Charles T. Walters
C.T. Walters has published in The Edgar Allen Poe Review, The Automotive History Review, The Winterthur Portfolio, The Journal of American Culture, and The University of Michigan Museum Handbook. He has contributed chapters to Rituals and Ceremonies in Popular Culture (1980) and Pseudo-Science in Nineteenth-Century America (1987) and Edgar Allan Poe, Beyond Gothicism: University of Delaware Press, 2011. Professor Walters, who also holds an MFA degree in painting and drawing, has presented his research at conferences held at The Henry Ford Museum, The Baseball Hall of Fame, The Reynolda House (Wake Forest University), and Columbia University - Barnard College. He was active in creating the Historic District in the town of Bloomsburg. Dr. Walters also received two NEH Grants for study at Yale University and the University of Illinois.