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Philosophy educator

James H. Stam, American philosophy educator. Recipient Lindbach award for distinguished teaching, 1970; National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, numerous other grants and fellowships. Member Hegel Society of America, Leibniz Society of America, Phil. Education Society, National Association for Humanities Education.

Background

Stam, James H. was born on December 29, 1937 in Paterson, New Jersey, United States. Son of Jacob and Deana (Bowman) Stam.

Education

Bachelor, Upsala College, East Orange, New Jersey, 1958. Postgraduate, University Vienna, 1959. Master of Arts, Brandeis University, 1961.

Doctor of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1964.

Career

Instructor philosophy and classics, Upsala College, 1962-1965; assistant professor philosophy, Upsala College, 1965-1969; associate professor philosophy, Upsala College, 1969-1979; professor philosophy, Upsala College, since 1979; associate dean, campus director Wirths Campus, Upsala College, Sussex, New Jersey, 1990-1995; Millicent Fenwick Research professor in education public issues, Monmouth U., since 1995. Adjunct professor Drew U., 1987.

Membership

Member Hegel Society of America, Leibniz Society of America, Phil. Education Society, National Association for Humanities Education.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: playing piano.

Connections

Married Liza Ziemelis, May 27, 1961 (divorced January 1991). Children: Andra, Ronald Karlis, Maira, Deana, Silvia. Married Andrea Tschemplik, May 24, 1991.

father:
Jacob Stam

mother:
Deana (Bowman) Stam

spouses:
Liza Ziemelis

Andrea Tschemplik

children:
Maira Stam

Silvia Stam

Deana Stam

Ronald Karlis Stam

Andra Stam