Faculty & Staff
Conspiracy Theory and Political Culture
American Militarization and National Identity
Student Preconceptions in the Social Studies Classroom
Keith R. Eberly teaches in the Education department as well as the History department at Muskingum University. In Education, he teaches courses on social studies methods as well as Educational Diversity and Educational Technology. In the History department, he teaches the U.S. History Survey and courses on American Conspiracy Theory and American Militarization. His research focuses on the evolution of American liberalism through the lives and memories of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. He also studies how student preconceptions impact learning in the social studies classroom. Dr. Eberly is co-director of the John and Annie Glenn Public Service Fellows Program as well as faculty advisor to Muskingum's Kappa Delta Pi Chapter. When not at work, Dr. Eberly loves to play basketball, tennis, and golf.