Concordia University

Thomas Saylor, Ph.D.

Department of History

Thomas Saylor, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History
Director, Faculty Scholarship Center

Office#: Admin 210
Phone: 651.641.8253
Fax: 651.659.0207


homepage for Faculty Scholarship Center

current research project
POW Oral History Project

Spring semester 2007 course: HIS121
HIS121 syllabus
HIS121 weekly plan
HIS121 Q sheet assignments

course resources
Effective PowerPoint presentations

Reading effectively: scholarly books

Evaluating electronic resources

Writing an historical book review

Mark Harden's Artchive



Homepage for Thomas Saylor, Ph.D.

current position
Professor, Department of History

previous academic and teaching positions

Senior Researcher, Free University Berlin, Germany (2008-09)
Research Fellow, TMV Centre for Technology and Culture, University of Oslo, Norway (1994-95)
Instructor, Volkshochschule Berlin-Marzahn, Germany (1990-95)
Research Fellow, Free University, Berlin, Germany (1988-90)

Ph.D. Modern European history, University of Rochester, NY (1993) 
dissertation: The Origins and Effectiveness of Social Welfare Programs at Siemens/Berlin to 1914 (advisor: Celia Applegate)
minor fields: Latin America, Russia and Soviet Union

M.A. Latin American history, University of Akron, OH (1985)
thesis: Ramon Grau San Martin and the 1933 Cuban Revolution

B.S. Business Management, University of Akron, OH (1982)

German: near native fluency

interests outside academia
my family; road cycling; travel; reading good books; the German language

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