AUTHOR BIOGRAPHIES

Judith G. Cetina
"The Cuyahoga County Archives"

Judith G. Cetina, Manager of the Cuyahoga County Archives since 1985, and a member of the Archives staff since 1977,received the B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Dr. Cetina is a member of several professional organizations, including the Society of American Archivists, the Organization of American Historians, the Cleveland Archival Roundtable, and the Women Historians of Greater Cleveland; and also serves on the Board of Directors of the CWRU History Associates and is treasurer of the Cleveland Association of Phi Beta Kappa. She has published book reviews, articles for the CUYAHOGA COUNTY ARCHIVES JOURNAL, and contributed a chapter in 1989 to the book PIONEER HEALERS, A HISTORY OF WOMEN RELIGIOUS IN AMERICAN HEALTH CARE. Dr. Cetina has also been interviewed for local newspaper, radio and television features, and lectures frequently to historical and genealogical societies, student groups, and professional organizations, on such topics as the holdings of the County Archives, naturalization records, and property research.



Robert W. Wheeler
"Pleasantly Situated"

Robert A. Wheeler, Associate Professor of History, received his Ph. D. from Brown University. The founding Director of the University Center for Teaching and Learning, he is also co-editor of H-Teach, an email list serving 1,700 historians. He has received two university teaching awards: the Student Government Outstanding Faculty Award and the University Distinguished Teaching Award. He is co-author of Cleveland: A Concise History and co-editor of The Social Fabric a two volume reader. His book Visions of the Western Reserve, 1750-1860 is due out early in 2000.


Jeanne E. Costa
"Detroit Street 1880-1920 The Whole Story"

Jeanne E. Costa is a graduating senior at Cleveland State University. She will receive her BA in Philosophy, June 2000. Her interests include writing and reading. She plans to pursue a career as a writer and to continue her education by pursuing a Masters of Philosophy degree.

 


Timothy D. Kassouf
"Franklin Circle"

Timothy D. Kassouf is graduating senior at Cleveland State University. He will receive his BA in History, June 2000. His interests include local history, the evolution of war as well as cars and racing. Timothy is an Eagle Scout and enjoys camping in the wilderness. He plans to attend Cleveland-Marshall School of Law to become a business attorney.

 


Lisa Amato
"Detroit Street 1880-1920 The Whole Story"


Lisa Amato received a bachelor's degree in History from Ohio University. She is currently enrolled in the College of Education at Cleveland State University and will be receiving her teaching Licensure in June of 2000. She hopes to teach Social Studies in an urban school system in the Fall.

 

 


Anthony Nettles
"Detroit Street 1880-1920 The Whole Story"


Anthony Nettles is a fourth year Cleveland State University student seeking a Bachelors of Arts degree in History. His research topics include Tom Johnson, the progressive mayor of Cleveland from 1901-1910, Ohio City and migration patterns among African Americans. Anthony currenly is working for Progressive Insurance Company as a Customer Service Processor. He plans to obtain a secondary level teaching certificate in the hopes of helping today's youth focus on the importance of education.


Hilary Stites
"The Flats"

Hilary Stites is a Junior at Cleveland State University seeking a degree in Anthropology. She plans to pursue a masters degree in Medical Anthropology. Hilary is a native of Cincinnati, Ohio and began her academic career at the University of Cincinnati. Her future holds a possible move to Canada to join her fiancee's family.