Titus, Charles 1942-

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Titus, Charles 1942-

PERSONAL:

Born September 28, 1942, in Marshall, IL; son of Robert W. (a city utilities superintendent) and Juanita Titus; children: Courtney, Whitney. Ethnicity: "Caucasian-European." Education: Eastern Illinois University, B.S.Ed., 1964, M.A., 1966; Indiana University—Bloomington, Ph.D., 2002. Religion: Methodist.

ADDRESSES:

Home—Charleston, IL. Office—Department of History, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL 61920; fax: 217-581-7233. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Fredrick Douglass High School, history teacher, Upper Marlboro, MD, 1969-71; Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, assistant director of alumni services and university relations, 1972-77, director of alumni services and assistant in university relations, 1977-87, assistant to executive officer of Eastern Illinois University Foundation, 1987-89, instructor, 1990- 97, assistant professor of history, 1997—, chair of social science studies program, 1992—; Indiana University—Bloomington, assistant instructor, 1989-90. Military service: U.S. Army, 1966-69; became first lieutenant. U.S. Army Reserve, 1969-97; became major.

MEMBER:

Illinois State Historical Society, Phi Delta Kappa, Pi Lambda Theta.

WRITINGS:

The Old Line State: Her Heritage, illustrated by Thomas E. Jones, Tidewater (Centreville, MD), 1971.

Contributor to books, including America: The People and the Dream, Scott, Foresman (Glenview, IL), 1991.