ac       T. Hunt Tooley                           kurdish lions
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                             Quotation of the Week  


My theory is that the best way to teach is to have no philosophy, is to be chaotic and confuséd, in the sense that you use every possible way of doing it.

       
        Physicist Richard Feynman, answer to an interview question about teaching methods, 1976
                                                                                                                                           
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Hunt Tooley is the A.M. Pate, Jr., Professor of History and Chair of the History Department at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. He specializes in Modern European History and is the author of The Great War: Western Front and Home Front (2016) and National Identity and Weimar Germany (1997). He is especially interested in historical issues related to war, revolution, mass violence, and peacemaking.

Office Hours Fall 2021
MWF--at office in person Noon-12:30
MWF--via Zoom--1:45-2:30

 TTH--at office in person--10:00-10:45
and by appointment or serendipity
     

Zoom link for the MWF afternoon zoom times only:
https://austincollege.zoom.us/j/89745802870





Courses/Teaching Blogging about history, memory, power, and violence: 
The World At War and the World That was...




Brief Curriculum Vitae
Older Blog--Design of a Violent Century:
Blogging the Paris Peace Conference

Ninety Years Later


            



 

Email me at htooley@austincollege.edu

Academic Humor from the pen of Austin Tooley