Scotty L. Edler

Phone:

409-944-1327  

Position:

 Adjunct - History

Office:

M-314

Title:

 Adjunct Instructor

Email:

sedler@gc.edu  

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INSTITUTIONS ATTENDED

 

Academic Degree

Degree/course credits – Date               

Other Qualifications

Midwestern State University

History

Master – 5/2006  

 

Delaware State University

History

Bachelor – 5/2003    

 

 

 

 

 


POSITIONS HELD

Navarro College

Adjunct Instructor

History

 

North Central Texas College

Adjunct Instructor

History and Humanities

 

Vernon College

Tutor

Political Science and History

 

Midwestern State University

Graduate Instructor

History

 

 

 

 

 


PUBLICATIONS

"Southeast & Gulf Ports." Column by Richard Turnwald  Powerships Magazine, the Quarterly Magazine of the Steamship Historical Society of America Contributor Number 281, Spring 2012
American Stories, 2nd Edition
H.W. Brands Peer Reviewer July 2011
"The Fall and Exile of Wilhelm II, the Last Kaiser of Germany: A 21st Century Assessment."                                           

Midwestern State University

Master's Thesis 2006
"The Hohenstaufen Dynasty: A Look at the Holy Roman Empire's Most Misunderstood Monarchs."

Midwestern State University

Senior Capstone 2006
"The Gay Merriment: A Historical Look at Homosexuality in Europe's Royalty." 

Midwestern State University

Graduate Student Forum

November 2005

 "The Second Morrill Land Grant and the Rise of the American HBCU."

Midwestern State University

Graduate Student Forum 

September 2005

"The Early Life and Relationships of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the Last German Kaiser."

Midwestern State University

Graduate Student Forum 

April 2005
"The Early Life and Relationships of Kaiser Wilhelm II, the Last German Kaiser."

Midwestern State University

Phi Alpha Theta Northeast Texas Regional Conference April 2005
"New Sweden: The Historical Impact of the Swedish Colonies along the Delaware."

Midwestern State University

Phi Alpha Theta Northeast Texas Regional Conference                   March 2004
"Frederick II, Stupor Mundi." Georgetown University Phi Alpha Theta Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference  April 2004
Nebuchadnezzar II, King of Babylonia." Delaware State University Honors Program April 2003
"Frederick Barbarossa." Delaware State University Honors Program April 2002

Visions of America: A History of the United States, 3rd Edition (TBA)

by Jennifer D. Keene, Saul T. Cornell, and Edward T. O'Donnell

 

 

"Southeast and Gulf Ports" by Richard Turnwald

Powerships Magazine, The Quarterly Magazine of the Steamship Historical Society of America Contributor Number 281 (Summer 2012)

 

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