty Award - Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD.

Book(s)

Ference, G. C. (2006) Books, bibliographies and pugs: A Festschrift to honor Murlin Croucher. Bloomingrton, Indiana: Slavica Publishing Inc..
Ference, G. C. (1995) Sixteen months of indecision: Slovak American viewpoints toward compatriots & the homeland from 1914 to 1915 as viewed by the Slovak language press in Pennsylvania. Selinsgrove, PA: Susquehanna University Press.

Edited Books

Ference, G. C. (2006). The portrayal of Czechoslovakia in the American print media, 1938-1989. Boulder; New York: East European Monographs; Distributed by Columbia University Press.
Ference, G. (2006). (-). Chronology of 20th-century Eastern Europe history. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc..

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