Doctor/Ph. D member- Dr. Edward Salo (United States of America)

We are pleased to announce the newest member to join Institut de diplomatie publique-

Dr. Edward Salo (USA).

DR. EDWARD SALO / Institut de diplomatie publique

Education

Ph.D.

Public History, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA, 2009 Dissertation: Crossing the Rivers of the State: The Role of the Ferry in the Development of South Carolina, ca. 1680-1920s.

M.A.

History, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA, 1998 Thesis: Some People Call Me a Space Cowboy: The Image of the Astronaut in Life Magazine, 1959-1972.

B.S.

History/Political Science, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1993


PUBLICATIONS


Mining the Borderlands: Industry, Capital, and the Emergence of Engineers in the Southwest Territories, 1855–1910


People of the Upper Cumberland: Achievements and Contradictions ed. by Michael E. Birdwell and W. Calvin Dickinson


Recreating Neil armstrong and Walter Cronkite: Using iPads, IMOVIE, Garage Band, and Imagination to teach Space History


It’s just not for teaching: What can I do with a History Degree?


They come to see Johnny’s House: Telling a Multi-layered Story in Dyess


Nothing but smoldering ruins and the parched and crisp skeletons of once magnificent old live oak and palmetto groves: The Combahee Ferry Raid and Efforts to Preserve and Interpret the Raid


There Is More Ammunition In Iraq Than Any Place I've Ever Been In My Life, And It Is Not All Securable:" The US Army Engineering And Support Center, Huntsville Captured Enemy Ammunition And Coalition Munitions Clearance Mission, 2003–2008


They Can Run the Boat, But Not Ride: Slavery, Segregation and Ferries


One door to the Corps: The U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville historical update, 1998-2007


Crossing the Rivers of the State: The Role of the Ferry in the Development of South Carolina, ca. 1680-1920s


Project Gemini and the Turn to Technology, 1965-1966


The Archive at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center


Some People Call Me a Space Cowboy: The Image of the Astronaut in Life Magazine, 1959-1972


Ain't Me, I Ain't a Fortunate Son: The Deconstruction of the Apollo Astronaut.


"Some People Call Me A Space Cowboy": The Image of the Mercury Astronaut in Life Magazine.


https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Edward_Salo


Dr. Edward Salo