Alumni Publications

  • Daniel Aaron

    (Ph.D. 1943)

    ,

    Victor S. Thomas Professor of English & American Literature Emeritus, Harvard University

    • America in Crisis

      (1952)

    • Men of Good Hope: A Story of American Progressives

      (1951)

    • The United States: The History of a Republic, with Richard Hofstadter and William Miller

      (1959)

    • Writers on the Left: Episodes in American Literary Communism

      (1961)

    • Essays on History and Literature, and Robert Bremner, eds

      (1966)

    • American Pantheon, with Sylvan Schindler

      (1966)

    • The Structure of American History, with Richard Hofstadter and William Miller

      (1964)

    • Edward Bellamy: Novelist and Reformer, with Harry Levin

    • The Strenuous Decade: A Social and Intellectual Record of the 1930′s, with Robert Bendiner, eds.

      (1970)

    • The Unwritten War: American Writers and the Civil War (Knopf, 1973)

    • American Fiction: Historical and Critical Essays, ed. (Northeastern, 1977).

    • The Inman Diary: A Public and Private Confession, ed.

      (1985)

    • Cincinnati, Queen City of the West: 1819-1838

      (1992)

    • American Notes

      (1994)

    • Daniel’s Dictionary: A Handbook for Metaphor

      (2008)

    • Henry James, The Aspern Papers, ed.

      (1994)

    • The Americanist

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “Cincinnati, 1818-1838: A Study of Attitudes in the Urban West”

      (1943)

  • Christina Adkins

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    • Diss:

      “Slavery and the Civil War in Cultural Memory”

      (2014)

  • Robert Allison

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Professor of History, Suffolk University

    • The Crescent Obscured: The United States and the Muslim World, 1776-1815 (Oxford, 1995)

    • American Eras: The Revolutionary Era, 1754-1783, eds. (Gale Research,1998)

    • History in Dispute, Volume 2, eds. (St James, 2000-2005)

    • A Short History of Boston, (Commonwealth Editions, 2005)

    • The Boston Massacre (Commonwealth Editions, 2006)

    • “The Boston Tea Party”

      (2007)

    • Stephen Decatur: American Naval Hero, 1779-1820 (Massachusetts, 2005)

    • “The American Revolution: A Concise History”

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “The United States and the Muslim World, 1776-1815”

  • Michael Anesko

    (Ph.D. 1984)

    ,

    Professor of English, Pennsylvania State University

    • Letters, Fictions, Lies: Henry James and William Dean Howells, ed. (Oxford, 1997)

    • Monopolizing the Master: Henry James and the Politics of Modern Literary Scholarship (Stanford, 2012)

    • “Friction with the Market:” Henry James and the Profession of Authorship (Oxford, 1986)

    • Diss:

      ““Friction with the Market:” Henry James and the Profession of Authorship” (1984)

  • Christian Appy

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

    • Working-class War: American Combat Soldiers and Vietnam (North Carolina, 1993)

    • Cold War Constructions: The Political Culture of the United States Imperialism, 1945-1966, eds. (Massachusetts, 2000)

    • Patriots: The Vietnam War Remembered form All Sides (Viking, 2003)

    • Diss:

      “A War for Nothing: A Social History of American Soldiers in the Vietnam War” (1986)

      (1986)

  • Donald Bacon

    (Ph.D. 1971)

    • Diss:

      “Henry Adams: Artist”

      (1971)

  • Paul Baker

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor of History, New York University

    • The Fortunate Pilgrims: 1800-1860

      (1964)

    • The Atomic Bomb: The Great Decision, ed.

      (1976)

    • Richard Morris Hunt

      (1980)

    • Stanny: The Gilded Life of Stanford White

      (1989)

    • Diss:

      “The American in Italy”

      (1960)

  • Rex Ball

    (Ph.D. 1970)

    • Diss:

      “America in the French Liberal Mind, 1815-1871”

      (1970)

  • Eliza Young Barstow

    (Ph.D. 2010)

    ,

    Visiting Assistant Professor of Religion, Wofford College

    • Diss:

      “‘These Teenagers are Not Delinquent’: The Rhetoric of Maturity for Evangelical Young Adults, 1945-1965”

      (2010)

  • Erin Royston Battat

    (Ph.D. 2008)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of American Studies and Ethnic Studies, Penn State-Harrisburg

    • Diss:

      “‘ Ain’t Got No Home’ : Race and American Narratives in the Depression Era”

      (2008)

  • Nikola Baumgarten

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Department of History Selyn College, Cambridge University

    • Diss:

      “Immigrants as Democrats: Education in St. Louis Before the Civil War”

      (1993)

  • Jane Johnson Benardete

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor Emerita in English Hunter College

    • American Realism, ed.

      (1972)

    • Companions of Our Youth: Stories by Women for Young People’s Magazines, 1865-1900

      (1988)

    • Crumbling Idols: Twelve Essays on art Dealing Chiefly With Literature, Painting, and the Drama, and Hamlin Garland, eds.

      (1960)

    • Diss:

      “Through Change and Through Storm”: A Study of Federalist-Unitarian Thought, 1800-1860

      (1958)

  • David Benjamin

    (Ph.D. 1977)

    • Diss:

      “John D. MacDonald and the Life and Death of the Mythic Hero”

      (1977)

  • David Bertelson

    (Ph.D. 1965)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies at the University of Hawaii in Manoa

    • The Lazy South

      (1967)

    • Snowflakes and Snowdrifts: Individualism and Sexuality in America

      (1986)

    • Diss:

      “The Lazy South”

      (1965)

  • Warner Berthoff

    (Ph.D. 1954)

    ,

    Henry B. and Anne M. Cabot Professor of English and American Literature Emeritus at Harvard University

    • American Literature: Traditions and Talents

      (1960)

    • The Example of Melville

      (1962)

    • The Ferment of Realism: American Literature, 1884-1919

      (1965)

    • Edmund Wilson

      (1968)

    • Great Short Works of Herman Melville, ed.

      (1970)

    • Fictions and Events: Essays in Criticism and Literary History

      (1971)

    • A Literature Without Qualities: American Writing Since 1945

      (1979)

    • Literature and the Continuances of Virtue

      (1986)

    • Hart Crane: A Re-Introduction

      (1989)

    • American Trajectories: Authors and Texts

      (1994)

    • Diss:

      “The Literary Career of Charles Brockden Brown”

      (1954)

  • Mary Bilder

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Professor of Law Boston College

    • The Transatlantic Constitution: Colonial Legal Culture and the Empire

      (2004)

    • Blackstone in America: Selected Essays of Kathryn Preyer, ed.

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “Salamanders and Sons of God: Transatlantic Legal Culture and Colonial Rhode Island”

      (2001)

  • Elizabeth Blackmar

    (Ph.D. 1981)

    ,

    Professor of History Columbia University

    • Manhattan For Rent: 1785-1850

      (1989)

    • The Park and the People: A History of Central Park, with Roy Rosenzweig

      (1992)

    • Congregating and Consecrating at Central Synagogue: The Building of a Religious Fellowship and Public Ceremonies, with Arthur Goren

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      “Housing and Property Relations in New York City, 1785-1850”

      (1981)

  • Cynthia Blair

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Professor of History and African American Studies University of Illinois at Chicago

    • I’ve Got to Make My Livin’: Black Women’s Sex Work in Turn-of-the-Century Chicago

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Vicious Commerce: African American Women’s Sex Work and the Transformation of Urban Space in Chicago, 1850-1915”

      (1999)

  • George Blaustein

    (Ph.D. 2010)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies University of Amsterdam

    • Diss:

      “To the Heart of Europe: Americanism, the Salzburg Seminar, and Cultural Diplomacy”

      (2010)

  • Leslie Blumberg

    (Ph.D. 1978)

    ,

    Clinical Psychologist

    • Diss:

      “Manhood and Murder: Nineteenth Century-American Ideas About Male Identity”

      (1978)

  • Clara Bouricius

    (Ph.D. 1997)

    ,

    Assistant Director, MassHumanities

    • Diss:

      “”A Happier Ending than is Warranted by the Facts”; or, How E.D.E.N. Southworth Created Sentimental Capitalism, 1849-1886”

      (1997)

  • James Bowditch

    (Ph.D. 1964)

    ,

    Professor at Ripon College Headmaster, int’l school in Torino Passed away recently

    • Diss:

      “The Impact of Japanese Culture on the United States, 1853-1904”

      (1964)

  • Bernard Bowron

    (Ph.D. 1948)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies, University of Minnesota

    • Henry B Fuller of Chicago: The Ordeal of a Genteel Realist in Ungenteel America

      (1974)

    • Diss:

      “Henry B. Fuller: A Critical Study”

      (1948)

  • Josephine Callisen Bresnehan

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Deceased

    • Diss:

      “Dangers in Paradise: The Battle Against Combat Fatigue in the Pacific War”

      (1999)

  • Matthew Briones

    (Ph.D. 2005)

    ,

    Associate Professor of History at the University of Chicago

    • Jim and Jap Crow: A Cultural History of 1940s Interracial America

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “An American Type: The Kikuchi Diaries, A Cultural Biography”

      (2005)

  • Francis Broderick

    (Ph.D. 1955)

    ,

    Commonwealth Professor, University of Massachusetts Director of Ghana Peace Corps (deceased 1992)

    • W.E.B. DuBois: Negro Leader in a Time of Crisis

      (1959)

    • The Origins of the Constitution, 1776-1789

      (1964)

    • Negro Protest Thought in the Twentieth Century, and August Meier, eds.

      (1965)

    • Reconstruction and the American Negro

      (1969)

    • Progressivism at Risk: Electing a President in 1912

      (1989)

    • Diss:

      “W.E.B. DuBois: The Trail of His Ideas”

      (1955)

  • Alfred Brophy

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Judge John J. Parker Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina School of Law

    • Reconstructing the Dreamland: The Tulsa Riot of 1921

      (2002)

    • Reparations: Pro & Con

      (2006)

    • Integrating Spaces: Property Law and Race, and Alberto Lopez, Kali Murray

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “The Intersection of Property and Slavery in Southern Legal Thought: From the Missouri Compromise Through the Civil War”

      (2001)

  • Thomas Brown

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    ,

    University of South Carolina Professor of History,

    • American Eras. Civil War and Reconstruction, ed.

      (1997)

    • Dorothea Dix: New England Reformer

      (1998)

    • Reconstructions: New Perspectives on the Postbellum United States, ed.

      (2006)

    • City of the Silent: The Charlestonians of Magnolia County, ed.

      (2010)

    • Remixing the Civil War: Meditations on the Sesquicentennial

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Dorothea Dix: New England Reformer”

      (1994)

  • Chandos Brown

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Professor of History & Am. Studies, College of William & Mary

    • Benjamin Silliman: A Life in the Young Republic

      (1989)

    • Diss:

      “Benjamin Silliman: A Life in the Young Republic”

      (1987)

  • Candy Brown

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    Professor of Religious Studies, Indiana University

    • The Word in the World: Evangelical Writing, Publishing and Reading in America

      (2004)

    • Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Healing, ed.

      (2011)

    • Testing Prayer: Science and Healing

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “Salt to the World: A Cultural History of Evangelical Reading, Writing, and Publishing Practices in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America”

      (2000)

  • Steven Brown

    (Ph.D. 2018)

    ,

    Preceptor, Expository Writing Program, Harvard University

    • Diss:

      “The Man on the Dump: The Ideal of Waste in American Art and History” (in progress)

  • Dean Budnick

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    Executive Editor Relix Magazine

    • Ticket Masters: The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped, and Josh Baron

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Directed Verdict: The Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle Trial Discourse

      (2000)

  • Lan Thi Phuong Bui

    (Ph.D. 2003)

    • Quan hệ Việt Nam-Hoa Kỳ 1994-2010

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “When the Forest Became the Enemy: The Legacy of American Herbicidal Warfare in Vietnam”

      (2003)

  • Kevin Burke

    (Ph.D. 2006)

    ,

    Director Research at Harvard’s Hutchins Center for African and African American Research

    • Diss:

      “The Nervous American “

      (2006)

  • Richard Bushman

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    ,

    Gouverner Morris Professor of History emeritus, Columbia University

    • From Puritan to Yankee: Character and Social Order in Connecticut, 1690-1765

      (1967)

    • The Great Awakening: Documents on the Revival of Religion, 1740-1745, ed.

      (1969)

    • Uprooted Americans: Essays to Honor Oscar Handlin

      (1979)

    • Joseph Smith and the Beginnings of Mormonism

      (1984)

    • King and People in Provincial Massachusetts

      (1985)

    • The Refinement of America: Persons, Houses, Cities

      (1992)

    • Joseph Smith: Rough Stone Rolling

      (2005)

    • On the Road with Joseph Smith

      (2007)

    • Mormonism: A Very Short Introduction

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Government and Society in Connecticut, 1690-1760”

      (1961)

  • Brian Casey

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    President of Depauw University

    • Diss:

      “Romantic Campus: Emotion and the American College and University 1880-1940”

      (2000)

  • Robert Church

    (Ph.D. 1966)

    • Social Sciences at Harvard, 1860-1920: From Inculcation to the Open Mind

      (1965)

    • Education in the Untied States: An Interpretive History, with Michael Sedlak.

      (1976)

    • Diss:

      “The Development of the Social Sciences as Academic Disciplines at Harvard University, 1869-1900”

      (1966)

  • Elizabeth Clark

    (Ph.D. 2007)

    • Diss:

      “The Inward Fire: A History of Cruelty in Marriage in the Northeastern United States, 1800-1860”

      (2007)

  • Clifford Clark

    (Ph.D. 1968)

    ,

    Hullings Professor of American Studies, Carleton College

    • Henry Ward Beecher: Spokesman for a Middle Class America

      (1978)

    • The American Family Home, 1800-1960

      (1986)

    • Minnesota in a Century of Change: The State and it People Since 1900, ed.

      (1989)

    • Diss:

      “Henry Ward Beecher: Revivalist and Anti-Slavery Leader–1813-1867”

      (1968)

  • Jean-Marie Cook

    (Ph.D. 1971)

    • Sutton Courtenay: The History of a Thames-side Village, and Christopher Currie, eds.

      (1990)

    • Great Marlow: Parish and People in the Nineteenth Century, ed.

