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history professor

Jane Turner Censer, American history professor. fellow National History Publications and Records Commission, Washington, 1979-1980, American Council of Learned Societies, New York City, 1983-1984, National Humanities Center, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 1983-1984. Member American History Association, Southern History Association, Organization American Historians.

Background

Censer, Jane Turner was born on July 13, 1951 in Glasgow, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of Marion Floyd and Margie I. (Embry) Turner.

Education

AB, Transylvania University, 1973. Master of Arts, Johns Hopkins University, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1980.

Career

Assistant editor, Frederick Law Olmsted Papers, American U., Washington, 1980-1982;associate editor, Frederick Law Olmsted Papers, American U., Washington, 1982-1989;associate professor, George Mason U., Fairfax, Virginia, since 1989. Member discipline advising committee Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, Washington, 1989-1992. Member of advisory board Documents from the National Archives, Washington, since 1991.

Works

Membership

Member American History Association, Southern History Association, Organization American Historians.

Connections

Married Jack Richard Censer, May 23, 1976. Children: Marjorie, Joel.

father:
Marion Floyd Turner

mother:
Margie I. (Embry) Turner

spouse:
Jack Richard Censer

child:
Marjorie Censer

child:
Joel Censer