Title: Historian, Political Scientist, Educator, Short Story Writer
Location: Conway, Arkansas, United States
John Ziegler, Historian, Political Scientist, Educator, Short Story Writer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Educators for dedication, achievements, and leadership in history, political and social science education.
Upon deciding to become an educator in these fields, Dr. Ziegler sought to examine the country and its problems from the viewpoint of isolationism through experimentalist philosophy. In pursuit of these answers, he first earned a Bachelor of Science from Southern Illinois University in 1955 and continued to receive a Master of Science from the institution a year later. He became a Rotary Foundation Fellow at St. Andrews University in Scotland for a year after. In 1970, Dr. Ziegler earned a PhD from Syracuse University. Furthermore, he served in the US Army from 1957 to 1960.
Prior to retiring in 1998 and attaining the professor emeritus title at Hendrix College, Dr. Ziegler taught at the institution for over two decades, joining he college in 1974. Prior to that, lectured at California State Polytechnic University. On top of a fulfilling career as an academic, Dr. Ziegler has published many works, including Experimentalism and Institutional Change and In Search of the Special Relationship with Britain. Furthermore, he coordinated and founded the Hendrix-Oxford program and lectured at St. Peter’s College and Cambridge University.
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