Cameron L. Kline


Cameron Kline

Cameron L. Kline is a Doctor of Philosophy student in History at Syracuse University. He is a graduate of Oxford University’s St. Cross College as a Master of Studies in History with a focus on early U.S. History. He is a published author and was an Adjunct Professor of Communications and Crisis Communications at Jefferson University. Kline has partnered with the Historical Society of Pennsylvania to produce a historically accurate transcription and annotation of the Tobias Lear Journal detailing the death of George Washington. He also has a Master’s and Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. Journalism from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign.


Howdy Texas A&M, Let’s Explore Some History

Last week, when the chair of my session said, “Our final presenter will be Mr. Cameron Kline, from Oxford University’s St. Cross College, and he will deliver his paper entitled George Washington and Tobias Lear: The First Presidential Operative”, I took my place behind the podium to do something that I’ve not yet been able to do, deliver my work to a room of kindred scholars.
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