Where’s Jeff?

So asks Mike: “Just wanted to make sure all is OK,” he writes.

Thanks for asking Mike. Yes, I am OK. I apologize for my unannounced absence. My excuse is that I am teaching a course in the history of the CIA at the University of California in the District of Columbia and preparation takes a lot of time. (For the syllabus for “History of the CIA 1947 to the Present,” click here).

I’ve also been thinking about the challenge of #HowtoResolveJFKin2014 and so have a number of readers. I’ll be posting on this soon.





  1. David R says:

    Tha course looks very interesting, i wish I could take it!

    But I live too far away

  2. Barbara says:

    Thank you for explaining your absence. I, too, was concerned and in withdrawal without my daily fix from your website. Good luck with your class. As a professor myself, I KNOW how time consuming a syllabus can be. Good luck and thanks for such an informative and important web site.

  3. Congrats Jeff,

    You’ll be a great teacher!


  4. bogman says:

    Good to hear!

  5. Ronnie Wayne says:

    Glad all is well. Congrat’s on the teaching gig.
    Would love to take the course. Any chance of an online version?

  6. Avinash says:

    Nice to hear from you,Jeff. Glad to hear your are doing fine.

  7. Warren says:

    Can we take the course online? :}

  8. Marcus Hanson says:

    Well THAT’S laid a new conspiracy theory to rest:-).
    Looking forward to having you back , Jeff.

  9. Greg says:

    Thanks for the update. I would love to take that course!

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