History & Anthropology
Heming, Dr. Carol
Wood Building, Room 136M
University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO 64093
German Reformation, Modern Germany, Women's history
PhD.: University of Missouri-Columbia, 2000
MA: University of Central Missouri, 1986
BA: University of Central Missouri, 1982
Protestants and the Cult of Saints in German-Speaking Europe, 1517-1531. Truman State University Press, 2003.
For more information and to order online
"St. Martin's Church and the White Lady of Starkenburg: Traditions and Transitions." Missouri Historical Review 105 (April 2011): 141-158.
"Elfrida von Rohr Sauer: A Life Reinterpreted." In Feminist Frontiers and Gendered Negotiations: Women Who Shaped the Midwest, 119-136. Edited by Yvonne Johnson. Kirksville, MO: Truman State University Press, 2010.
Early Modern and Modern World Civilization
Writing in the Social Sciences
Reformation and the Wars of Religion
Women in Modern Europe
Germany and the Nazi Experience
German Propaganda Archive http://www.calvin.edu/academic/cas/gpa
Favorite Historical figure
Elizabeth I--Endlessly fascinating and complex, she managed to make use of the stereotypes and assumptions about women while she simultaneously defied them all.