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historian , language educator , writer

Ann Stamp Miller, American language educator, writer, historian. Nominee Fulbright award, 2005-2006; grantee Education Improvement Fund, University Hawaii, 1998-1999, John F. Kennedy Arts & Sciences award. Volunteer Hawaii Public television, Honolulu, since 2002; Member of American Association German Teachers, German Studies Association, American History Association.

Background

Miller, Ann Stamp was born on October 6, 1951 in Alliance, Ohio, United States. Daughter of Lewis Keith and Florence Imogene (MacDonald) Stamp.

Education

Bachelor, College Wooster, Ohio, 1973. Master of Arts German Language, University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1994. Doctor of Philosophy European History, University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1999.

Career

Lecturer History Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, 1997—2000. Professor Trans-Pacific Hawaii College, 2000—2004, professor history, German and women's studies, since 2005. Lecturer German language University Hawaii, Honolulu, 1993, Honolulu, 94.

Interview appearance Hawaii Public television, Honolulu, 2005. Interview radio Hawaii Public Radio, Honolulu, 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (Book) The Cultural Politics of the German Democratic Republic: Voices of Wolf Biermann, Christa Wolf and Heiner Mailer, 2005.

Membership

Volunteer Hawaii Public television, Honolulu, since 2002. Member of American Association German Teachers, German Studies Association, American History Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Honolulu Marathon Finisher 04, 05.

Connections

Married Miller, May 19, 1979. Children: Nicholas Stamp, Keith Alexander.

father:
Lewis Keith Stamp

mother:
Florence Imogene (MacDonald) Stamp

spouse:
Miller

child:
Nicholas Stamp Miller

child:
Keith Alexander Miller