      (1991)

    • Diss:

      “The American Experience of the Arab World, 1800-1860”

      (1971)

  • Alice (Crozier) Cook

    (Ph.D. 1964)

    • The Novels of Harriet Beecher Stowe

      (1969)

    • Getting Political: Stories of a Woman Mayor, with Joan Darrah

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      “Harriet Beecher Stowe: A Critical Study”

      (1964)

  • Eli Cook

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, University of Haifa

    • Diss:

      “The Pricing of Progress: Economic Indicators and the Capitalization of American Life”

      (2013)

  • Rosemary Crockett

    (Ph.D. 1998)

    • The Garies and their Friends: A Study of Frank J. Webb and his Novel

      (1998)

  • Robert Cross

    (Ph.D. 1955)

    • Liberal Catholicism in America

      (1955)

    • The Emergence of Liberal Catholicism in America

      (1958)

    • The Church and the City, 1865-1910

      (1967)

  • Barbara (Meyers) Cross

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    • Horace Bushnell: Minister to a Changing America

      (1958)

    • The Autobiography of Lyman Beecher, ed.

      (1961)

    • Lyman Beecher, Margaret Fuller, and M. Carey Thomas

      (1965)

    • Diss:

      “Horace Bushnell. 1801-1876: A Study in Society and Christian Thought”

      (1956)

  • Robert Crunden

    (Ph.D. 1964)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies and History, University of Texas. Deceased, 1999.

    • The Mind and Art of Albert Jay Nock

      (1964)

    • A Hero in Spite of Himself: Brand Whitlock in Art, Politics, and War

      (1969)

    • From Self to Society: 1919-1941

      (1972)

    • The Superfluous Men: Conservative Critics of American Culture, 1900-1945, ed.

      (1977)

    • Progressivism, with John Burnham.

      (1977)

    • Ministers of Reform: The Progressives’ Achievement in American Civilization. 1888-1920

      (1982)

    • New Perspectives on America and South Asia, with Manoj Joshi, and R.V.R. Chadrasekhar Rao, eds.

      (1984)

    • The Traffic of Ideas between India and America, ed.

      (1985)

    • A Brief History of American Culture

      (1990)

    • American Salons: Encounters with European Modernism

      (1992)

    • Body & Soul: The Making of American Modernism

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “Brand Whitlock’s American Career”

      (1967)

  • Eugene Current-Gracia

    (Ph.D. 1947)

    ,

    Hargis Professor Emeritus of American Literature, Auburn University

    • O.Henry

      (1965)

    • What is the Short Story?

      (1974)

    • American Short Stories, ed.

      (1976)

    • The American Short Story before 1850, ed.

      (1985)

    • American Short Stories, ed.

      (1990)

    • Diss:

      “Criticism and the Problem of Literary Expression in a Democratic Society”

      (1947)

  • Frederick Dalzell

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Senior Consultant, Winthrop Group

    • Wisdom from the Robber Barons: Enduring Business Lessons from Rockefeller, Morgan and the First Industrialists, and George David Smith

      (2000)

    • Rising Tide: Lessons from 165 Years of Branding at Proctor & Gamble, and Davis Dyer, Rowena Olegario

      (2004)

    • Driving Change: The UPS Approach to Business

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “Taxation with Representation: Federal Revenue in the Early Republic”

      (1993)

  • David Brion Davis

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    ,

    Sterling Professor of History Emeritus, Yale University

    • Homicide in American Fiction

      (1957)

    • The Problem of Slavery in Western Culture

      (1966)

    • The Slave Power Conspiracy and the paranoid Style

      (1970)

    • The Fear of Conspiracy: Images of Un-American Subversion from the Revolution to the Present, ed.

      (1971)

    • Antebellum American Culture: An Interpretive Anthology, ed.

      (1979)

    • The Emancipation Moment

      (1983)

    • Slavery and Human Progress

      (1984)

    • From Homicide to Slavery: Studies in American Culture

      (1986)

    • Revolutions: Reflections on American Equality and Foreign Liberations

      (1990)

    • The Anti-Slavery Debate: Capitalism and Abolitionism as a Problem of Historical Interpretation, and John Ashworth, Thomas Haskell

      (1992)

    • The Boisterous Sea of Liberty: A Documentary History of America from Discovery through the Civil War, and Steven Mintz eds.

      (1998)

    • In the Image of God: Religion, Moral Values, and our Heritage of Slavery

      (2001)

    • Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery

      (2003)

    • Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “Attitudes Toward Homicide in American Fiction, 1798-1860. A Study in Intellectual History”

      (1956)

  • Miguel Alvar DeBaca

    (Ph.D. 2009)

    ,

    Kenneth and Harle Montgomeray Assistant Professor in the Humanities at Lake Forest College

    • publication 3196

    • Diss:

      “Memory Work: Anne Truitt and Sculpture in the 1960s”

      (2009)

  • Paul Deane

    (Ph.D. 1966)

    ,

    Writer

    • Mirrors of Culture: Children’s Fiction Series in the Twentieth Century

      (1991)

    • Diss:

      “Children’s Fiction in America Since 1900: A Study of Books in Series”

      (1966)

  • Christine Doyle Dee

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    • “Feel the Bonds That Draw:” Images of the Civil War at the Western Reserve Historical Society

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Land Worth Fighting For: Scioto County, Ohio and Madison County, Alabama during the American Civil War”

      (2002)

  • John Dixon

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    • Diss:

      “Found at Sea: Mapping Ships’ Locations on the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic”

      (2014)

  • Marc Dolan

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    ,

    Professor, John Jay College, CUNY

    • Modern Lives: A Cultural Re-reading of “The Lost Generation”

      (1996)

    • Bruce Springsteen and the Promise of Rock ‘n’ Roll

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “”True Stories” of “The Lost Generation”: An Exploration of Narrative Truth in the Memoirs of Hemingway, Cowley, and Fitzgerald”

      (1988)

  • Jessica Dorman

    (Ph.D. 1996)

    ,

    Director of Publications, Historic New Orleans Collection

    • Diss:

      “Deliver Me from This Muck-Rake”: The Literary Impulse behind Progressive Era Muckraking

      (1996)

  • Jonathan Dorn

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    • Diss:

      “Our Best Gospel Appliances”: Institutional Churches and the Emergence of Social Christianity in the South End of Boston, 1880-1920”

      (1994)

  • Richard Dorson

    (Ph.D. 1946)

    ,

    Professor of History and Folklore, Indiana University Died in 1981

    • Jonathan Draws the Long Bow

      (1946)

    • America Begins: Early American Writing

      (1950)

    • Bloodstoppers and Bearwalkers: Folk Traditions of the Upper Peninsula

      (1952)

    • American Rebels: Narratives of the Patriots

      (1953)

    • Negro Folktales in Michigan, ed.

      (1956)

    • American Folklore

      (1959)

    • Folk Legends of Japan

      (1961)

    • Folklore Research Around the World: A North American Point of View, ed.

      (1961)

    • Buying the Wind: Regional Folklore in the United States

      (1964)

    • American Negro Folktales, ed.

      (1967)

    • The British Folklorists: A History

      (1968)

    • Peasant Customs and Savage Myths: Selections from British Folklorists, ed.

      (1968)

    • American Folklore and the Historian

      (1971)

    • African Folklore

      (1972)

    • Folklore: Selected Essays

      (1972)

    • Folklore and Folklife: An Introduction

      (1972)

    • Folklore and Traditional History, ed.

      (1973)

    • America in Legend: Folklore from the Colonial Period to the Present

      (1973)

    • Folklore and Fakelore: Essays toward a Discipline of Folk Studies

      (1976)

    • Land of the Millrats

      (1981)

    • Man and Beast in American Comic Legend Bloomington

      (1982)

  • Holger Droessler

    (Ph.D. 2015)

    • Diss:

      “Islands of Labor: Community, Conflict, and Resistance in Colonial Samoa, 1889-1919”

      (2015)

  • John Dunbar

    (Ph.D. 1948)

    • The Paxton Papers, ed.

      (1957)

    • Diss:

      “The Reception of European Literary Nationalism in the United States: 1870-1900”

      (1948)

  • Laval Duncan

    (Ph.D. 1973)

    ,

    Professor of English, Wayne State University

    • Diss:

      “White Audiences, Black Artists: Paul Laurence Dunbar and the Context of Entrapment”

      (1973)

  • Erin Dwyer

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Visiting Assistant Professor of History

    • Diss:

      “Mastering Emotions: The Emotional Politics of Slavery”

      (2012)

  • James Early

    (Ph.D. 1957)

    • Romanticism and American Architecture

      (1965)

    • The Making of Go Down, Moses

      (1972)

    • The Colonial Architecture of Mexico

      (1994)

    • Presidio, Mission and Pueblo: Spanish Architecture and Urbanism in the United States

      (2004)

    • Diss:

      “Romantic Thought and Architecture in the United States”

      (1957)

  • Leonard Eaton

    (Ph.D. 1951)

    ,

    Emil Lorch Professor Emeritus of Architecture and Urban Planning Professor History of Art, Michigan University

    • New England Hospitals, 1790-1833

      (1957)

    • Landscape Artist in America: The Life and Work of Jens Jensen

      (1964)

    • Two Chicago Architects and their Clients

      (1969)

    • American Architecture Comes of Age: European Reaction to H.H. Richardson and Louis Sullivan

      (1972)

    • Houses and Money: The Domestic Clients of Benjamin Henry Latrobe

      (1988)

    • Gateway Cities and Other Essays

      (1989)

    • Hardy Cross: American Engineer

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “Hospital Development in New England, 1790-1833: A Study in Social and Cultural History”

      (1951)

  • Benjamin Edwards

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Senior VP, Barton-Gillet

    • The Life of William Grant Still

      (1987)

  • Keith Eiler

    (Ph.D. 1974)

    ,

    Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University Deceased, 2006

    • Wedemeyer on War and Peace, ed.

      (1987)

    • Mobilizing America: Robert P Patterson and the War Effort

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “The Constant Service: A Biography of Robert Patterson”

      (1974)

  • Craig Eisendrath

    (Ph.D. 1970)

    ,

    Chairman, Project for Nuclear Awareness

    • The Unifying Moment: The Psychological Philosophy of William James and Alfred North Whitehead

      (1971)

    • Out of Discontent

      (1972)

    • The Phantom Defense: America’s Pursuit of the Star Wars Illusion, with Melvin Goodman and Gerald Marsh

      (2001)

    • At War with Time: The Wisdom of Western Thought from the Sages of our Time

      (2003)

    • Bush League Diplomacy: How the Neoconservatives are Putting the World at Risk

      (2004)

    • To Enter Jerusalem

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “The Psychological Philosophy of William James and Alfred North Whitehead” (1970)

  • Richard Ekman

    (Ph.D. 1973)

    ,

    President, Council of Independent Colleges

    • Technology and Scholarly Communication, ed.

      (1999)

    • Diss:

      “Northern Religion and the Civil War”

      (1973)

  • Roy Fairfield

    (Ph.D. 1953)

    ,

    Professor of Political Science, Antioch College

    • Sands, Spindles and Steeples

      (1956)

    • The Federalist Papers, ed.

      (1966)

    • Humanizing the Workplace

      (1974)

    • Humanistic Frontiers in American Education, ed.

      (1977)

    • Person-Centered Graduate Education

      (1977)

    • New Compass Points: Twentieth-Century Saco

      (1988)

    • Amanda’s Cove: A Maine Coastal Tale

      (1989)

    • Of Lobstering and Love: Trials and Triumphs

      (1990)

    • Diss:

      “Saco, Maine, 1865-1900”

      (1953)

  • Robert Ferguson

    (Ph.D. 1974)

    ,

    Charles Edward Woodberry Professor, Columbia University

    • The Legal Mind in Early American Literature

      (1974)

    • Law and Letters in American Culture

      (1984)

    • The American Enlightenment

      (1997)

    • Reading the Early Republic

      (2004)

    • The Trial in American Life

      (2006)

    • Alone in America: The Stories that Matter

      (2013)

  • Jeffrey Brown Ferguson

    (Ph.D. 1998)

    ,

    Professor of Black Studies and American Studies, Amherst College

    • The Sage of Sugar Hill: George S. Schuyler and the Harlem Renaissance

      (2005)

    • The Harlem Renaissance: A Brief History with Documents

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “The Newest Negro: George Schuyler’s Intellectual Quest in the Nineteen Twenties and Beyond”

      (1988)

  • William Fisher

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    Hale and Dorr Professor of Intellectual Property Law, Harvard Law School

    • The Development of Modern American Legal Theory

      (1991)

    • Promises to Keep: Technology, Law and the Future of Entertainment

      (2004)

    • The Canon of American Legal Thought, and David Kennedy, eds.

      (2006)

  • Karen Flood

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Lecturer, Studies of Women, Gender and Sexuality, Harvard University

    • Diss:

      “Contemplating Corpses: The Dead Body in American Culture, 1870-1920″

      (2001)

  • Thelma Foote

    (Ph.D. 1991)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of California-Irvine

    • Black and White Manhattan: The History of Racial Formation in Colonial New York,

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      “Black Life in Colonial Manhattan, 1664-1786”

      (1991)

  • Camille Forbes

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    ,

    Professor of African American Literature and Culture, University of California-San Diego

    • Introducing Bert Williams: Burnt Cork, Broadway, and the story of America’s first black star

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “”Performed Fictions:” The Onstage and Offstage Lives of Bert Williams”

      (2002)

  • Marti Jaye Frank

    (Ph.D. 2008)

    • Diss:

      “Carrying the Mill: Steam, Waterpower and New England Textile Mills in the 19th Century”

      (2008)

  • George Fredrickson

    (Ph.D. 1964)

    ,

    Edgar E. Robinson Professor of U.S. History, Stanford University Deceased, 2008

    • The Inner Civil War: Northern Intellectuals and the War for the Union

      (1965)

    • William Lloyd Garrison, ed.

      (1968)

    • The Black Image in the White Mind: The Debate on Afro-American Character and Destiny, 1817-1914

      (1971)

    • A Nation Divided: Problems and Issues of the Civil War and Reconstruction, ed.

