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educator , historian

Franklin M. Doeringer, American historian, educator. Grantee 3M Foundation, 1990, Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation, 1993, Freeman Foundation, 2000. Curriculum review committee member Appleton Board Education, since 1991; vice president board directors Outagamie County History Society, since 2002. Member International Society Chinese Philosophy, American History Association.

Background

Doeringer, Franklin M. was born on October 2, 1940 in Cleveland. Son of Frank J. and Bertha Ann (Warek) Doeringer.

Education

Bachelor, Columbia College, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, Columbia University, 1971.

Career

Assistant professor Chinese, Columbia University, New York City, 1970-1971;Nathan M. Pusey professor of history and East Asian studies, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, since 1972;chair East Asian languages and cultures, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, 1989-1996;chair department history, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin, since 1997.

Works

Membership

Curriculum review committee member Appleton Board Education, since 1991. Vice president board directors Outagamie County History Society, since 2002. Member International Society Chinese Philosophy, American History Association.

Connections

Son of Frank J. and Bertha Ann (Warek) D. M. Frederica Cagan, December 28, 1975. Children: Adam Henry, Andrea Cagan.

father:
Frank J. Doeringer

mother:
Bertha Ann (Warek) Doeringer

spouse:
Frederica Cagan

children:
Adam Henry Doeringer

Andrea Cagan Doeringer