Frederick William Dame is an educator, public speaker, and author. He holds bachelor’s degrees in history and English; master’s degrees in international relations and political theory, adult education, and English cultural studies; and doctoral degrees in politics, philology, and world literature.
Dame has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses at the University of New Hampshire, the Fachhochschule Trier, the Universität Kaiserslautern, and other schools across the globe. He has also taught for the US Army and has been a regular public speaker at numerous institutions, including the US Department of Defense Public Schools in Europe, the Universität des Saarlandes, and the Goethe-Institut.
A published author in both English and German, Dame has penned numerous pieces on politics and cultural history and has written on a wide range of other topics, from architecture and engineering to poetry, music, and beyond. (Amazon)
- Dame’s most recent Book, published in Oct, 2014: The American Crisis characterizes Obama as attempting to turn his Presidency into a throne.
- Dame’s 2013 Book: The Muslim Discovery of America addresses –
and puts to rest, the assertion that Muslims came to America before Columbus in the Seventh Century A.D.
- Amazon list of Books for Frederick William Dame
- The Complete Obama Timeline and thoughts on restoring American liberties