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My Wikipedia biography is Richard J. Jensen; its talk page lists a lot of additional activities. Since taking a PhD at Yale in 1966, I have been an active historian, with numerous books, articles and papers on quite a variety of themes, especially American political, social, military and economic history, as well as historiography and quantitative and computer methods. Since 1971 I have authored, coauthored or edited 21 scholarly or popular books, and written 45 scholarly articles. My most recent popular books I served as well on the editorial boards of six scholarly journals such as the Journal of American History and the American Journal of Sociology and have been a permanent or visiting professor at U Illinois-Chicago, Washington U, U. Michigan, Harvard U, West Point, Moscow State (in Russia), etc. Currently I am retired from teaching and am a Research Professor at Montana State University, Billings, Montana, USA. Here's the favorite book I've written: The Winning of the Midwest: 1888-1896 (1971), online free.
I revised the talk to also explore how Wikipedia operates like a frontier society. It is now (Oct 5 2012) in print as "Military History on the Electronic Frontier: Wikipedia Fights the War of 1812," The Journal of Military History 76#4 (October 2012): 1165-82; a version is online here
The Original Barnstar
In recognition of your significant contribution to Wikipedia and its values. Stan J. Klimas (talk) 23:10, 12 December 2012 (UTC)
Mary Wollstonecraft Award
The Mary Wollstonecraft Award is awarded to contributors who have helped improve the coverage of women writers and their work on Wikipedia through content contributions, outreach, community changes and related actions. In particular, thank you for your efforts with the WikiProject Women writers start-up; your ideas and contributions are much appreciated. --Rosiestep (talk) 23:16, 29 November 2014 (UTC)
This user has been awarded with the 100,000 Edits award.
The Half Barnstar
Don't know if you actually did write half of the article or not, but I don't care enough to switch awards. During the process of the nomination for Alexander Hamilton, you were both tenacious in your defense of the page and edits to users who were quick to make changes (including myself), yet amiable and easy to work with. I'm a bit burned out on Hamilton as of now, but we will meet again, as I hope to get that article (along with a few other Founding Fathers) to an FA status (though I might settle with a few just at GA). Just a matter of when...Anyway, here you go! Thanks! LeftAire (talk) 22:13, 3 March 2015 (UTC)
The Writer's Barnstar
its for you professor..i hope you guide me in wikipedia m,sharaf (talk) 19:04, 16 February 2015 (UTC)