      (1975)

    • White Supremacy: A Comparative Study in American and South African History

      (1981)

    • The Arrogance of Race: Historical Perspectives on Slavery, Racism, and Social Inequality

      (1988)

    • Black Liberation: A Comparative History in the United States and South Africa

      (1995)

    • Why the Confederacy did not Fight a Guerilla War After the Fall of Richmond

      (1996)

    • The Comparative Imagination: On the History of Racism, Nationalism, and Social Movements

      (1997)

    • Racism: A Short History

      (2002)

    • Big Enough to Be Inconsistent: Abraham Lincoln Confronts Slavery and Race

      (2008)

    • Diverse Nations: Explorations in the History of Racial and Ethical Pluralism

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “The Inner Civil War: Northern Intellectuals and the War for the Union”

      (1964)

  • Altin Gavranovic

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Staff at an Australian non-profit

    • Diss:

      “Through the Looking Glass Darkly: Studies in the History of American Deviance”

      (2012)

  • Sara Gebhardt

    (Ph.D. 2010)

    ,

    Journalist & adjunct faculty, American University

    • Diss:

      “Like Me: Identity Immersion Journalism and the Dilemmas of the Self-Making”

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Like Me: Identity Immersion Journalism and the Dilemmas of Self-Making”

      (2010)

  • Scott Gelber

    (Ph.D. 2008)

    • The University and the People: Envisioning American Higher Education in an Era of Populist Protest

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Academic Populism: The People’s Revolt and Public Higher Education, 1880-1905”

      (2008)

  • Katharine Gerbner

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, University of Minnesota

    • Diss:

      “Christian Slavery: Protestant Missions and Slave Conversion in the Atlantic World, 1660-1760″

      (2013)

  • Barry Gewen

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    ,

    Editor, New York Times Review of Books

    • Diss:

      “The Intellectual Foundations of the Child Labor Reform Movement”

      (1988)

  • Corinne Gilb

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    ,

    Professor Emeritus, Wayne State University, First Director of Berkeley’s Regional Culture History Project. Deceased, 2003.

    • Hidden Hierarchies: The Professions and Government

      (1966)

    • Einar Mohn, Teamster Leader: An Oral History

      (1970)

    • Toward Holistic History: The Odyssey of the Interdisciplinary Historian

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “Self-Regulating Professions and the Public Welfare: A Case Study of the California State Bar”

      (1956)

  • Michael Gilmore

    (Ph.D. 1973)

    ,

    Professor Emeritus of English, Brandeis University

    • Twentieth-Century Interpretations of Moby-Dick: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed.

      (1977)

    • The Middle Way: Puritanism and Ideology in American Romantic Fiction

      (1977)

    • American Romanticism and the Marketplace

      (1985)

    • Rethinking Class: Literary Studies and Social Formations, and Wai Chee Dimock, eds., (Columbia

      (1994)

    • Differences in the Dark: American Movies and English Theatre

      (1998)

    • Surface and Depth: The Quest for Legibility in American Culture

      (2003)

    • The War on Words: Slavery, Race and Free Speech in American Literature

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “The Middle Way: Puritanism and Ideology in American Literature”

      (1973)

  • David Gollaher

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    CEO, California Healthcare Institute

    • Voice for the Mad: The Life of Dorothea Dix

      (1995)

    • Circumcision: A History of the World’s Most Controversial Surgery

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “Dorothea Lynde Dix and the Frontiers of Madness in America”

      (1992)

  • Jennifer Goloboy

    (Ph.D. 2003)

    ,

    Independent Scholar, Literary Agent

    • Charleston and the Emergence of Middle-Class Culture in the Revolutionary Era

      (2016)

    • Industrial Revolution: People and Perspectives, ed.

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “’Success to Trade’: Charleston’s Merchants in the Revolutionary Era”

      (2003)

  • Brian Goodman

    (Ph.D. 2016)

    ,

    Assistant Professor

    • Diss:

      “Cold War Bohemia: Literary Exchange between the United States and Czechoslovakia, 1947-1989″

  • Arnold Gordenstein

    (Ph.D. 1968)

    ,

    Professor, Rio de Janeiro University

    • A Small, Perfect Place

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      Washington Allston and the Psychology of Federalism

      (1968)

  • Leyla Goren

    (Ph.D. 1963)

    • Elements of Brahmanism in the Transcendentalism of Emerson

      (1977)

    • Diss:

      “William Faulkner: International Novelist”

      (1963)

  • Natalie Grow

    (Ph.D. 1977)

    • Diss:

      “The `Boston-Type Open-End Fund’–Development of a National Financial Institution: 1924-1940”

      (1977)

  • Philip Gura

    (Ph.D. 1977)

    ,

    Distinguished Professor of American Literature and Culture, University of North Carolina

    • The Wisdom of Words: Language, Theology, and Literature in the New England Renaissance

      (1981)

    • Critical Essays on American Transcendentalism, and Joel Myerson, eds.

      (1982)

    • A Glimpse of Sion’s Glory: Puritan Radicalism in New England, 1620-1660

      (1984)

    • The Crossroads of American History and Literature

      (1996)

    • America’s Instrument: The Banjo in the Nineteenth Century

      (1999)

    • CF Martin & his Guitars

      (2003)

    • Jonathan Edwards: America’s Evangelical

      (2005)

    • American Transcendentalism: A History

      (2007)

    • The American Antiquarian Society, 1812-2012

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “The Philosophy of Language: The Dialogue in Transcendentalist Circles, 1820-1854 “

      (1977)

  • Jack Hamilton

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    • Diss:

      “Rubber Souls: Rock and Roll and the Racial Imagination”

      (2013)

  • Mark Hanna

    (Ph.D. 2006)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of California-San Diego

    • Pirate Nests and the Rise of the British Empire, 1570-1740

      (2015)

  • Gordon Harrison

    (Ph.D. 1950)

    ,

    Journalist, Writer

    • Cross-Channel Attack

      (1951)

    • Road to the Right: The Tradition and Hope of American Conservatism

      (1954)

    • Earth-keeping: The War with Nature and a Proposal for Peace

      (1971)

    • Mosquitoes, Malaria, and Man

      (1978)

    • Diss:

      “Cross-Channel Attack”

      (1950)

  • Heather Hathaway

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Professor of English, Marquette University

    • Caribbean Waves: Relocating Claude McKay and Paule Marshall (Blacks in the Diaspora)

      (1999)

    • Race and the Modern Artist, and Josef Jarab, Jeffrey Melnick eds.

      (2003)

    • Conversations with Paule Marshall, and James Hall, eds.

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Cultural Crossings: Migration, Generation, and Gender in Writings by Claude McKay and Paule Marshall”

      (1993)

  • Aaron Hatley

    (Ph.D. 2015)

    ,

    UX Researcher

    • Diss:

      “Tin Lizzie Dreams: Henry Ford and Antimodern American Culture, 1919-1942”

      (2015)

  • William Hedges

    (Ph.D. 1954)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies and English, Gouher College, Deceased 2005

    • Washington Irving: An American Study, 1802-1832

      (1965)

    • Land and Imagination: the Rural Dream in America, and Elaine Hedges, eds.

      (1980)

    • Diss:

      “The Fiction of History: Washington Irving Against a Romantic Tradition”

      (1954)

  • Alan Heimert

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Powell M. Cabot Professor of American Literature, Harvard University. Deceased, 1999

    • A Nation So Conceived: Reflections on the History of America from its Earliest Visions to its Present Power, with Rheinhold Niebuhr

      (1963)

    • The Great Awakening: Documents Illustrating the Religion and the American Mind, and Perry Miller, eds.

      (1966)

    • The Puritans: A Narrative Anthology, and Andrew Delbanco, eds.

      (1985)

    • Moby-Dick and American Political Symbolism

      (1991)

    • Diss:

      “American Oratory: From the Great Awakening to the Election of Jefferson”

      (1960)

  • Jurgen Hersbt

    (Ph.D. 1958)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Madison

    • The German Historical School in American Scholarship

      (1965)

    • The History of American Education

      (1973)

    • From Crisis to Crisis: American College Government, 1636-1819

      (1982)

    • And Sadly Teach: Teacher Education and Professionalization in American Culture

      (1989)

    • The Once and Future School: Three Hundred and Fifty Years of American Secondary Education

      (1996)

    • Requiem for a German Past: A Boyhood Among Nazis

      (1999)

    • School Choice and School Governance

      (2006)

    • Women Pioneers of Public Education: How Culture Came to the Wild West

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Nineteenth-Century German Scholarship in America: A Study of Five German-Trained Social Scientists”

      (1958)

  • John Higgins

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor, California State University

    • Diss:

      The Young John Fiske: 1842-1874

      (1960)

  • Patricia Hill

    (Ph.D. 1974)

    ,

    Professor of History, Wesleyan University

    • Confusion and Hope: Clergy, Laity, and the Church in Transition, and Glenn Bucher, eds.

      (1974)

    • The World Their Household: The American Woman’s Foreign Mission Movement and Cultural Transformation, 1870-1920

      (1984)

    • Diss:

      “One Unbroken Household: The Definition and Embodiment of a Rhetoric of Mission Among Protestant Women in America, 1870-1917”

      (1981)

  • Codman Hislop

    (Ph.D. 1953)

    ,

    Professor of American Civilization, Union College. Deceased, 1995.

    • The Mohawk

      (1948)

    • Eliphalet Nott

      (1971)

    • Diss:

      “Eliphalet Nott: The Formative Years, 1773-1804 “

      (1953)

  • Brian Hochman

    (Ph.D. 2011)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of English, Georgetown University

    • Diss:

      “Savage Presentation: Race, Culture and the Making of Modern Media”

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Savage Preservation: Race, Culture, and the Making of Modern Media”

      (2011)

  • John Hoffman,

    (Ph.D. 1972)

    • Diss:

      “Commonwealth College: The Governance of Harvard in the Puritan Period”

      (1972)

  • Laurence Holland

    (Ph.D. 1964)

    • The Literary Heritage of New Jersey

      (1964)

    • The Expense of Vision: Essays on the Craft of Henry James

      (1964)

    • Who Designs America? Ed.

      (1966)

  • Steven Holmes

    (Ph.D. 1996)

    • Young John Muir: An Environmental Biography

      (1999)

    • Diss:

      “”Blessed Home”: Nature, Religion, Science, and Human Relationship in the Early Life of John Muir”

      (1996)

  • Caitlin Hopkins

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    • Diss:

      “The Shadow of Change: Politics and Memory in New England’s Historic Burying Grounds, 1630-1776.”

      (2014)

  • James Howard

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    • Diss:

      “An Economic and Social History of Dallas, Texas”

      (1956)

  • Hua Hsu

    (Ph.D. 2008)

    ,

    Associate Professor English at Vassar College

    • Diss:

      “Pacific Crossings: China, the United States, and the Transpacific Imagination”

      (2008)

  • Daniel Hulseboch

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Charles Seligson Professor of Law, New York University

    • Constituting Empire: New York and the Transformation of Constitutionalism in the Atlantic World

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “Constituting Empire: Constitutional Ideas and Practices in New York, 1664-1830”

      (1999)

  • Joseph Gordon Hylton

    (Ph.D. 1986)

    ,

    Professor of Law, University of Virginia

    • The Virginia Lawyer from Reconstruction to the Great Depression

      (1988)

    • Diss:

      “The Virginia Lawyer from Reconstruction to the Great Depression”

      (1986)

  • Diana Hyman

    (Ph.D. 2003)

    • Diss:

      “Defenses of Solitude: Justice Douglas, the Right to Privacy, and the Preservation of the American Wilderness”

      (2003)

  • Noel Ignatiev

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    ,

    Professor of History, Massachusetts College of Art

    • Which Side are you on?

    • “How the Irish Became White”

      (1994)

    • Race Traitor, and John Garvey, eds.

      (1996)

    • Diss:

      How the Irish Became White

      (1995)

  • James Ivy

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Professor of English, Trinity University

    • Diss:

      “Long-Haired Men and Short-Haired Women: The Southern Strategy of Texas Prohibitionists in the 1880s”

      (1999)

  • Frederic Jaher

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    ,

    Professor Emeritus of History, Illinous-Urbana Champaign

    • Doubters and Dissenters: Cataclysmic Thought in America, 1885-1918

      (1964)

    • The Age of Industrialism in America: Essays on Social Structure and Cultural Values, ed.

      (1968)

    • The Aliens: A History of Ethnic Minorities in America, and Leonard Dinnerstein, eds.

      (1970)

    • The Rich, the Well-Born, and the Powerful: Elites and Upper Classes in History , ed.

      (1973)

    • Uncertain Americans: Readings in Ethnic History, and Leonard Dinnerstein, eds.

      (1977)

    • The Urban Establishment: Upper Strata in Boston

      (1982)

    • A Scapegoat in the New Wilderness: The Origins and Rise of Anti-Semitism in America

      (1994)

    • The Jews and the Nation

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “Doubters and Dissenters: A Study of Cataclysmic Thought in America, 1885-1918”

      (1961)

  • Paul Jefferson

    (Ph.D. 1976)

    ,

    Professor of History, Haverford College

    • Diss:

      “Pragmatism and the Logic of Meaning”

      (1976)

  • Robert Jerret

    (Ph.D. 1974)

    • Public Works, Government Spending, and Job Creation: The Job Opportunities Program, with Thomas Barocci

      (1979)

    • Diss:

      “Frederick Law Olmsted: Landscape Planner for a Civilized Democracy”

      (1974)

  • Richard Joffe

    (Ph.D. 1984)

    ,

    Of Counsel, Labaton Sucharow LLP

    • Diss:

      “Modern Experience as Developed in American Fiction of the Inter-War Period”

      (1984)

  • Richard John

    (Ph.D. 1989)

    ,

    Professor of Journalism, Columbia University

    • Managing Big Business, and Richard Tedlow, eds.

      (1986)

    • Spreading the News: The American Postal System from Franklin to Morse

      (1995)

    • Ruling Passions: Political Economy in Nineteenth century America, ed.

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “Managing the Mails: The Postal System, Public Policy, and American Political Culture, 1823-1836”

      (1989)

  • Robert Johnstone

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    • Diss:

      “The American Literature Test: National Literary History and the Cipher of America”

      (1993)

  • Jamie Jones

    (Ph.D. 2011)

    ,

    Assistant Professor in English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    • American Whaling in Culture and Memory

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “American Whaling in Culture, and Memory 1820-1930”

      (2011)

  • Richard Judd

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of Maine

    • The New Deal in Vermont: Its Impact and Aftermath

      (1979)

    • Common Lands, Common People: The Origins of Conservation in Northern New England

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “A History of the New Deal in Vermont”

      (1960)

  • Neil Jumonville

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    William Warren Rogers Professor of History, Florida State University

    • Critical Crossings: The New York Intellectuals in Postwar America

      (1991)

    • Henry Steele Commager: Midcentury Liberalism and the History of the Present

      (1999)

    • The New York Intellectuals Reader, ed.

      (2007)

    • Liberalism for a New Century: and Kevin Mattson, eds.

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “The Gray Dawn: The New York Intellectuals and the Function of Criticism”

      (1987)

  • Judy KERTESZ

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, North Carolina State University

    • “Skeletons in the American Attic: Curiosity, Science and the Appropriation of the American Indian Past”

      (2012)

  • Hillary Kaell

    (Ph.D. 2010)

    ,

    Associate Professor of Religions and Cultures, Concordia University

    • Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christians and Holy Land Pilgrimage

      (2014)

    • Diss:

      “Walking Where Jesus Walked: American Christian Holy Pilgrimages in the Post-war Period”

      (2010)

  • Alan Kantrow

    (Ph.D. 1979)

    ,

    Professor of Management; Director, Infrastructure, Moscow School of Management Skolkovo

    • Industrial Renaissance: Producing a Competitive Future for America, and William Abernathy, Kim Clark

      (1983)

    • Survival Strategies for American Industry, ed.

