Frederick S. Paxton
Frederick S. Paxton, American history professor. Fellowship, National Endowment of the Humanities, 2006-2007, Research fellowship, J. William Fulbright Foundation Rome, 1993, Faculty fellowship, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 1989-1990, Charlotte W. Newcombe fellowship, Woodrow Wilson National Foundation, 1983-1984.
Paxton, Frederick S. was born on July 18, 1951 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Son of Frederick E. and Genevieve M. (Beaudin) Paxton.
Doctor of Philosophy, University California, Berkeley, 1985.
Brigida Pacchiani Ardenghi professor history Connecticut College, New London, since 2001, dean, international studies, 2001—2005.
Author: Christianizing Death: The Creation of a Ritual Process in Early Medieval Europe, Anchoress and Abbess in Ninth-Century Saxony: The Lives of Liutbirga of Wendhausen and Hathumoda of Gandersheim.
Co-chair Coalition to Save the Fort Trumbull Neighborhood, New London, 1999—2005. Member of American History Association, Medieval Academy America (book review editor since 2006).
Married Sylvia J. Malizia, August 29, 1975. Children: Giselda J. Beaudin, Justin P. Beaudin.
Frederick E. Paxton
Genevieve M. (Beaudin) Paxton
Sylvia J. Malizia
Giselda J. Beaudin Paxton
Justin P. Beaudin Paxton