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Paul Kubricht grew up in the Chicago area. He attended Greenville College in Illinois where he received a bachelor of arts degree in history and political science. For graduate work he attended Ohio State University and received a master of arts. and doctorate, also serving as a teaching associate. His major field was eastern European studies and his minor fields were Soviet Russia and American foreign policy. He also spent time studying in Prague, Czech Republic, and Vienna, Austria as a result of grants from the American Council of Learned Societies and the International Research and Exchanges Board. In 1974, he came to LeTourneau University. His desire and calling was to teach at a small Christian college.
Kubricht has received grants from the National Endowment of the Humanities and has spent a number of grant-supported summers studying at major research libraries. He has delivered papers at a variety of conferences on topics such as “Reporting the Cold War: The American Media’s Depiction of the 1948 Communist Rise to Power in Czechoslovakia” and "The United States and the Soviet Invasion of Czechoslovakia: Determinants Influencing the American Response." Professor Kubricht has published articles in the Journal of the Association for Computing and History, Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas, Diplomatic History, Fides et Historia, East European Quarterly, The Evangelical Dictionary of Theology, and The Peasantry of Eastern Europe. He has also attended teaching seminars and prelaw advising conferences. He enjoys the one-on-one and small group contact he has with students.
Dr. Kubricht, with the Texas 12th Court of Appeals, on the LETU campus in Spring 2010.