Bradley Hall 351
Ph.D., French History, University of California, Santa Barbara
M.A., European History, University of California, Santa Barbara
B.A., Social and Political Theory, Whittier College
- CIV 100 - Western Civilization
- CIV 101 - Western Civilization, to 1600
- CIV 102 - Western Civilization, from 1600
- CIV 111 - Western Civilization and English Composition to 1600
- CIV 112 - Western Civilization and English Composition from 1600
- CIV 113 - Western Civilization and Fine Arts to 1600
- CIV 114 - Western Civilization and Fine Arts since 1600
- HIS 333 - Cross-Cultural Contacts: Rebel Saints, Pirates, & Slaves in the Atlantic World
- HIS 337 - Modern World History: Non-Western Civilizations and Geography
- HIS 341 - The French Revolution
- HIS 342 - Europe, 1789-1914
- HIS 343 - The Enlightenment
- HIS 350 - Historical Methods
- HIS 375 - The Holocaust
- HIS 385 - Science, Technology, and Society
- HIS 405 - Independent Reading in History
- HIS 406 - Individual Study in History
- HIS 451 - Research Seminar in European History
- HON 100 - The Utopian Imagination
- SOC 390 - Sociology of Globalization
- SOC 420 - Critical Theory
Booklets & Reports
- “What is Learning Assessment for Historians? A Critical Review of Recent Literature …” Academia.edu (2019) [15000 words].
- “Bradley University’s Department of History in 2018: An Analytical Self-Study for Academic Program [Unit] Review” (2018) [638 pp].
- “What are Academic Disciplines? & What is the Discipline of History?” Academia.edu (2016).
- Creating History Papers (American Historical Association/Oxford University Press, 2013).
- “Louis-Philippe Before the Throne: Masculine Virtue and the Métier of an Enlightened Prince,” Journal of Historical Biography 12 (Autumn 2012): 1-59.
- “France, 1830 Revolution,” in The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest, ed. I. Ness (Wiley-Blackwell, 2009), 1227-33.
- “The Rhetoric of Premature Mourning: Assassination Attempts and the Civil Religion of the July Monarchy,” in Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers of the Annual Meeting 29 (2001): 80-88.
- “Symbols of Royalty and the Revolutionary Crowds of 1830,” in Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers of the Annual Meeting 23 (1995): 374-83.
- Review of Mike Rapport, 1848: Year of Revolution, in History: Reviews of New Books 39, no. 2 (2011): 54.
- Review of Corry Cropper, Playing at Monarchy: Sport as Metaphor in Nineteenth-Century France, in H-France Review 10, no. 105 (August 2010).
- Review of William Fortescue, France and 1848: The End of Monarchy, in H-France Review 7, no. 4 (January 2007).
- Review of Jill Harsin, Barricades: The War of the Streets in Revolutionary Paris, 1830-1848, in H-Net Reviews (December 2003).
- Review of John M. Knapp, Behind the Diplomatic Curtain: Adolphe de Bourqueney and French Foreign Policy, 1816-1869, in H-France Review 2, no. 131 (December 2002).
- “Kingship and the French Revolution of 1830: The Meaning of Royal Authority in Popular Political Culture and Orléanism,” Phd dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1999, UMI 9956131.
- History Club
- Pi Gamma Mu, local chapter of the social science honors society
- Phi Alpha Theta, local chapter of the history honors society