James J. Thompson, Jr.
James J. Thompson, Jr. was a member of the faculty of the College of William and Mary. His appointments were: Assistant Professor of History, 1971-1977; Associate Professor of History, 1977-1981. He won the Thomas Jefferson Teaching Award in 1977. Thompson's memoir Fleeing the whore of Babylon : a modern conversion story (Publisher: Christian Classics, July 1986) discusses his time in Williamsburg including attending St. Bede's Catholic Church, the Catholic Church of William and Mary students.
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