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Faculty Information

Dr. Cynthia W. Resor

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Cynthia Resor is a professor at Eastern Kentucky University and has taught four different study abroad courses. She holds a Ph.D. in history, a M.A. in humanities, and a Rank I in secondary social studies education. She has taught undergraduate and graduate teacher education courses including social studies for teachers as well as medieval history, European survey courses, daily life in history, and humanities. She began her career as a high school social studies teacher. She conducts professional development sessions for teachers, has published several articles in various journals related to history and social studies education, and is the author of two books about daily life in the past. Cynthia loves history, especially the history of daily life and ordinary people, and she is always trying to spread her enthusiasm about history inside and outside of the classroom. She worked as a costumed interpreter, a "fake" Shaker, at the Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill in central Kentucky and loves to surprise her students by appearing in class in historical costumes. She forces her family, friends, and students to visit old cemeteries and historical sites. Her vacations revolve around historical themes and locations. She lives in an old house, collects old stuff, names her dogs and chickens after historical people, and is probably a dangerous driver because she listens to historical novels in the car. Study abroad is the next best thing to her dream job - to be the tour guide with a time traveling machine.


Courses with CCSA

Course list prior to Summer 2017 available by request from CCSA offices.

Summer 2017 — Daily Life in Medieval and Victorian Scotland

Winter 2018-19 — New Zealand: Interaction of Indigenous and European Cultures

Summer 2019 — Scotland: Modern Myths and Historical Reality