      (1983)

    • Sunrise-Sunset: Challenging the Myth of Industrial Obsolescence, ed.

      (1985)

    • The Constraints of Corporate Tradition: Doing the Correct Thing, Not Just What the Past Dictates

      (1987)

    • Diss:

      “Jacob’s Ladder: Anglican Traditionalism in the New England Mind”

      (1979)

  • Sidney Kaplan

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Stirling Professor of History & Social Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

    • Selling Joseph: A Memorial, ed.

      (1968)

    • Black and White in American Culture: An Anthology from The Massachusetts Review

      (1969)

    • The Black Presence in the Era of the American Revolution, 1770-1800 with Jules Chametzky

      (1973)

    • American Studies in Black and White: Selected Essays, 1949-1989

      (1991)

    • Diss:

      “Herman Melville and the American National Sin”

      (1960)

  • Barry Karl

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of Chicago. Deceased, 2010.

    • Executive Reorganization and Reform in the New Deal: The Genesis of Administrative Management

      (1963)

    • Charles E. Merriam and the Study of Politics

      (1974)

    • The Uneasy State: The United States from 1915 to 1945

      (1983)

    • Diss:

      “Twentieth Century Concepts in Public Administration: Merriam, Brownlow, and Gulick”

      (1961)

  • Seymour Katz

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    • Diss:

      The Unitarian Ministers of Boston, 1790-1860”

      (1961)

  • Alexander Keyssar

    (Ph.D. 1969)

    ,

    Stirling Professor of History & Social Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government

    • Melville’s Israel Potter, reflections on the American Dream

      (1969)

    • Out of Work: The First Century of Unemployment in Massachusetts

      (1986)

    • The Right to Vote: The Contested History of Democracy in the United States

      (2000)

    • The Way of the Ship: America’s Maritime History re-envisioned, with Alex Roland and Jefferey Bolster

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Men Out of Work: A Social History of Unemployment in Massachusetts, 1870-1916”

      (1977)

  • Uchang Kim

    (Ph.D. 1975)

    • Diss:

      “Poetry, Politics, and Culture: A Study of the Poetry of Wallace Stevens”

      (1975)

  • Micahel Kimmage

    (Ph.D. 2004)

    ,

    Professor, Catholic University of America

    • The Conservative Turn: Lionel Trilling, Whittaker Chambers, and the Lessons of Anti-Communism

      (2009)

    • In History’s Grip: Philip Roth’s Newark Trilogy

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “The Conservative Turn: Lionel Trilling, Whittaker Chambers, and the Lessons of Anti-Stalinism”

      (2004)

  • Herbert Kleinfield

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    ,

    Professor of English and American Studies

    • The Letters of Washington Irving, Ralph Aderman, and Jenifer Banks, eds.

      (1978)

    • The Diaries, 1871-1882, of Samuel P. Avery, Art Dealer

      (1979)

    • Diss:

      “The Theatrical Career of David Belasco”

      (1956)

  • Janice Knight

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    ,

    Professor of English and Literature, University of Chicago

    • Orthodoxies in Massachusetts: Rereading American Puritanism

      (1994)

    • Diss:

      “A Garden Enclosed: The Tradition of Heart Piety in Puritan New England”

      (1988)

  • Ernest Kurtz

    (Ph.D. 1978)

    ,

    School of Information, University of Michigan

    • Not-God: A History of Alcoholics’ Anonymous

      (1979)

    • Shame and Guilt: Characteristics of the Dependency Cycle

      (1981)

    • A.A.: The Story

      (1988)

    • The Spirituality of Imperfection

      (1992)

    • The Collected Ernie Kurtz

      (1999)

    • Diss:

      “Not-God: A History of Alcoholics’ Anonymous”

      (1978)

  • Pete L'Official

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of Literature, Bard College

    • Diss:

      “Urban Legends: The South Bronx in Representation and Ruin”

      (2014)

  • Robert Paul Lamb

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    ,

    Professor of English, Purdue University

    • A Companion to American Fiction, 1865-1914, and G.R. Thompson, eds.

      (2005)

    • Art Matters: Hemingway, Craft, and The Creation of the Modern Short Story

      (2010)

    • The Hemingway Short Story: A Study in Craft for Writers and Readers

      (2013)

    • Diss:

      “Hemingway and the Short Story: A Study in Craft”

      (1988)

  • Sterling Lanier

    (Ph.D. 1955)

    ,

    Science fiction author and sculptor; deceased 2007

    • Diss:

      “The Moral, Social, and Political Theories of James Fenimore Cooper”

      (1955)

  • Rebecca D. Larson

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Author, filmmaker

    • Daughters of Light: Quaker Women Preaching and Prophesying in the Colonies and Abroad, 1700-1775

      (1999)

    • Diss:

      “‘Public Friends’: Quaker Women Travelling Ministers, 1700-1775”

      (1993)

  • James Leiby

    (Ph.D. 1954)

    ,

    Professor of Social Welfare Emeritus, UC Berkeley; deceased 2012

    • Carroll Wright and Labor Reform: The Origin of Labor Statistics

      (1960)

    • Charity and Correction in New Jersey: A History of State Welfare Institutions

      (1967)

    • A History of Social Welfare and Social Work in the United States

      (1978)

    • Diss:

      “Statistics and the Labor Problem: A Biography of Carroll D. Wright”

      (1954)

  • Mary Ellen Lennon

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, Marian University

    • Diss:

      “Creating Coalitions: ‘Outside Agitators’ and the Harlan County Coal Strike, 1931-32”

      (2002)

  • Neil Leonard, Jr.

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, University of Pennsylvania; deceased 2012

    • Jazz and the White Americans: The Acceptance of a New Art Form

      (1962)

    • Jazz: Myth and Religion

      (1987)

    • Diss:

      “The Acceptance of Jazz by Whites in the United States, 1918-1942”

      (1960)

  • Jacob C. Levenson

    (Ph.D. 1951)

    ,

    Edgar Allan Poe Professor of English Emeritus, University of Virginia

    • The Mind and Art of Henry Adams

      (1957)

    • Discussions of Hamlet

      (1966)

    • Stephen Crane: Prose and Poetry, ed.

      (1984)

    • The Letters of Henry Adams, ed.

      (1982)

    • Supplement to the Letters of Henry Adams, ed.

      (1989)

    • Concise Anthology of American Literature, et al., eds.

      (1997)

    • Anthology of American Literature, Volume II: Realism to the Present, et al., eds.

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “Henry Adams: The Historian as Artist”

      (1951)

  • David Leviatin

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    ,

    Director of Boxed Heart Timber Frame

    • Followers of the Trail: Jewish Working-Class Radicals in America

      (1989)

    • Prague Sprung: Notes and Voices from the New World

      (1993)

    • Jacob Riis, How the Other Half Lives, ed.

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “The Followers of the Trail”

      (1988)

  • Gordon N. Levin

    (Ph.D. 1967)

    ,

    Dwight Morrow Professor of History and American Studies, Amherst College

    • Woodrow Wilson and World Politics: America’s Response to War and Revolution

      (1968)

    • Diss:

      “The Response of Wilsonian Liberalism to War and Revolution, 1914-1919”

      (1967)

  • David Levin

    (Ph.D. 1954)

    ,

    Thomas Jefferson Professor of Arts and Sciences Emeritus, University of Virginia; deceased 1998

    • History as Romantic Art: Bancroft, Prescott, Motley, and Parkman

      (1959)

    • In Defense of Historical Literature

      (1967)

    • Cotton Mather: The Young Life of the Lord’s Remembrancer: l663-l703

      (1978)

    • Francis Parkman, The Oregon Trail, ed.

      (1982)

    • Exemplary Elders

      (1990)

    • Forms of Uncertainty: Essays in Historical Criticism

      (1992)

    • Diss:

      “Literary and Moral Attitudes in Bancroft, Prescott, Motley, and Parkman”

      (1954)

  • Stephanie W. Levine

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    Lecturer, Department of English, Tufts University

    • Mystics, Mavericks, and Merrymakers: An Intimate Journey Among Hasidic Girls

      (2004)

    • Diss:

      “Mystics, Mavericks, and Merrymakers: The Inner Worlds and Daily Lives of Hasidic Adolescent Girls”

      (2000)

  • Paul R. Levine

    (Ph.D. 1967)

    ,

    Lecturer, Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies, University of Copenhagen

    • E.L. Doctorow

      (1985)

    • America Since 1945: The American Moment

      (1992)

    • Americanikes taftotites: i logotechniki taftotia ton HPA (American Identities: A Literary History of the USA), with Theodora Tsimbouki

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “The Intemperate Zone: The Climate of Contemporary American Fiction”

      (1967)

  • David O. Levine

    (Ph.D. 1981)

    ,

    President, Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles

    • The American College and the Culture of Aspiration, 1915-1940

      (1986)

    • Diss:

      “The Functions of Higher Education in American Society Between World War I and World War II”

  • Blanche M.G. Linden

    (Ph.D. 1981)

    ,

    Independent scholar and writer

    • Silent City on a Hill: Landscapes of Memory and Boston’s Mount Auburn Cemetery

      (1989)

    • American Women in the 1960s: Changing the Future, with Carol Hurd Green

      (1993)

    • Spring Grove: Celebrating 150 Years

      (1995)

    • Diss:

      “Death and the Garden: The Cult of the Melancholy and the ‘Rural’ Cemetery”

      (1981)

  • Sylvia Chace Lintner

    (Ph.D. 1946)

    • “A Social History of Fall River, 1859-1879”

      (1946)

    • Mill Architecture in Fall River, 1865-1880

      (1948)

  • Anna Lvovsky

    (Ph.D. 2015)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of Law, Harvard Law School

    • Diss:

      “Queer Expertise: Urban Policing and the Construction of Public Knowledge about Homosexuality, 1920-1970”

      (2015)

  • John Lydenberg

    (Ph.D. 1946)

    ,

    Professor of English and American Studies, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; deceased 1987

    • Henry Adams and Lincoln Steffens

      (1949)

    • Dreiser: A Collection of Critical Essays

      (1971)

    • Diss:

      “Pre-Muckraking: A Study of Attitudes Toward Politics as Revealed in American Fiction From 1870 Through 1901”

      (1946)

  • Kenneth S. Lynn

    (Ph.D. 1954)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, The Johns Hopkins University; Professor; Chair of History of American Civilization, Harvard University (1954-1968); deceased 2001

    • The Dream of Success: A Study of the Modern American Imagination

      (1955)

    • Who Killed Cock Robin? A Farce in Two Acts

      (1955)

    • The Comic Tradition in America

      (1958)

    • Mark Twain and Southwestern Humor

      (1959)

    • William Dean Howells: An American Life

      (1971)

    • Visions of America: Eleven Literary Historical Essays

      (1973)

    • A Divided People

      (1977)

    • The Air-Line to Seattle: Studies in Literary and Historical Writing About America

      (1983)

    • Hemingway

      (1987)

    • Charlie Chaplin and His Times

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “The Theme of Success in American Fiction, 1897-1925”

      (1954)

  • Isabelle MacGregor-Carroll

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    • Diss:

      “The Social and Historical Background of American Maritime Literature, 1780-1830”

      (1960)

  • Noam Maggor

    (Ph.D. 2010)

    ,

    Postdoctoral Associate in History, Cornell University

    • Diss:

      “Politics of Property: Urban Democracy in the Age of Capital, Boston 1865-1900”

      (2010)

  • Theodore R. Marmor

    (Ph.D. 1966)

    ,

    Professor of Political Science Emeritus and Professor of Public Policy and Management Emeritus, Yale University School of Management

    • The Politics of Medicare

      (1970)

    • Poverty Policy: A Compendium of Cash Transfer Proposals, ed.

      (1971)

    • The Cost of Living Longer: National Health Insurance and the Elderly, et al., eds.

      (1982)

    • Health Care: A Political Economy Approach, with Jon B. Christianson

      (1982)

    • Political Analysis and American Medical Care: Essays

      (1983)

    • Social Security: Beyond the Rhetoric of Crisis, with Jerry L. Mashaw, eds.

      (1988)

    • The Career of John C. Calhoun: Politician, Social Critic, Political Philosopher

      (1988)

    • America’s Misunderstood Welfare State: Persistent Myths, Enduring Realities, with Jerry Mashaw and Philip Harvey

      (1990)

    • Understanding Health Care Reform

      (1994)

    • Fads, Fallacies and Foolishness in Medical Care Management and Policy

      (2007)

    • Comparative Studies and the Politics of Modern Medical Care, with Richard Freeman and Kieke G.H. Okma

      (2009)

    • Politics, Health, and Health Care: Selected Essays, with Rudolf Klein

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “The Career of John C. Calhoun: Politician, Social Critic, Political Philosopher”

      (1966)

  • Jessica Marshall

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    ,

    Producer, Go Wild in New York City; Partner, Eye Candy Books

    • Diss:

      “‘Counsels of Despair’: W.E.B. Du Bois, Robert E. Park, and the Establishment of American Race Sociology”

      (1994)

  • Paul Alan Marx

    (Ph.D. 1983)

    ,

    Urbanologist; deceased 1989

    • Diss:

      “This is the City: An Examination of Changing Attitudes Toward New York as Reflected in its Guidebook Literature, 1807-1960”

      (1983)

  • Leo Marx

    (Ph.D. 1950)

    ,

    Senior Lecturer, Kenan Professor of American Cultural History Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    • The Americanness of Walt Whitman

      (1960)

    • The Machine in the Garden: Technology and the Pastoral Ideal in America

      (1964)

    • The Pilot and the Passenger: Essays on Literature, Technology, and Culture in the United States

      (1988)

    • Does Technology Drive History? The Dilemma of Technological Determinism, with Merritt Roe Smith, eds.

      (1994)

    • Progress: Fact or Illusion?, with Bruce Mazlish, eds.

      (1996)

    • Anthology of American Literature, Volume II: Realism to the Present, et al., eds.

