THE
UPSILONIAN

Vol. VI
Summer 1994

COPYRIGHT 1994, 2002 by the Cumberland College Department of History and Political Science. All Rights Reserved.

ARTICLES

AUTHORS

COMMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

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ARTICLES:

American Popular Music and the 1980s: Coming to Terms with Vietnam Keith Semmel
Danton Versus Robespierre: The Quest for Revolutionary Power Aaron D. Purcell
The Subjugation of the Catholic Church: A Failed Attempt Lee White
 

AUTHORS:

Aaron Purcell Aaron D. Purcell is a 1990 graduate of Rockcastle County High School and a 1994 Cumberland graduate. His current goals include obtaining a masters degree in history and teaching at the college level. Aaron's paper was originally written for a course entitled Issues in History in the Fall of 1993. He read his paper at the 1994 Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference at Cumberland College.
Dr. Keith Semmel Keith Semmel is an associate professor of communication arts in the Department of English. He received the B.A. from Mansfield State College, and the M.A. and Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University. His research interests include mass media and popular culture studies. He joined the Cumberland College faculty in 1990.
  Lee White is a 1990 graduate of Oldham County High School in Oldham County, Kentucky and a 1994 Cumberland graduate. She plans to attend either Law School or Graduate School in Public Administration. Lee wrote her paper for the course entitled Issues in History in the fall of 1993. Her paper was read at the 1994 Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference at Cumberland College.

COMMENTS:

Comments from the Editor Eric L. Wake
Comments from the President Lee White

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS:

Editor
Eric L. Wake, Ph.D.
Advisor of Upsilon-Upsilon
and Chairman of the History and
Political Science Department

Board of Advisors

Oline Carmical, Ph.D., Chairman of the Board of Advisors and Assistant
Professor of Political Science
John Broome, TH.D., Professor of History
Dennis O'Brien, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English
John Olson, Ph. D., Assistant Professor of Political Science
Al Pilant, Ph.D., Professor of History
Cassondra Wheeler, student member of Upsilon-Upsilon