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Margaret Duncan Binnicker

editor , history educator

Margaret Duncan Binnicker, American history educator, editor. DeWitt Wallace fellow in world history Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation, 1991, TORCH teacher/fellow, 1992-1995.

Background

Binnicker, Margaret Duncan was born on November 13, 1951 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Daughter of Thomas Edgar and Edith Rebecca (Hatchett) Duncan.

Education

Bachelor in History, University of South, 1973. Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Dartmouth College, 1989. Postgraduate, Middle Tennessee State University, since 1994.

Career

Subscription manager The Sewanee (Tennessee) Review, 1976-1977. Teacher, chair history faculty St. Andrew's (Tennessee)-Sewanee School, 1977-1994, director college counseling, 1982-1990. Editorial assistant Tennessee History Society, since 1995.

Member curriculum task force for national history standards in world history National Center for History in the Schools, Los Angeles, 1993-1994.

Membership

Volunteer in university archives University of South, Sewanee, 1994-1995. Member American History Association, World History Association, American Association State and Local History, National Trust History Preservation, Tennessee Classical Association, Phi Alpha Theta, Kappa Alpha Theta (Beta Omega chapter).

Connections

Married Charles Mathews Binnicker Junior, August 25, 1973.

father:
Thomas Edgar Duncan

mother:
Edith Rebecca (Hatchett) Duncan

spouse:
Charles Mathews Binnicker Junior