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “Hawthorne and Emerson: Studies in the Impact of the Machine Technology Upon the American Writer”

      (1950)

  • George Mayberry

    (Ph.D. 1942)

    • A Little Treasury of American Prose; The Major Writers from Colonial Times to the Present Day

      (1949)

    • A Concise Dictionary of Abbreviations

      (1961)

    • Diss:

      “Industrialism and the Industrial Worker in the American Novel, 1814-1890”

      (1942)

  • Eve Mayer

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    ,

    Editor

    • Diss:

      “Troublesome Children: Mormon Families, Race, and United States Westward Expansion, 1848-1893”

      (2013)

  • Brian McCammack

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies

    • Diss:

      “Recovering Green in Bronzeville: An Environmental and Cultural History of the African American Great Migration to Chicago, 1915-1940”

      (2012)

  • George McCandlish

    (Ph.D. 1963)

    ,

    Professor of English, George Washington University, deceased 1975

    • Diss:

      “Annotations for a New Edition with a Definitive Text of Cotton Mather’s Magnalia Christi Americana, Books I and II”

      (1963)

  • Alexis M. McCrossen

    (Ph.D. 1995)

    ,

    Associate Professor of History, Southern Methodist University

    • Holy Day, Holiday: The American Sunday

      (2000)

    • Land of Necessity: Consumer Culture in the United States-Mexico Borderlands, ed.

      (2009)

    • Marking Modern Times: A History of Clocks, Watches, and Other Timekeepers in American Life

      (2013)

    • Diss:

      “Holy Day, Holiday: The Rejuvenation of the American Sunday, 1860-1930”

      (1995)

  • Theresa McCulla

    (Ph.D. 2017)

    ,

    "Consumable City: Race, Ethnicity, and Food in Modern New Orleans”

    • Diss:

      “Making a Place at the Table: Ethnicity, Authenticity, and Taste in New Orleans, 1875-1975” (in progress)

  • Charles F. McGovern

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Associate Professor of American Studies and History, College of William and Mary

    • Getting and Spending: Twentieth Century European and American Consumer Societies, et al., eds.

      (1998)

    • Sold American: Consumption and Citizenship, 1890-1945

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “Sold American: Inventing the Consumer, 1890-1940”

      (1993)

  • Timothy McGrath

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    ,

    Digital Editor, Public Radio International

    • Diss:

      “Behaving Like Animals: Human Cruelty, Animal Suffering, and American Culture, 1900-present”

      (2013)

  • Elizabeth McKinsey

    (Ph.D. 1976)

    ,

    Professor of English and American Studies, Carleton College

    • The Western Experiment: New England Transcendentalists in the Ohio Valley

      (1973)

    • Niagara: Two Centuries of Changing Attitudes, 1697-1901, et al.

      (1985)

    • Niagara Falls: Icon of the American Sublime

      (1985)

    • Diss:

      “The Sublime in America: Niagara Falls as a National Icon, 1800-1860”

      (1976)

  • Charles McLaughlin

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, American University; deceased 2005

    • Frederick Law Olmsted, The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, ed.

      (1977)

    • Frederick Law Olmsted, The Formative Years, 1822 to 1852, ed.

      (1977)

    • Frederick Law Olmsted, Slavery and the South, 1852-1857, et al., eds.

      (1981)

    • Diss:

      “The Selected Letters of Frederick Law Olmsted”

      (1960)

  • Albert F. McLean

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Former Vice President and Academic Dean, Point Park College

    • William Cullen Bryant

      (1964)

    • American Vaudeville as Ritual

      (1965)

    • Point Park College, The First 25 Years: An Oral History, with Thorn Lieb

      (1985)

    • Diss:

      “Pilgrims and Palaces: The Meaning of American Vaudeville”

      (1960)

  • William McLoughlin

    (Ph.D. 1953)

    ,

    Professor of History and Religion Emeritus, Brown University; deceased 1993

    • Billy Sunday Was His Real Name

      (1955)

    • Modern Revivalism: Charles Grandison Finney to Billy Graham (Ronald Press, 1959)

      (1959)

    • Billy Graham: Revivalist in a Secular Age

      (1960)

    • Isaac Backus and the American Pietistic Tradition

      (1967)

    • The Meaning of Henry Ward Beecher: An Essay on the Shifting Values of Mid-Victorian America, 1840-1870

      (1970)

    • New England Dissent, 1630-1833: The Baptists and the Separation of Church and State

      (1971)

    • Revivals, Awakenings, and Reform: An Essay on Religion and Social Change in America, 1607-1977

      (1978)

    • Rhode Island: A Bicentennial History

      (1978)

    • Cherokees and Missionaries, 1789-1839

      (1984)

    • The Cherokee Ghost Dance: Essays on the Southeastern Indians, 1789-1861, with Walter Conser, Jr., and Virginia Duffy McLaughlin

      (1984)

    • Cherokee Renascence in the New Republic

      (1986)

    • Rhode Island, a History

      (1986)

    • Champions of the Cherokees: Evan and John B. Jones

      (1990)

    • Soul Liberty: The Baptists’ Struggle in New England, 1630-1833

      (1991)

    • After the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees’ Struggle for Sovereignty, 1839-1880

      (1993)

    • Cherokees and Christianity, 1794-1870: Essays on Acculturation and Cultural Persistence

      (1994)

    • Diss:

      “Professional Evangelism: The Social Significance of Religious Revivals Since 1865”

      (1953)

  • Jeffrey P. Melnick

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    ,

    Associate Professor of American Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

    • A Right to Sing the Blues: African Americans, Jews, and American Popular Song

      (1999)

    • Black-Jewish Relations on Trial: Leo Frank and Jim Conley in the New South

      (2000)

    • Immigration and American Popular Culture, with Rachel Rubin

      (2006)

    • 9/11 Culture: America Under Construction

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “Ancestors and Relatives: The Uncanny Relationship of African Americans and Jews”

      (1994)

  • Timothy A. Milford

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Associate Professor of History, St. John’s University

    • The Gardiners of Massachusetts: Provincial Ambition and the British-American Career

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “Advantage: The Gardiners and Anglo-America, 1750-1820”

      (1999)

  • Dan B. Miller

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Head of School, the Wheeler School

    • Erskine Caldwell: The Journey from Tobacco Road

      (1994)

    • Diss:

      “Tracing Tobacco Road: A Life of Erskine Caldwell”

      (1993)

  • Robert Mitchell

    (Ph.D. 1951)

    ,

    Former Professor of English, Duquesne University

    • Diss:

      “American Life as Reflected in the Atlantic Monthly, 1857-1881”

      (1951)

  • Susan D. Moeller

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Professor of Media and International Affairs, Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland

    • Shooting War: Photography and the American Experience of Combat

      (1989)

    • Compassion Fatigue: How the Media Sell Disease, Famine, War and Death

      (1999)

    • Packaging Terrorism: Co-opting the News for Politics and Profit

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “Shooting War: Photography and the American Experience of Combat”

      (1987)

  • John E.V.C. Moon

    (Ph.D. 1968)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, Fitchburg State University

    • Confines of Concept: American Strategy in World War II

      (1988)

    • Biological and Toxin Weapons: Research, Development and Use from the Middle Ages to 1945, with Erhard Geissler, eds.

      (1999)

    • Diss:

      “Confines of Concept: American Strategy in World War II”

      (1968)

  • Edmund S. Morgan

    (Ph.D. 1942)

    ,

    Sterling Professor of History Emeritus, Yale University

    • The Puritan Family: Essays on Religion and Domestic Relations in Seventeenth-Century New England

      (1944)

    • Virginians at Home: Family Life in the Eighteenth Century

      (1952)

    • The Stamp Act Crisis: Prologue to Revolution, with Helen M. Morgan

      (1953)

    • The Birth of the Republic, 1763-89

      (1956)

    • The Puritan Dilemma: The Story of John Winthrop

      (1958)

    • The American Revolution: A Review of Changing Interpretations

      (1958)

    • The Mirror of the Indian: An Exhibition of Books and Other Source Materials by Spanish, French, and English Historians and Colonists of North America from the 16th Throughout the 18th Century

      (1958)

    • The Gentle Puritan: A Life of Ezra Stiles, 1727-1795

      (1962)

    • The National Experience: A History of the United States, et al.

      (1963)

    • Visible Saints: The History of a Puritan Idea

      (1963)

    • The Diary of Michael Wigglesworth, 1653-1657: The Conscience of a Puritan

      (1965)

    • Roger Williams: The Church and the State

      (1967)

    • So What About History?

      (1969)

    • American Slavery, American Freedom: The Ordeal of Colonial Virginia

      (1975)

    • The Meaning of Independence: John Adams, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson

      (1976)

    • The Genius of George Washington

      (1980)

    • Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignty in England and America

      (1988)

    • Benjamin Franklin

      (2002)

    • The Genuine Article: A Historian Looks at Early America

      (2004)

    • American Heroes: Profiles of Men and Women Who Shaped Early America

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “Religion and the Family in Seventeenth-Century New England”

      (1942)

  • William Mulder

    (Ph.D. 1955)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies Emeritus, University of Utah; deceased 2008

    • Homeward to Zion: The Mormon Migration from Scandinavia

      (1957)

    • The Mormons in American History

      (1957)

    • Among the Mormons: Historic Accounts by Contemporary Observers, with A. Russell Mortensen, eds.

      (1958)

    • Diss:

      “Mormons from Scandinavia, 1850-1905: Story of a Religious Migration”

      (1955)

  • Howard Munford

    (Ph.D. 1951)

    ,

    Professor of American Literature Emeritus, Middlebury College; deceased 2008

    • Diss:

      “The Genesis and Early Development of the Basic Attitudes of William Dean Howells”

      (1951)

  • John M. Muresianu

    (Ph.D. 1982)

    • War of Ideas: American Intellectuals and the World Crisis, 1938-1945

      (1988)

    • Diss:

      “War of Ideas: American Intellectuals and the World Crisis, 1938-1945”

      (1982)

  • Martha J. Nadell

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    Associate Professor of English, Brooklyn College, City University of New York

    • Enter the New Negroes: Images of Race in American Culture

      (2004)

    • Diss:

      “‘Nor Can I Reduce This Experience to a Medium’: Race, Art, and Literature in America, 1920s-1940s”

      (2000)

  • Clinton Oliver

    (Ph.D. 1965)

    ,

    Former Professor, Queens College (deceased)

    • Contemporary Black Drama: from “A Raisin in the Sun” to “No Place to be Somebody,” ed. with Stephanie Sills

      (1971)

    • Diss:

      “The Name and Nature of American Negro Literature: An Interpretive Study in Genre and Ideas”

      (1965)

  • Suleiman Osman

    (Ph.D. 2006)

    ,

    Associate Professor of American Studies, George Washington University

    • The Invention of Brownstone Brooklyn: Gentrification and the Search for Authenticity in Postwar New York

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “The Birth of Postmodern New York: Gentrification, Postindustrialization, and Race in South Brooklyn, 1950-1980”

      (2006)

  • Barry O’Connell

    (Ph.D. 1976)

    ,

    James E. Ostendarp Professor of English, Amherst College

    • On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of William Apess, a Pequot, ed.

      (1992)

    • William Apess, A Son of the Forest, and Other Writings, ed.

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “The Shaping of Evasion: An Essay on Middle-Class Consciousness in Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture”

      (1976)

  • John T. O’Keefe

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Director of Advising and Academic Support Services, Dean of the Class of 2014, Wellesley College

    • Diss:

      “Family of God, Family of Man: Liberal Religion in Eighteenth-Century New England”

      (1999)

  • William A. Pannapacker

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Associate Professor of English, Hope College

    • Revised Lives: Walt Whitman and Nineteenth-Century Authorship

      (2004)

    • Diss:

      “Revised Lives: Studies in the Changing Constructions of Authorial Identity in Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Culture”

      (1999)

  • Gail Thain Parker

    (Ph.D. 1969)

    • Mind Cure in New England: From the Civil War to World War I

      (1973)

    • College on Your Own: How You Can Get a College Education at Home, with Gene Hawes

      (1978)

    • The Writing on the Wall: Inside Higher Education in America

      (1979)

    • Diss:

      “An Intellectual History of the New Thought: 1865-1920”

      (1969)

  • Jeffrey L. Pasley

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Associate Professor of History, University of Missouri

    • “The Tyranny of Printers”: Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic

      (2001)

    • Beyond the Founders: New Approaches to the Political History of the Early American Republic, with David Waldstreicher and Andrew W. Robertson

      (2004)

    • Diss:

      “‘Artful and Designing Men’: Political Professionalism in the Early American Republic, 1775-1820”

      (1993)

  • Sherman Paul

    (Ph.D. 1950)

    ,

    Carver Distinguished Professor of English, University of Iowa; deceased 1995

    • Emerson’s Angle of Vision: Man and Nature in American Experience

      (1952)

    • The Shores of America: Thoreau’s Inward Exploration

      (1958)

    • Louis Sullivan, An Architect in American Thought

      (1962)

    • Edmund Wilson; A Study of Literary Vocation in our Time

      (1965)

    • Randolph Bourne

      (1966)

    • The Music of Survival: A Biography of a Poem by William Carlos Williams

      (1968)

    • Hart’s Bridge

      (1972)

    • Repossessing and Renewing: Essays in the Green American Tradition

      (1976)

    • Olson’s Push: Origin, Black Mountain, and Recent American Poetry

      (1978)

    • The Lost America of Love: Rereading Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, and Robert Duncan

      (1981)

    • In Search of the Primitive: Rereading David Antin, Jerome Rothenberg, and Gary Snyder

      (1986)

    • Hewing to Experience: Essays and Reviews on Recent American Poetry and Poetics, Nature and Culture

      (1989)

    • For Love of the World: Essays on Nature Writers

      (1992)

    • Diss:

      “The Angle of Vision and the Arc of the Circle: ‘Correspondence’ in Emerson’s Transcendental Vision”

      (1950)

  • Eva Payne

    (Ph.D. 2017)

    ,

    "Purifying the World: Americans and International Sexual Reform, 1865-1933"

    • Diss:

      “Purifying the World: Sex, Morality, and International Social Purity Reform, 1865-1920” (in progress)

  • Imani Perry

    (Ph.D. 2000)

    ,

    Professor, Center for African American Studies, Princeton University

    • Prophets of the Hood: Politics and Poetics in Hip Hop

      (2004)

    • More Beautiful and More Terrible: The Embrace and Transcendence of Racial Inequality in the United States

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “Dusky Justice: Race in U.S. Law and Literature, 1875-1914”

      (2000)

  • Merrill Peterson

    (Ph.D. 1950)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, University of Virginia; deceased 2009

    • The Jefferson Image in the American Mind

      (1960)

    • Major Crises in American History: Documentary Problems, with Leonard W. Levy, eds.

      (1962)

    • Jefferson’s Consent of the Governed: Convolutions of a Doctrine

      (1963)

    • Democracy, Liberty and Property: the State Constitutional Conventions of the 1820s, ed.

      (1966)

    • Thomas Jefferson: A Profile

      (1967)

    • Thomas Jefferson and the New Nation: A Biography

      (1970)

    • James Madison: A Biography in his Own Words, ed.

