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Darrell A. Hamlin holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Political Science from Rutgers University, and a B.A. in American Studies from Baylor University. He has taught full time on the faculties of Rutgers, Spring Hill College, and Fort Hays State University.
His scholarship, teaching, and service have received awards, and he has been the recipient of grants for research and for educational development.
Darrell also contributes commentary for print and broadcast media. As a writer, educator, and consultant, he focuses on civic renewal and expanded narratives of public life.
When asked what motivates him to write at Kansas Free Press, Darrell said,
"What I have in mind is some fusion of human interest and political/cultural reporting. I want to profile people around the state who are doing work under the radar, as well as people who hold positions of official authority. I also want to find some way to get Kansans to articulate just what they want this place to be and become. And, of course, there are critical elections to cover - especially Governor, Senator, and U.S. Rep. One of the hopeful things about the blogosphere is that it gives engaged citizenry the opportunity (and responsibility) to practice the kind of journalism a democracy needs."Darrell also writes at EverydayCitizen.com. We are very honored that he has become a Kansas Free Press journalist. You can browse all of Darrell's historical archives.
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