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In 1913, General Ferguson was born to British parents in Smyrna, Turkey. He went to elementary school in Scotland before settling in Whittier, California, with his family. He graduated from a local high school in 1931 and Fullerton Junior College in California in 1934 after becoming a naturalized US citizen on March 28, 1930.
In October 1934, he enlisted in the Air Corps, and a year later, he began his flight training, which he completed in July 1936. He spent a year as a flying cadet before being promoted to second lieutenant in June 1937.
In March 1940, he was assigned as the commanding officer of the 79th Pursuit Squadron at Hamilton Field, California. He became executive officer of the 20th Pursuit Group in Charlotte, N.C., in April 1942, and commanding officer of the 337th Fighter Group from July 1942 to October 1943.
General Ferguson was assigned to the US Air Force advisory group in Ankara, Turkey, in November 1947, and later became the group’s leader. In June 1950, he left for the Far East, where he worked for the US Far East Air Forces as an assistant to the vice commander and later as an assistant deputy for operations. He was vice commander of the Fifth Air Force in Korea from June 1951 to February 1952.

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Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences, Susan S. and William H. HindlePh.D. Harvard, 1985 Interests in research: Southern Africa, political anthropology, social and cultural theory in relation to
James Ferguson is a professor in the Department of Anthropology and the Susan S. and William H. Hindle Professor in the School of Humanities and Sciences. His studies have focused on southern Africa (particularly Lesotho, Zambia, South Africa, and Namibia), and he has addressed a wide range of theoretical and ethnographic issues. These topics include “development” politics, rural-urban migration, shifting topographies of property and resources, constructions of space and location, urban culture in mining towns, modernity encounters, state spatialization, the place of “Africa” in a real and imagined world, and ethnography theory and politics. A concern for how discourses organized around concepts like “creation” and “modernity” intersect the lives of ordinary people runs through much of this work.

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Ferguson is in charge of the JMU football program’s day-to-day activities, providing direct support to Coach Cignetti and his team both on campus and in the community. He also organizes and plans team travel and meetings, as well as acting as a liaison with other university departments about the team and student-athletes.
Ferguson worked with the offensive line at Indiana (Pa.) while pursuing his master’s degree prior to joining Elon. In 2016, the Crimson Hawks were ranked fourth in NCAA Division II for rushing offense. IUP went 19-5 (12-2 conference) and made two NCAA Division II Playoff appearances during Ferguson’s two seasons there. The team finished the 2016 season ranked 12th in the nation.
Ferguson graduated from Clarion University with a bachelor’s degree in mass media, journalism, and communication studies in 2014. He also holds a master’s degree in sports administration from IUP, which he received in 2016.

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