      (1974)

    • The Portable Thomas Jefferson, ed.

      (1975)

    • Thomas Jefferson and the American Revolution

      (1976)

    • Adams and Jefferson: A Revolutionary Dialogue

      (1976)

    • Thomas Jefferson and the Beginnings of American Citizenship

      (1981)

    • Olive Brand and Sword: The Compromise of 1833

      (1982)

    • Thomas Jefferson: Writings, ed.

      (1984)

    • Thomas Jefferson: A Reference Biography, ed.

      (1986)

    • Jefferson and Madison and the Making of the Constitution

      (1987)

    • The Great Triumvirate: Webster, Clay, and Calhoun

      (1987)

    • The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom: Its Evolution and Consequences in American History, with Robert Vaughn, eds.

      (1988)

    • Thomas Jefferson: Public and Private Papers, ed.

      (1990)

    • “This Grand Pertinancy”: Abraham Lincoln and the Declaration of Independence

      (1991)

    • Lincoln in American Memory

      (1994)

    • Coming of Age with the New Republic, 1938-1950

      (1999)

    • John Brown: The Legend Revisited

      (2002)

    • “Starving Armenians”: America and the Armenian Genocide, 1915-1930 and After

      (2004)

    • The President and His Biographer: Woodrow Wilson and Ray Stannard Baker

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “The Jefferson Image in the American Mind, 1826-1861”

      (1950)

  • Gregory Pfitzer

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies, Skidmore College

    • History Repeating Itself: The Republication of Children’s Historical Literature and the Christian Right

      (2014)

    • Samuel Eliot Morison’s Historical World: In Quest of a New Parkman

      (1991)

    • Picturing the Past: Illustrated Histories and the American Imagination, 1840-1900

      (2002)

    • Popular History and the Literary Marketplace, 1840-1920

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Making History: The Historical World of Samuel Eliot Morison”

      (1987)

  • Catherine H. Phillips

    (Ph.D. 1997)

    • Diss:

      “Helen (Hunt) Jackson and Her Literary Career”

      (1997)

  • Sandy Placido

    (Ph.D. 2017)

    ,

    "A Global Vision: Dr. Ana Livia Cordero and the Puerto Rican Liberation Struggle, 1931-1992"

    • Diss:

      “Afro-diasporic Solidarities: Dr. Ana Livia Cordero’s Movements in the Caribbean, Ghana, and the United States, 193-1992” (in progress)

  • Tracy N. Poe

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    American Refugee Committee International

    • Diss:

      “Food, Culture, and Entrepreneurship Among African Americans, Italians, and Swedes in Chicago”

      (1999)

  • Norman Pollack

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, Michigan State University

    • The Populist Response to Industrial America: Midwestern Populist Thought

      (1962)

    • Builders of American Institutions: Readings in United States History, with Frank Freidel, eds.

      (1963)

    • American Issues in the Twentieth Century, with Frank Freidel, eds.

      (1966)

    • The Populist Mind, ed.

      (1967)

    • The Just Polity: Populism, Law, and Human Welfare

      (1987)

    • The Humane Economy: Populism, Capitalism, and Democracy

      (1990)

    • Diss:

      “Social Thought in the Industrial Transformation: A Study in Midwestern Populism”

      (1961)

  • Robert C. Post

    (Ph.D. 1980)

    ,

    Dean and Sol & Lillian Goldman Professor of Law, Yale Law School

    • Law and the Order of Culture, ed.

      (1990)

    • Constitutional Domains: Democracy, Community, Management

      (1995)

    • Race and Representation: Affirmative Action, with Michael Rogin, eds.

      (1996)

    • Censorship and Silencing: Practices of Cultural Regulation, ed.

      (1998)

    • Human Rights in Political Transitions: Gettysburg to Bosnia, with Carla Hesse, eds.

      (1999)

    • Prejudicial Appearances: The Logic of American Antidiscrimination Law, et al., eds.

      (2001)

    • Civil Society and Government, with Nancy L. Rosenblum, eds.

      (2002)

    • Food Marketing to Children and Youth: Threat or Opportunity? Committee on Food Marketing and the Diets of Children and Youth et al. eds.

      (2006)

    • Another Cosmopolitanism, with Seyla Benhabib, eds.

      (2006)

    • For the Common Good: Principles of American Academic Freedom, w. M.Finkin

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “Studies in the Origins and Practice of the American Romance: Social Structure, Moral Reality, and Aesthetic Form”

      (1980)

  • David P. Potts

    (Ph.D. 1967)

    ,

    Former Dean, University of Puget Sound; Former Dean of the Faculty, Gettysburg College

    • Baptist Colleges in the Development of American Society, 1812-1861

      (1988)

    • Wesleyan University, 1831-1910: Collegiate Enterprise in New England

      (1992)

    • Liberal Education for a Land of Colleges: Yale’s Reports of 1828

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Baptist Colleges in the Development of American Society, 1812-1861”

      (1967)

  • Scott Poulson-Bryant

    (Ph.D. 2016)

    ,

    Assistant Professor

    • Diss:

      “Performing While ‘Black’: The Politics of Race and Gender in African American Broadway Musicals of the 1970s” (in progress)

  • Sumner C. Powell

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    ,

    Teacher of history at the Choate School; deceased 1993

    • Puritan Village: The Formation of a New England Town – winner of the 1964 Pulitzer Prize for History

      (1963)

    • Venture to the Windward Isles

      (1969)

    • Pure Food: The History of the William Underwood Company, 1822-1972

      (1972)

    • When I Was Five

      (1974)

    • Diss:

      “The Formation of a New England Town: A Case Study of the English Background and Early Development of Sudbury, Watertown, and Marlborough, Massachusetts”

      (1956)

  • Arthur G. Powell

    (Ph.D. 1969)

    ,

    Independent scholar

    • The Uncertain Profession: Harvard and the Search for Educational Authority

      (1980)

    • The Shopping Mall High School: Winners and Losers in the Educational Marketplace, with Eleanor Farrar and David K. Cohen

      (1985)

    • Lessons from Privilege: The American Prep School Tradition

      (1996)

    • Diss:

      “The Study of Education at Harvard, 1869-1920”

      (1969)

  • Linda E. Prince

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    • Diss:

      “White Community, Black Compromise Blacks and the Experience of Interraciality in Boston From Slavery to Freedom, 1693-1815”

      (2002)

  • Mansu Qian

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    • Emerson and China, Reflections on Individualism

      (1996)

    • Flying Out of the Cage to Sing

      (1998)

    • American Civilization

      (2001)

    • American Liberalism and Its Transformation

      (2006)

    • The Birth of a Mass Society

      (2008)

    • Essays on American Civilization

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Emerson and China: Reflections on Individualism”

      (1992)

  • Youra Qualls

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    • Diss:

      “Friend and Freedman: The Work of the Association of Friends of Philadelphia and its Vicinity for the Relief of Freedmen During the Civil War and Reconstruction, 1862-1872”

      (1955)

  • Richard I. Rabinowitz

    (Ph.D. 1977)

    ,

    Founder and President, American History Workshop

    • The Spiritual Self in Everyday Life: The Transformation of Personal Religious Experience in Nineteenth-Century New England”

      (1989)

    • Diss:

      “Soul, Character, and Personality: The Transformation of Personal Religious Experience in New England, 1790-1860”

      (1977)

  • Jeffrey F. Rayport

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    Founder and Chairman, Marketspace LLC

    • Introduction to E-Commerce, with Bernard J. Jaworski

      (2002)

    • Best Face Forward: Why Companies Must Improve Their Service Interfaces with Customers, with Bernard J. Jaworski

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “A History of the U.S. West, 1982-1990: The Market-Driven Transformation of a Regional Bell Operating Company”

      (1992)

  • Judith A. Richardson

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Senior Lecturer, Department of English, Stanford University

    • Diss:

      “Possessions: The History and Uses of Haunting in the Hudson Valley”

      (2001)

  • Heather Cox Richardson

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    Professor of History, Boston College

    • The Greatest Nation of the Earth: Republican Economic Policies During the Civil War

      (1997)

    • The Death of Reconstruction: Race, Labor and Politics in the Post-Civil War North, 1865-1901

      (2001)

    • West from Appomattox: The Reconstruction of America after the Civil War

      (2007)

    • Wounded Knee: Party Politics and the Road to an American Massacre

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Constructing ‘The Greatest Nation on Earth’: Economic Policies of the Republican Party During the American Civil War”

      (1992)

  • Katherine Rieder

    (Ph.D. 2009)

    ,

    Vice President, Rosie Riveters

    • Diss:

      “‘The Remainder of Our Effects We Must Leave Behind’: American Loyalists and the Meaning of Things, 1765-1800”

      (2009)

  • Peter C. Rollins

    (Ph.D. 1972)

    ,

    Regents Professor of English Emeritus, Oklahoma State University

    • Will Rogers’ 1920s: A Cowboy’s Guide to the Times (a documentary film)

      (1976)

    • Television’s Vietnam: The Impact of Media (a documentary film)

      (1986)

    • Television’s Vietnam: The Real Story (a documentary film)

      (1985)

    • Benjamin Lee Whorf: Lost Generation Theories of Mind, Language, and Religion

      (1980)

    • Hollywood as Historian: American Film in Cultural Context, ed.

      (1983)

    • Will Rogers: A Bio-Bibliography

      (1984)

    • Gender in Popular Culture: Images of Men and Women in Literature, Visual Media, and Material Culture, with Susan W. Rollins, eds.

      (1995)

    • Hollywood’s World War I: Motion Picture Images, with John E. O’Connor, eds.

      (1997)

    • Hollywood’s Indian: The Portrayal of the Native American in Film, with John E. O’Connor, eds.

      (1998)

    • Television Histories: Shaping Collective Memory in the Media Age, with Gary R. Edgerton, eds.

      (2001)

    • Shakespeare’s Theories of Blood, Character, and Class: A festschrift in Honor of David Shelley Berkeley, with Alan Smith, eds.

      (2001)

    • The West Wing: The American Presidency as Television Drama, with John E. O’Connor, eds.

      (2003)

    • Hollywood’s White House: The American Presidency in Film and History, with John E. O’Connor, eds.

      (2003)

    • The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past, ed.

      (2003)

    • Hollywood’s West: The American Frontier in Film, Television, and History, with John E. O’Connor, eds.

      (2005)

    • Why We Fought: America’s Wars in Film and History, with John E. Connor, eds.

      (2008)

    • The Legacy of Benjamin Lee Whorf: A Research Database

      (2008)

    • America Reflected: Language, Satire, Film, and the American Mind

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Benjamin Lee Whorf: Transcendental Linguist”

      (1972)

  • Theodore H. Rosengarten

    (Ph.D. 1975)

    ,

    Professor, Zucker/Goldberg Center for Holocaust Education, College of Charleston

    • All God’s Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw, ed.

      (1974)

    • Tombee: Portrait of a Cotton Planter, with Susan W. Walker

      (1986)

    • Land of Deepest Shade: Photographs of the South, with John McWilliams

      (1989)

    • A Portion of the People: Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish Life, with Dale Rosengarten, eds.

      (2002)

    • Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art, et al.

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “All God’s Dangers: The Life of Nate Shaw”

      (1975)

  • Dale Rosen Rosengarten

    (Ph.D. 1997)

    ,

    Curator, Jewish Heritage Collection, Addlestone Library, College of Charleston

    • Row Upon Row: Sea Grass Baskets of the South Carolina Low Country

      (1986)

    • A Portion of the People: Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish Life, with Theodore Rosengarten, eds.

      (2002)

    • Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art, et al.

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Social Origins of the African-American Low Country Basket”

      (1997)

  • Rosamond Rosenmeier

    (Ph.D. 1971)

    ,

    (deceased 2011)

    • Lines Out: Poems

      (1989)

    • Anne Bradstreet Revisited

      (1991)

    • Excilia Saldaña, In the Vortex of the Cyclone: Selected Poems, with Flora M. González Mandri, eds. and trans.

      (2002)

    • Where Light Answers Light: Poems from Prince Edward Island

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Perspectives on History in the Writings of Anne Bradstreet, Thoreau, and Wallace Stevens”

      (1971)

  • Jesper Rosenmeier

    (Ph.D. 1966)

    ,

    Fletcher Professor of English Emeritus, Tufts University

    • The Teacher and the Witness: John Cotton and Roger Williams

      (1968)

    • The Language of Canaan

      (1976)

    • Clearing the Medium: A Reevaluation of the Puritan Plain Style in Light of John Cotton’s “A Practicall Commentary Upon the First Epistle Generall of John”

      (1980)

    • “Spiritual Concupisence”: John Cotton’s English Years, 1584-1633

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “The Image of Christ: The Typology of John Cotton”

      (1966)

  • Caitlin Rosenthal

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley

    • Diss:

      “From Memory to Mastery: Accounting for Control in Antebellum America, 1750-1880”

      (2012)

  • William Rowley

    (Ph.D. 1968)

    • Diss:

      “Albany: A Tale of Two Cities–1820-1880”

      (1968)

  • Elaine Hedges Ryan

    (Ph.D. 1971)

    ,

    Professor of English Emerita and Founder, Women’s Studies Program, Towson State University; founding member, National Women’s Studies Association; deceased 1997

    • Women Writing and Teaching

      (1972)

    • Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper, afterword

      (1973)

    • Women Working: An Anthology of Stories and Poems, et al., eds.

      (1979)

    • Land and Imagination: The Rural Dream in America, with William Hedges, eds.

      (1980)

    • In Her Own Image: Working Women in the Arts, with Ingrid Wendt, eds.

      (1980)

    • Teaching Guide to Accompany In Her Own image: Women Working in the Arts, with Ingrid Wendt

      (1981)

    • Meridel Le Sueur, Ripening: Selected Work, 1927-1980, ed.

      (1982)

    • Community College Guide to Curriculum Change: Integrating the Scholarship on Women, et al.

      (1990)

    • Listening to Silences: New Essays in Feminist Criticism, with Shelley Fisher Fishkin, eds.

      (1994)

    • Hearts and Hands: Women, Quilts, and American Society

      (1996)

    • Getting Started: Planning Curricular Transformation

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “City and Country in the Work of William Dean Howells and Some of His Contemporaries, 1870-1890”

      (1971)

  • David Miles Samson

    (Ph.D. 1988)

    • Diss:

      “German-American Dialogues and the Modern Movement Before the ‘Design Migration’”

      (1988)

  • Charles Sanford

    (Ph.D. 1952)

    • Benjamin Franklin and the American Character

      (1955)

    • The Quest For Paradise: Europe and the American Moral Imagination

      (1961)

    • Quest for America, 1810-1824, ed.

