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Al Keim: A Man On A Mission

Loved Ones Honor Keim’s ‘Journey Of Discovery’ By Kate Prahlad, Daily News-Record Albert N. Keim was remembered Tuesday by his family and friends as a fierce intellectual, an unassuming man and a doting grandfather. At a memorial service at Park View Mennonite Church, a packed house listened to tributes that celebrated his academic work and hi ...More

Veteran EMU History Prof Al Keim Dies

Al Keim, EMU professor emeritus of history Albert N. (Al) Keim, 72, professor emeritus of history at EMU, died June 27, 2008 at University of Virginia Medical Center. He had a successful liver transplant in 2007, but his health had declined in ...More

EMU Furthers Catholic-Anabaptist Dialogue

Father George McLean (r.), general editor, presents Paul Peachey with a copy of his book "Building Peace and Civil Society: An Autobiographical Report from a Believers’ Church" (Washington, D.C.: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2007). Chapters 1-16 is a collection ...More

Historians Examine Amish, Mennonite Response to Civil War Conflict

James O. Lehman, librarian emeritus at EMU and archivist for Virginia Mennonite Conference Two experts in Anabaptist studies have collaborated on the first scholarly examination of pacifism during the Civil War. “Mennonites, Amish and the American Civil War,& ...More

Speakers Recount Historical Meeting in EMU Class

Paul Peachey (center) makes a point in the Mennonite History and Thought class as I.B. Horst (l.) and Calvin Redekop listen.Photo by Jim Bishop For 50 minutes on Friday morning, Feb. 18, in the President’s Room of Hartzler Library, ...More