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genealogist , Secondary school educator

Nancy Lou Lister, American secondary school educator, genealogist.

Background

Lister, Nancy Lou was born on October 13, 1940 in Cleveland. Daughter of George Hampton and Wilma Ruth (Larkin) L. Bachelor, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1962.

Education

Bachelor, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, 1962. Master of Arts, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, 1970. Phd in Roman Provincial Archeology, University Passau, Germany, since 2000.

Career

Teacher Orange High School, Cleveland, 1962-1964, Latin, Kent School (Connecticut), 1964-1971, Rye Country Day School (New York), 1971-1973, Williams School, New London, Connecticut, 1973-1979. Executive director Connecticut National Abortion Rights Action League, Hartford, 1976-1983. Teacher Latin, English and Social Studies Farmington High School (Connecticut), 1982-1984.

Teacher Latin and German, Rockville High School (Connecticut), 1984. Author; Roman Germany in the Third Century: What is Reality. Contributor to professional journals speaker Audio-visual Materials for Classical Studies, Bacchus am Rhein, Effective Test Writing, Ausonius, the Mosel and the Mosella, Roman Germany in theThird Century, The Danube & Its Provinces.

Coordinator Connecticut State Latin Day. Board of directors Planned Parenthood League Connecticut, 1974-1979, fund raisingchmn. and coordinator Women's Issues Political Action Committee, Hartford, 1980-1988. Fund raiser committee John Anderson for President, 1980.

Fundraiser for progressive candidates, 1983-1985. Member Ashford Center Democratic Town Committee Semplefellow American School Athens, Greece, Classical Association Middle West and South, 1964, Old Dominion Foundation fellow U. Kansas Summer School, 1963, Vergilian Society fellow, Cumae, Italy, 1964, Roman Germany Rockefeller Fellowship, 1988. Classical Association of New England fellow, 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Roman Germany in the Third Century: What is Reality. Contributor to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow German Wine Academy, Georgetown University Dillingen German Teacher Academy, 1989. Member American Civil Liberties Union, Connecticut Civil Liberties Union (Connecticut chapter), American Classical League (McKinley fellow 1989), Classical Association New England (chair fundraising committee, finance committee 1990-1993), Classical Association Connecticut (board directors, vice president 1989, president 1990-1991, chief incorporator 1985), National Organization for Women (state board directors, southeast Connecticut coordinator 1976-1978), Archaedogical Institute of America, Connecticut Organisation Language Teachers.

Connections

father:
George Hampton Bachelor

mother:
Wilma Ruth (Larkin) L. Bachelor