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archaeologist , historian

Michael Ostrogorsky, American Historian, archaeologist. Avocations: bicycling, skiing. M C. Whittenberger Foundation fellow, l982-83, John Calhoun Smith fellow, l983-84; Charles Redd Center grantee Brigham Young U., l987.

Background

Ostrogorsky, Michael was born on September 11, 1951 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Came to the United States, 1952. Son of William and Hedy Ostrogorsky.

Education

Bachelor, Boise State College, 1973. Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, University Idaho, 1993.

Career

Consultant, partner Idaho Archaeol. Consultant, Boise, 1976-1980. Instructor history University Alaska, Dillingham, 1985.

Historian National Park Service, Anchorage, 1986, Alaska Office History and Archaeology, Anchorage, 1987-1991. Senior historian INFOTEC Research, Inc., Fresno, California, since 1991. Media consultant, partner Planet Earth Productions.

Freelance consultant, 1981-1985.

Achievements

  • Avocations: bicycling, skiing. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to archaeological and history journals.

Membership

Consultant Northwest Office, Sierra Club, Seattle, 1984, member executive committee Alaska chapter, 1987-1991, chairman, 1988-1990, secretary, 1991. Board directors Alaska Center for Environmental, Anchorage, 1989, Prince Williams Sound Fund, 1989-1992. Member Mining History Association (council 1990-1994), American History Association (Beveridge grantee 1982), Society for History Archaeology, Western History Association, National Trust for History Preservation, Phi Alpha Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bicycling, skiing.

Connections

father:
William Ostrogorsky

mother:
Hedy Ostrogorsky