Gaughan, Joan M. 1940-
Gaughan, Joan M. 1940-
Born July 28, 1940, in Albert Lea, MN; daughter of Carl (a farmer) and Frances (a homemaker) Mickelson; married John Gaughan (a professor of English), May 4, 1974; children: Moran, Allison. Education: College of St. Teresa, B.A., 1963; Eastern Michigan University, M.A., 1973; University of Michigan, Ph.D., 1978. Religion: Roman Catholic.
Home—Manchester, MI. E-mail—[email protected]
Washtenaw Community College, Ann Arbor, MI, professor of history, 1969-2003.
(Editor, under name Joan Mickelson-Gaughan, and author of introductions) Milestones in Western Civilization: Selected Readings, three volumes, Scarecrow Press (Metuchen, NJ), 1990–98.
Contributor to Huron River Review.
Joan M. Gaughan told CA: "What makes me write is that I don't particularly want to clean the house or shovel out the stalls in our stable."
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Reference & Research Book News, August, 1991, review of Milestones in Western Civilization: Selected Readings, Volume 1, p. 3; June, 1992, review of Milestones in Western Civilization, Volume 2, p. 4; February, 1999, review of Milestones in Western Civilization, Volume 3, p. 17.
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