CLAD California Teacher Credential in Social Science,
University of La Verne.
Master of Divinity, Pacific Lutheran Theological
Seminary, Berkeley, California.
Master of Arts in American Civilization,
University of Massachusetts, Boston.
Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, University
of California, Santa Cruz.
Social Science Teacher, Fullerton Union High
School, Fullerton, California. Teacher of college preparatory
and honors courses in United States History, World History,
Geography, Government, and Economics. Social Science Instructor
in the Digital Arts & Humanities Program of the Academy
of the Arts for eight years.
Humanities Instructor, University of Phoenix,
Bakersfield, California. Teacher of general studies courses
in humanities and world religions and education courses in
curriculum development and diversity.
Social Science Teacher, Sequoia Middle School,
Bakersfield City School District. Teacher of grades 6 (ancient
civilizations and art enrichment), 7 (medieval and renaissance
world history), and 8 (19th century United States history).
Founder and faculty advisor of the Sequoia Drama Club, and
director of numerous stage productions.
Adjunct Instructor of History, Bakersfield
College, Bakersfield, California. Instructor for survey courses
in United States History at the Panorama campus and Western
Civilization at the Delano campus.
Teacher of Theology and History, Garces Memorial
High School, Bakersfield, California. Teacher of core curriculum
courses in Biblical Theology, History of Christianity, World
Religions, and United States history, and summer session courses
in Reading and Journalism. Lay catechist for Diocese of Fresno.
Fire and Casualty Insurance Agent, USAA, Sacramento, California.
Bilingual Relay Operator, Sprint/California Relay Service,
Co-Pastor, Peace Lutheran Church (ELCA), Newton, Kansas.
Intern Pastor, The Lutheran Church of Honolulu (ELCA), Honolulu,
1989 Educational Staff, Holden Village, Lake Chelan,
Seminarian/Parish Life Director, Lutheran Church of the Cross
(ELCA), Berkeley, California.
Graduate Research Assistant in American Civilization, University
of Massachusetts, Boston.
Summer 1984 Bilingual Camp Counselor, CYO
Camp Armstrong, Occidental, California.
APPEARANCES, AWARDS & PUBLICATIONS
at Sequoia Explore New Avenues of History”
by Charles Adamson. The Bakersfield Californian,
Tuesday, February 17, 2004.
Warriors: Shades of the Blue and the Grey directed
by Lila Place and Christie Herring. Stanford University, March
on the Front Lines” by David Hunn. The
Bakersfield Californian, September 16, 2003.
Hero of the Great War: The Life and Witness of Ben Salmon.
New York and Mahwah: Paulist Press, 1989. Winner of the 1990
Pax Christi USA Book Award.
Salmon: Witness for Peace. Pax Christi USA
Peacemaker Pamphlet Series, 1991.
presentations and Civil War reenactments between 1999 and 2008 in the
role of James Allen Davis, Special Artist Correspondent for
Harper’s Weekly: A Journal of Civilization,
1861-1865. Includes publications in The
Bivouac Banner, The Civil War News,
The Camp Chase Gazette, The
Civil War Courier, Bakersfield
Magazine and The Los Angeles Times.
Civil War Association, 1996-2000.
Tejon Historical Association, 1998-2006.
of Union Veterans of the Civil War, 2001-2006.
Civil War Society, 2005-2011.
- Civil War Preservation