      (1964)

    • Manifest Destiny and the Imperialism Question, ed.

      (1974)

    • Diss:

      “The Days of Jeremy Dummer, Colonial Agent”

      (1952)

  • Christopher W. Schmidt

    (Ph.D. 2004)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of Law, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology

    • Diss:

      “Postwar Liberalism and the Origins of Brown v. Board of Education”

      (2004)

  • Sara Lynn Schwebel

    (Ph.D. 2006)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of English, University of South Carolina

    • Child-Sized History: Fictions of the Past in U.S. Classrooms

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “History, Memory, and Myth: Children’s Literature and Classroom Conceptions of the Past”

      (2006)

  • Rebecca Scofield

    (Ph.D. 2015)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History, University of Idaho

    • Diss:

      “Riding Bareback: Rodeo Communities and the Construction of American Gender, Sexuality, and Race in the Twentieth Century”

      (2015)

  • Anne Firor Scott

    (Ph.D. 1958)

    ,

    W.K. Boyd Professor of History Emerita, Duke University

    • What is Happening to American Women

      (1970)

    • Women in American Life: Selected Readings, ed.

      (1970)

    • The Southern Lady: From Pedestal to Politics, 1830-1930

      (1970)

    • The American Woman: Who Was She?

      (1971)

    • One Half the People: The Fight for Woman Suffrage, with Andrew M. Scott

      (1975)

    • Women and Men: Changing Roles, Relationships, and Perceptions, et al., eds.

      (1977)

    • Making the Invisible Woman Visible

      (1984)

    • Natural Allies: Women’s Associations in American History

      (1991)

    • Unheard Voices: The First Historians of Southern Women, ed.

      (1993)

    • Pauli Murray and Caroline Ware: Forty Years of Letters in Black and White

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “The Southern Progressives in National Politics”

      (1958)

  • John F. Sears

    (Ph.D. 1972)

    ,

    Independent scholar

    • Sacred Places: American Tourist Attractions in the Nineteenth Century

      (1989)

    • FDR and His Contemporaries: Foreign Perceptions of an American President, with Cornelis van Minnen, eds.

      (1992)

    • Diss:

      “Strongly Spent: Fate, Time and Process in the Poetry and Poetics of Robert Frost”

      (1972)

  • Augustine Sedgewick

    (Ph.D. 2011)

    ,

    Adjunct Assistant Professor

    • Diss:

      “The American System in the World Depression, 1932-1941: The Case of the Coffee Trade”

      (2011)

  • Richard Sennett

    (Ph.D. 1969)

    ,

    University Professor of the Humanities, New York University; Centennial Professor of Sociology Emeritus, London School of Economics

    • The Culture of New Capitalism

      (2005)

    • Classic Essays on the Culture of Cities, ed.

      (1969)

    • Nineteenth-Century Cities, with Stephen Thernstrom, eds.

      (1969)

    • Families Against the City: Middle Class Homes of Industrial Chicago, 1872-1890

      (1970)

    • The Uses of Disorder: Personal Identity and City Life

      (1970)

    • The Hidden Injuries of Class, with Jonathan Cobb

      (1972)

    • The Fall of Public Man

      (1977)

    • Authority

      (1980)

    • The Frog Who Dared to Croak

      (1982)

    • An Evening of Brahms

      (1984)

    • Palais-Royal

      (1987)

    • The Conscience of the Eye: The Design and Social Life of Cities

      (1991)

    • Flesh and Stone: The Body and the City in Western Civilization

      (1994)

    • The Corrosion of Character: The Personal Consequences of Work in the New Capitalism

      (1998)

    • Respect in a World of Inequality

      (2003)

    • Practicing Culture, with Craig Calhoun, eds.

      (2007)

    • The Craftsman

      (2008)

    • The Foreigner: Two Essays on Exile

      (2011)

    • Together: The Rituals, Pleasures, and Politics of Cooperation

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “A Study of Family Life and Social Mobility in the Nineteenth Century”

      (1969)

  • Laura I. Serna

    (Ph.D. 2006)

    ,

    Assistant Professor, School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California

    • Making Cinelandia: American Films and Mexican Film Culture before the Golden Age

      (2014)

    • Diss:

      “‘We’re Going Yankee’: American Films, Mexican Nationalism, Transnational Cinema, 1917-1935”

      (2006)

  • Marguerite Shaffer

    (Ph.D. 1994)

    ,

    Professor of American Studies and History, Miami University

    • Rendering Nature: Animals, Bodies, Places, Politics

      (2015)

    • See America First: Tourism and National Identity, 1880-1940

      (2001)

    • Public Culture: Diversity, Democracy, and Community in the United States, ed.

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “See America First: Tourism and National Identity, 1905-1930”

      (1994)

  • Merwin Sheketoff

    (Ph.D. 1961)

    ,

    Deceased 1975

    • Diss:

      “William Graham Sumner: Social Christian, 1869-1872”

  • Silvana R. Siddali

    (Ph.D. 1999)

    ,

    Associate Professor of History, Saint Louis University

    • From Property to Person: Slavery and the Confiscation Acts, 1861-1862

      (2005)

    • Missouri’s War: The Civil War in Documents, ed.

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “The Plea of Tyrants: The Public and Political Debates over the Confiscation of Confederate Property During the Civil War, 1861-1862”

      (1999)

  • Thomas J. Siegel

    (Ph.D. 1990)

    ,

    Teacher of History, Buckingham Browne & Nichols

    • Diss:

      “ Governance and Curriculum at Harvard College in the Eighteenth Century”

      (1990)

  • Robert Sklar

    (Ph.D. 1965)

    ,

    Former Professor of Cinema Studies Emeritus, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University; deceased 2011

    • F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Last Laocoön

      (1967)

    • The Plastic Age: 1917-1930, ed.

      (1970)

    • Movie-Made America: A Cultural History of American Movies

      (1975)

    • Prime-Time America: Life on and Behind the Television Screen

      (1980)

    • Resisting Images: Essays on Cinema and History, with Charles Musser, eds.

      (1990)

    • City Boys: Cagney, Bogart, Garfield

      (1992)

    • Film: An International History of the Medium

      (1993)

    • Frank Capra: Authorship and the Studio System, with Vito Zagarrio, eds.

      (1998)

    • A World History of Film

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “The Last Laocoön: A Study of F. Scott Fitzgerald”

      (1965)

  • Lawrence G. Smith

    (Ph.D. 1972)

    • Cesare Pavese and America: Life, Love, and Literature

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “The Emblems of Youth: Cesare Pavese and America”

      (1972)

  • Henry Nash Smith

    (Ph.D. 1940)

    ,

    Professor of English Emeritus, University of California at Berkeley; deceased 1986

    • Mark Twain: San Francisco Virginia City Territorial Enterprise Correspondent: Selections from his Letters to the Territorial Enterprise, 1865-1866, with Frederick Anderson, eds.

      (1957)

    • Mark Twain – Howells Letters: The Correspondence of Samuel L. Clemens and William D. Howells, 1872-1910, with William M. Gibson, eds.

      (1960)

    • Mark Twain: The Development of a Writer

      (1962)

    • Mark Twain: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed.

      (1963)

    • Mark Twain’s Fable of Progress: Political and Economic Ideas in “A Connecticut Yankee”

      (1964)

    • Popular Culture and Industrialism

      (1967)

    • Democracy and the Novel: Popular Resistance to Classic American Writers

      (1978)

    • Diss:

      “American Emotional and Emotive Attitudes Toward the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, 1803-1850”

      (1940)

  • Edwyna Dale Smith

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    • The Slaves of Liberty: Freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, 1820-1868

      (1998)

    • Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, ed.

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “The Slaves of Liberty: Freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, 1820-1868”

      (1993)

  • Mark I. Solomon

    (Ph.D. 1972)

    ,

    Professor of History Emeritus, Simmons College

    • Red and Black: Communism and Afro-Americans, 1929-1935

      (1988)

    • The Cry Was Unity: Communists and African-Americans, 1919-1936

      (1998)

    • Victor Grossman, Crossing the River: A Memoir of the American Left, the Cold War and Life in East Germany, ed.

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      “Red and Black: Negroes and Communism, 1929-1932”

      (1972)

  • Barbara Miller Solomon

    (Ph.D. 1953)

    ,

    Former Assistant Dean of Harvard College (1970-1974), former Associate Dean of Radcliffe College (1963-1970); deceased 1992

    • Ancestors and Immigrants, A Changing New England Tradition

      (1956)

    • Pioneers in Service: The History of the Associated Jewish Philanthropies of Boston

      (1956)

    • Timothy Dwight, Travels in New England and New York, ed.

      (1969)

    • In the Company of Educated Women: A History of Women and Higher Education in America

      (1985)

    • The Evolution of an Educator: An Anthology of Published Writings of Ada Louise Comstock, ed.

      (1987)

    • From Western Prairies to Eastern Commons: A Life in Education, Ada Louise Comstock Notestein, 1876-1973

      (1993)

    • Diss:

      “New England Pride and Prejudice: A Study in the Origins of Immigration Restriction”

      (1953)

  • Timothy Spears

    (Ph.D. 1989)

    ,

    Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of American Studies, Middlebury College

    • 100 Years on the Road: The Traveling Salesman in American Culture

      (1995)

    • Chicago Dreaming: Midwesterners and the City, 1871 to 1919

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “Changing Custom: Traveling Salesmen in American Culture”

      (1989)

  • Marcia J. Speziale

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    • Diss:

      “The Puritan Pariah or a Citizen of Somewhere Else: Defamation in Massachusetts, 1642 to 1850”

      (1992)

  • Nancy Elam Squires

    (Ph.D. 2004)

    • Diss:

      “Back to the Blanket: The Indian Fiction of Oliver La Farge, John Joseph Mathews, D’Arcy McNickle, Ruth Underhill, and Frank Waters, 1927-1944”

      (2004)

  • Roger Stein

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    ,

    Former Professor of the History of Art, University of Virginia; deceased 2010

    • John Ruskin and Aesthetic Thought in America, 1840-1900

      (1967)

    • Seascape and the American Imagination

      (1975)

    • Susquehanna: Images of the Settled Landscape

      (1981)

    • Diss:

      “Art, Nature, and Morality: John Ruskin and Aesthetic Controversy in America”

      (1960)

  • Katherine Stevens

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    • Diss:

      “Unsettling the South: War, Expansion, and Slavery in the Southern United States, 1780-1840”

      (2014)

  • John Robert Stilgoe

    (Ph.D. 1977)

    ,

    Robert and Lois Orchard Professor in the History of Landscape Development, Harvard Graduate School of Design

    • Common Landscape of America, 1580-1845

      (1982)

    • Metropolitan Corridor: Railroads and the American Scene

      (1983)

    • Borderland: Origins of the American Suburb, 1820-1939

      (1988)

    • Shallow-Water Dictionary: A Grounding in Estuary English

      (1990)

    • Alongshore

      (1994)

    • Outside Lies Magic: Regaining History and Awareness in Everyday Places

      (1998)

    • Lifeboat

      (2003)

    • Landscape and Images

      (2005)

    • Train Time: Railroads and the Imminent Reshaping of the United States Landscape

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “Pattern on the Land: The Making of a Colonial Landscape, 1633-1800”

      (1977)

  • Nan Dundes Stone

    (Ph.D. 1981)

    ,

    Partner, The Bridgespan Group

    • What Management Is, How It Works, and Why It’s Everyone’s Business, with Joan Magretta

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “Unsettling America: A Study of Social Attitudes and Ideology in Home as Found, A New Home–Who’ll Follow, and Border Beagles”

      (1981)

  • Sewall Cushing Strout, Jr.

    (Ph.D. 1952)

    ,

    Ernest I. White Professor of American Studies and Humane Letters Emeritus, Cornell University

    • The Pragmatic Revolt in American History: Carl Becker and Charles Beard

      (1958)

    • Conscience, Science, and Security: The Case of Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, ed.

      (1963)

    • The American Image of the Old World, ed.

      (1963)

    • Hawthorne in England: Selections from Our Old Home and The English Note-Book, ed.

      (1965)

    • J. Allen Smith, The Spirit of American Government, ed.

      (1965)

    • Intellectual History in America, ed.

      (1968)

    • Divided We Stand: Reflections on the Crisis at Cornell, with David Grossvogel, eds.

      (1970)

    • The New Heavens and the New Earth: Political Religion in America

      (1973)

    • The Veracious Imagination: Essays on American History, Literature, and Biography

      (1981)

    • Making American Tradition: Visions and Revisions from Ben Franklin to Alice Walker

      (1990)

    • Diss:

      “A Critical Study of the Theory and Practice of Historiography: Carl L. Becker and Charles A. Beard”

      (1952)

  • Kirsten D. Sword

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History and Adjunct Assistant Professor of Gender Studies, Indiana University

    • Diss:

      “Wayward Wives, Runaway Slaves and the Limits of Patriarchal Authority in Early America”

      (2002)

  • Stephen C. Szaraz

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Director of Marketing Research, Oliver Wyman

    • Diss:

      “History, Character, and Prospects: Daniel Drake and the Life of the Mind in the Ohio Valley, 1785-1852”

      (1993)

  • William R. Taylor

    (Ph.D. 1956)

    • Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and American National Character

      (1961)

    • Inventing Times Square: Commerce and Culture at the Crossroads of the World, ed.

      (1991)

    • In Pursuit of Gotham: Culture and Commerce in New York

      (1992)

    • Diss:

      “Cavalier and Yankee: The Origins of the Old South as a Cultural Ideal”

      (1956)

  • Woden S. Teachout

    (Ph.D. 2003)

    ,

    Independent scholar

    • Capture the Flag: A Political History of American Patriotism

      (2009)

    • Slow Democracy: Rediscovering Community, Bringing Decision Making Back Home, with Susan Clark

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “Forging Memory: Hereditary Societies, Patriotism, and the American Past, 1876-1898”

      (2003)

  • Daniel Stern Terris

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    Director, International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life; Vice President for Global Affairs; Interim Director of Brandeis-Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry, Brandeis University

    • Ethics at Work: Creating Virtue in an American Corporation

      (2005)

    • The International Judge: An Introduction to the Men and Women Who Decide the World’s Cases, with Leigh Swigart and Cesare P.R. Romano

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “Waldo Frank and the Rediscovery of America, 1889-1929”

      (1992)

  • Stephan A. Thernstrom

    (Ph.D. 1962)

    ,

    Winthrop Research Professor of History Emeritus, Harvard University

    • Poverty and Progress: Social Mobility in a Nineteenth-Century City

      (1964)

    • Readings in the History of the United States, with Neil Harris and David Rothman, eds.

