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Profs contribute to landmark ‘Encyclopedia of World War II'

Seven professors at APSU contributed to The Encyclopedia of World War II: A Political, Social and Military History, which is already being touted as a definitive reference on World War II.

The encyclopedia, a five-volume set published by ABC-CLIO in December 2004, was edited by Dr. Spencer C. Tucker, emeritus professor of history at Virginia Military Institute. Dr. Malcolm Muir Jr., emeritus professor of history at APSU, served as the projects associate editor.

The following APSU professors contributed to the landmark work:
Seven professors at APSU contributed to “The Encyclopedia of World War II: A Political, Social and Military History,” which is already being touted as a definitive reference on World War II.

The encyclopedia, a five-volume set published by ABC-CLIO in December 2004, was edited by Dr. Spencer C. Tucker, emeritus professor of history at Virginia Military Institute. Dr. Malcolm Muir Jr., emeritus professor of history at APSU, served as the project's associate editor.

The following APSU professors contributed to the landmark work:

•Dr. Dewey Browder, chair of the department of history and philosophy,
•Taylor Emery, instructor of English,
•Dr. Allene Phy-Olsen, professor of English,
•Dr. David R. Snyder, assistant professor of history,
•Minoa Uffelman, visiting assistant professor of history,
•Dr. Timothy Winters, associate professor of English, and
•Dr. Jeffrey Wood, professor of music.

Several APSU professors also have contributed to the same publisher's forthcoming comparable work on World War I, according to Browder.

“The Encyclopedia of World War II: A Political, Social and Military History” is available at Barnes & Noble, Borders, David-Kidd Booksellers and online at Amazon.com. To order the work directly from the publisher, telephone 1 (800) 368-6868, or visit http://www.abc-clio.com.

For more information, telephone Browder at (931) 221-7924.
—Rebecca Mackey