Nebraska Authors

Bruce Morton Garver

Born 1938 Columbus, OH (USA)

Places Lived

Columbus, OH
Colorado
New Haven, CT
Omaha, NE

Author Of

  • Nonfiction

Keywords

History; Czech History

Education

Bachelor of Arts Degree, 1960, University of Colorado
Master of Arts Degree, 1966, Yale University, New Haven, CT
Ph.D., 1971, Yale University, New Haven, CT

Occupation

History Instructor, Yale, 1968-69
Lecturer in History, Yale, 1969-70
Assistant Professor, Yale, 1970-76
Professor, University of Nebraska-Omaha, 1976-retirement

Places Worked

Yale University, New Haven, CT
University of Nebraska-Omaha, Omaha, NE
Charles University, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

Honors

Fulbright-Hays Fellowship to Czechoslovakia and Western Europe, 1967
Honorary Woodrow Wilson Fellow, 1964

Associations

Phi Alpha Theta, National History Honorary, since 1959
Omicron Delta Kappa, Leadership Honorary, since 1983
Center for Great Plains Studies, Fellow

Bibliography

The Young Czech Party, 1874-1901, and the Emergence of a Multi-Party System. 1978.

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