Caroline M Hoefferle Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Caroline M Hoefferle

Professor of History
Wingate University

I am a professor of history at Wingate University, a small university near Charlotte, NC. I began working here in 2001 and prior to that, taught at Roosevelt University (Chicago, IL), Austin Community College (Austin, TX), Central Michigan University (Mt. Pleasant, MI), and Strathclyde University (Glasgow, Scotland). I teach world, US, and women's history, as well as introduction to history methods and historiography. I was born and raised in Ontonagon, MI and still love to visit there.

Subjects: History


I have published books in the fields of British history and Historiography, and a number of scholarly essays on historiography, American and British student protest movements of the 1960s, and communal living movements in the 1970s. I have presented papers at many conferences on these subjects as well. I am interested in continuing these research interests, as well as exploring a new interest of mine: Croatian immigration.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    British and American student protests
    1960s Britain and United States
    European and American Women's History
    World History

Personal Interests

    Reading, writing, travel, hiking, beaches


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