      (1969)

    • Nineteenth Century Cities: Essays in the New Urban History, with Richard Sennett, eds.

      (1969)

    • Poverty, Politics, and Planning in the New Boston: The Origins of ABCD

      (1969)

    • The Other Bostonians: Poverty and Progress in the American Metropolis, 1880-1970 – winner of the 1974 Bancroft Prize

      (1973)

    • Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, ed.

      (1980)

    • A History of the American Population

      (1984)

    • Our Changing Population, with Richard Gill and Nathan Glazer

      (1991)

    • America in Black in White: One Nation, Indivisible, with Abigail Thernstrom

      (1997)

    • Beyond the Color Line: New Perspectives on Race and Ethnicity in America, with Abigail Thernstrom, eds.

      (2002)

    • No Excuses: Closing the Racial Gap in Learning, with Abigail Thernstrom

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      Class and Mobility in a Nineteenth-Century City: A Study of Unskilled Laborers in Newburyport, Massachusetts”

      (1962)

  • Shirley E. Thompson

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Assoc. Prof. American Studies; Assoc. Dir. of Warfield Center for African & African American Studies, University of Texas, Austin

    • Exiles at Home: The Struggle to Become American in Creole New Orleans

      (2009)

    • Diss:

      “The Passing of a People: Creoles of Color in Mid-Nineteenth Century New Orleans”

      (2001)

  • Phyllis Thompson

    (Ph.D. 2014)

    ,

    Lecturer on Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality, Harvard University

    • Diss:

      “Domestic Pleasures: Dreams of Joy and Fulfillment in American Home Life”

      (2014)

  • Frederick Tolles

    (Ph.D. 1947)

    ,

    Former Professor of History, Swarthmore College; deceased 1975

    • Meeting House and Counting House: The Quaker Merchants of Colonial Philadelphia, 1682-1763

      (1948)

    • The Atlantic Community of the Early Friends

      (1952)

    • George Logan of Philadelphia

      (1953)

    • Quakerism and Politics

      (1956)

    • The Witness of William Penn, with E. Gordon Alerfer, eds.

      (1957)

    • James Logan and the Culture of Provincial America

      (1957)

    • Quakers and the Atlantic Culture

      (1960)

    • Diss:

      “The Quaker Merchants of Colonial Philadelphia, 1682-1763: A Study in Social and Cultural History”

      (1947)

  • Penny T. Tucker

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    • Diss:

      “The Culture of Promises: Literary Ethics and American Cultural Politics, 1820-1870”

      (2002)

  • Thomas Underwood

    (Ph.D. 1990)

    ,

    Senior Lecturer, Master Level, College of Arts and Sciences Writing Program, Boston University

    • Varieties of Black Experience at Harvard: An Anthology, with Werner Sollors and Caldwell Titcomb, eds.

      (1986)

    • Blacks at Harvard: A Documentary History of African-American Experience at Harvard and Radcliffe, with Werner Sollors and Caldwell Titcomb, eds.

      (1993)

    • Allen Tate: Orphan of the South

      (2000)

    • Diss:

      “Orphan of the South: A Life of Allen Tate”

      (1990)

  • Jonathan A. Veitch

    (Ph.D. 1992)

    ,

    President of Occidental College and Professor Affiliated Faculty, History, Occidental College

    • American Superrealism: Nathanael West and the Politics of Representation in the 1930s

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “Avant-Garde and Kitsch: Nathaniel West in an Age of Mass Culture”

      (1992)

  • Stephen Vider

    (Ph.D. 2013)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History and Director of the Public History Initiative

    • Diss:

      “No Place Like Home: A Cultural History of Gay Domesticity, 1948-1982”

      (2013)

  • Cynthia J. Wachtell

    (Ph.D. 1998)

    ,

    Research Associate Professor of American Studies and Director, S. Daniel Abraham Honors Program, Yeshiva University

    • War No More: The Antiwar Impulse in American Literature, 1861-1914

      (2010)

    • Diss:

      “Anti-War Literature from the Civil War through World War I”

      (1998)

  • Stephen T. Wagner

    (Ph.D. 1986)

    ,

    Faculty Assistant, Harvard Law School

    • Diss:

      “The Lingering Death of the National Origins Quota System: A Political History of United States Immigration Policy, 1952-1965”

      (1986)

  • Cheryl Ann Wall

    (Ph.D. 1976)

    ,

    Board of Governors Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English, Rutgers University

    • Changing Our Own Words: Essays on Criticism, Theory, and Writing by Black Women, ed.

      (1989)

    • Zora Neale Hurston, Novels and Stories, ed.

      (1995)

    • Zora Neale Hurston, Folklore, Memoirs, and Other Writings, ed.

      (1995)

    • Women of the Harlem Renaissance

      (1995)

    • Zora Neale Hurston, Sweat, ed.

      (1997)

    • Worrying the Line: Black Women Writers, Lineage, and Literary Tradition

      (2005)

    • Diss:

      “Three Novelists: Jessie Fauset, Nella Larsen, and Zora Neale Hurston”

      (1976)

  • Andrew H. Walsh

    (Ph.D. 1995)

    ,

    Associate Director, Leonard E. Greenberg Center For the Study of Religion in Public Life, and Visiting Assistant Professor of History and Religion, Trinity College

    • Can Charitable Choice Work? Covering Religion’s Impact on Urban Affairs and Social Services, ed.

      (2001)

    • Religion and Public Life in New England: Steady Habits, Changing Slowly, with Mark Silk, eds.

      (2004)

    • One Nation Divisible: How Regional Religious Differences Shape American Politics, with Mark Silk

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “For Our City’s Welfare: Building a Protestant Establishment in Late Nineteenth Century Hartford”

      (1995)

  • Peter P. Wan

    (Ph.D. 1997)

    ,

    Professor of History, Fullerton College

    • World History: A Concise Thematic Analysis, volumes I and II, et al.

      (2006)

    • Diss:

      “Yung Wing, 1828-1912: A Critical Portrait”

      (1997)

  • Wilcomb Washburn

    (Ph.D. 1995)

    ,

    Former Director, American Studies Program, Smithsonian Institution; deceased 1997

    • The Governor and the Rebel: A History of Bacon’s Rebellion in Virginia

      (1957)

    • The Effect of Bacon’s Rebellion on Government in England and Virginia

      (1962)

    • The Indian and the White Man, ed.

      (1964)

    • The Age of Discovery

      (1966)

    • Red Man’s Land/White Man’s Law: A Study of the Past and Present Status of the American Indian

      (1971)

    • The American Indian and the United States: A Documentary History

      (1973)

    • The Indian in America

      (1975)

    • The Assault on Indian Tribalism: The General Allotment Law (Dawes Act) of 1887

      (1975)

    • Defining the Museum’s Purpose

      (1975)

    • The American Heritage History of the Indian Wars, with Robert M. Utley

      (1977)

    • The Cosmos Club of Washington: A Centennial History, 1878-1978

      (1978)

    • The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas: North America, Volume I, Part II, with Bruce G. Trigger, eds.

      (1996)

    • History of Indian-White Relations, ed.

      (1988)

    • Against the Anthropological Grain

      (1998)

    • Indian Wars, with Robert M. Utley

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “Bacon’s Rebellion, 1676-1677”

      (1955)

  • Michael S. Washington

    (Ph.D. 2001)

    ,

    Professor, Conservatory of Music, Brooklyn College

    • Clawing at the Limits of Cool: Miles Davis, John Coltrane and the Greatest Jazz Collaboration Ever, with Farah Jasmine

      (2007)

    • Diss:

      “Beautiful Nightmare: Coltrane, Jazz, and American Culture”

      (2001)

  • David H. Watt

    (Ph.D. 1987)

    ,

    Professor of History, Temple University

    • A Transforming Faith: Explorations of Twentieth-Century American Evangelicalism

      (1991)

    • Bible-Carrying Christians: Conservative Protestants and Social Power

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “A Transforming Faith: Essays on the History of American Evangelicalism in the Middle Decades of the Twentieth Century”

      (1987)

  • Michael A. Weinberg

    (Ph.D. 1960)

    • Diss:

      “The Liberal Image of America in France and England, 1789-1890”

      (1960)

  • Robert H. Welker

    (Ph.D. 1953)

    ,

    Former Professor, Program in American Studies, Case Western Reserve University; deceased 1991

    • Birds and Men: American Birds in Science, Art, Literature, and Conservation, 1800-1900

      (1955)

    • A Different Drummer: The Odyssey of a Home-Grown Rebel

      (1958)

    • Natural Man: The Life of William Beebe

      (1975)

    • Diss:

      “Birds in Nineteenth-Century America: A Cultural Study”

      (1953)

  • Rush Welter

    (Ph.D. 1951)

    ,

    Former Professor of History and American Studies, Bennington College; deceased 2002

    • Bennington, Vermont: An Industrial History

      (1959)

    • Problems of Scholarly Publication in the Humanities and Social Sciences

      (1959)

    • Popular Education and Democratic Thought in America

      (1962)

    • American Writings on Popular Education: The Nineteenth Century

      (1971)

    • The Mind of America: 1820-1860

      (1975)

    • Diss:

      “Democracy and Education: The Role of Education in American Political Thought from 1828 to the Present”

      (1951)

  • Thomas Wickman

    (Ph.D. 2012)

    ,

    Assistant Professor of History and American Studies

    • Diss:

      “Snowshoe Country: Indians, Colonists, and Winter Spaces of Power in the Northeast, 1620-1727″

      (2012)

  • Edward L. Widmer

    (Ph.D. 1993)

    ,

    Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian of The John Carter Brown Library, Brown University

    • Young America: The Flowering of Democracy in New York City

      (1999)

    • Campaigns: A Century of Presidential Races from the Photo Archives of the New York Times, with Alan Brinkley

      (2001)

    • Martin Van Buren

      (2005)

    • Ark of the Liberties: America and the World

      (2008)

    • Diss:

      “Young America: Democratic Cultural Nationalism in Antebellum New York”

      (1993)

  • Diana R.H. Winters

    (Ph.D. 2003)

    ,

    Associate Professor of Law, Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University

    • Diss:

      “Defenses of Solitude: Justice Douglas, the Right to Privacy, and the Preservation of the American Wilderness”

      (2003)

  • Michael A. Wolf

    (Ph.D. 1991)

    ,

    Professor of Law and Richard E. Nelson Chair in Local Government Law, Levin College of Law, University of Florida

    • Powell on Real Property: Michael Allan Wolf Desk Edition, ed.

      (2000)

    • The Zoning of America: Euclid v. Ambler

      (2008)

    • Land Use Planning and the Environment: A Casebook, with Charles M. Haar

      (2010)

    • The Supreme Court and the Environment: The Reluctant Protector

      (2012)

    • Diss:

      “Charles Warren: Progressive, Historian”

      (1991)

  • Conrad C. Wright

    (Ph.D. 1947)

    ,

    Former Professor of American Church History Emeritus, Harvard Divinity School; deceased 2011

    • The Beginnings of Unitarianism in America

      (1955)

    • Three Prophets of Religious Liberalism: Channing, Emerson, Parker, ed.

      (1961)

    • Religion in American Life: Selected Readings, ed.

      (1972)

    • A Stream of Light: A Sesquicentennial History of American Unitarianism, ed.

      (1975)

    • The Liberal Christians: Essays on American Unitarian History

      (1979)

    • Unitarian Universalist Denominational Structure

      (1986)

    • Walking Together: Polity and Participation in Unitarian Universalist Churches

      (1989)

    • The Unitarian Controversy: Essays on American Unitarian History

      (1994)

    • Congregational Polity: A Historical Survey of Unitarian Universalist Practice

      (1997)

    • Diss:

      “Arminianism in Massachusetts, 1735-1780”

      (1947)

  • Margaret Wyman

    (Ph.D. 1950)

    • Diss:

      “Women in the American Realistic Novel, 1860-1893; Literary Reflection of Social Fact”

      (1950)

  • Sally R. Wyner

    (Ph.D. 1995)

    • Diss:

      “A Literary Product: The Relationship of American Literature and Advertising Copy”

      (1995)

  • Xiao-Huang Yin

    (Ph.D. 1991)

    ,

    Professor and Department Chair, American Studies; Affiliated Faculty, East Asian Languages and Cultures, History, Occidental College

    • Chinese American Literature Since the 1850s

      (2000)

    • The Expanding Roles of Chinese Americans in U.S.-China Relations: Transnational Networks and Trans-Pacific Interactions, with Peter H. Koehn, eds.

      (2002)

    • Diss:

      “Gold Mountain Dreams: Chinese American Literature and Its Socio-Historical Context, 1850-1963”

      (1991)

  • Rafia M. Zafar

    (Ph.D. 1989)

    ,

    Professor of English, African American, and American Cultural Studies, Washington University in St. Louis

    • God Made Man, Man Made the Slave: The Autobiography of George Teamoh, with F. Nash Boney and Richard L. Hume, eds.

      (1992)

    • New Essays on Harriet Jacobs and Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, with Deborah Garfield, eds.

      (1996)

    • The Cambridge History of American Literature: Volume 6, Prose Fiction 1910-1950, contributor, et al.

      (2003)

    • Harlem Renaissance: Five Novels of the 1920s, ed.

      (2011)

    • Harlem Renaissance: Four Novels of the 1930s, ed.

      (2011)

    • Diss:

      “White Call, Black Response: Adoption, Subversion, and Transformation in American Literature from the Colonial Era to the Age of Abolition”

      (1989)

  • Jonathan Zasloff

    (Ph.D. 2002)

    ,

    Professor of Law, School of Law, University of California at Los Angeles

    • Diss:

      “Law and the Shaping of American Foreign Policy From the Gilded Age to the New Era”

      (2002)

  • Yifan Zhao

    (Ph.D. 1989)

    ,

    Department Chairman, Institute of Foreign Literature, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

    • Diss:

      “Agnes Smedley: An American Intellectual Pilgrim in China”

      (1989)

  • Michael Zuckerman

    (Ph.D. 1967)

    ,

    Professor of History, University of Pennsylvania

    • Peaceable Kingdoms: New England Towns in the Eighteenth Century

      (1970)

    • Friends and Neighbors: Group Life in America’s First Plural Society, ed.

      (1982)

    • Almost Chosen People: Oblique Biographies in the American Grain

      (1993)

    • Beyond the Century of the Child: Cultural History and Development Psychology, with Willem Koops, eds.

      (2003)

    • Diss:

      “The Massachusetts Town in the Eighteenth Century”

      (1967)

4 Heads, Broadway, New York by William Klein, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Transfer from the Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, 2.2002.874, Photo by Imaging Department © President and Fellows of Harvard College