Choate, Jean (Marie) 1935-
CHOATE, Jean (Marie) 1935-
PERSONAL: Born December 17, 1935, in Syracuse, NY; daughter of Max (a teacher) and Betty (a teacher; maiden name, Black) Molyneux; married Woodrow Choate (a pastor), June 8, 1959; children: Anne, Mike, Ruth, Susan. Ethnicity: "White." Education: Alma College, B.A., 1958; University of Wisconsin, M.S., 1962; St. Cloud State University, M.A., 1972; Iowa State University, Ph.D., 1992. Politics: Democrat. Religion: Presbyterian. Hobbies and other interests: Swimming, camping, reading.
ADDRESSES: Home—2107 Starling St., Brunswick, GA 31520. Office—Department of General Studies, Coastal Georgia Community College, Brunswick, GA 31520. E-mail—[email protected]
CAREER: Northern Michigan University, Marquette, assistant professor, 1992-99; Coastal Georgia Community College, Brunswick, associate professor of general studies and history, 1999—.
MEMBER: Organization of American Historians, American Historical Association, American Association of University Women (vice president, 1997-98).
AWARDS, HONORS: Woodrow Wilson fellowship, 1958-59.
Disputed Ground: Farm Groups That Opposed the New Deal Agricultural Program, McFarland and Co. (Jefferson, NC), 2002.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Eliza Johnson, for publication by Nova, completion expected in 2004.
SIDELIGHTS: Jean Choate told CA: "I often write out of a conviction that these are stories of people whose lives and struggles should be remembered."