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Wayne Hanley

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Address:
312 Anderson Hall
West Chester, PA 19382


Phone: 610-436-2201
Fax: 610-436-3069


Carole Marciano
Departmental Secretary
Office: Anderson 312
Phone: 610-436-2201
Fax: 610-436-3069
CMarciano@wcupa.edu


Dr. Wayne Hanley
Departmental Chairperson
Office: Anderson 312C
Phone: 610-436-2201
Fax: 610-436-3069
WHanley@wcupa.edu


Dr. Karin Gedge
Social Studies Coordinator
Office: Anderson 312D6
Phone: 610-436-2971
KGedge@wcupa.edu


Brenda Gaydosh
Acting Graduate Coordinator
Office: Anderson 309A
Phone: 610-436-0734
BGaydosh@wcupa.edu


Jonathan Friedman
Director, Holocaust-Genocide Studies
Office: Anderson 309B
Phone: 610-436-2972
JFriedman@wcupa.edu

Wayne Hanley

Curriculum Vitae

Courses Taught

  • HIS 328: French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIS 421: History of England to 1688
  • HIS 422: History of England since 1688
  • HIS 427: Modern France
  • HIS 400: Seminar (Enlightenment)
  • HIS 534: French Revolution and Napoleon
  • HIS 650/651: Graduate Seminar (Enlightenment)

About Me

Wayne Hanley is a professor of history and department chairperson. He holds a doctorate in modern European history from the University of Missouri-Columbia (1998) with a specialty in Revolutionary France. He received his B.A. in history from the University of Missouri-Rolla (1985) and M.A.s from Central Missouri State University at Warrensburg, Missouri (history, 1987 and English, 1990). Prior to joining the faculty of West Chester University in Fall 2000, Dr. Hanley was an adjunct professor of history and director of an educational professional development center at the University of Missouri-Rolla and an assistant professor of history at Lincoln University (Missouri). He is author of The Genesis of Napoleonic Propaganda, 1796-1799 (Columbia University Press, 2005; e-book, 2003) and more numerous articles on various aspects of literature and French history and has presented papers on both history and literature at academic conferences. He is currently working on a biography of one of Napoleon's marshals, Michel Ney. When not doing professor things, Dr. Hanley can be found sailing on the Chesapeake.

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