DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY
 

SUMMARY OF WFU FACULTY INFORMATION FORMS

I. Publications, performances, Exhibits

III.Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV.External Grants Received

 

I. PUBLICATIONS, PERFORMANCES, EXHIBITS (From F, G, H)

 

Hughes, Michael L.

“Just Deserts: Virtue, Agency, and Property in Mid-Twentieth-Century Germany.”In Manfred Berg and Martin H. Geyer (eds) Two Cultures of Right.The Quest for Inclusion and Participation in Modern America and Germany.Cambridge:Cambridge U. Press, ?2002.

Two book reviews.

 

RuppSusan Z.

Translation of Mikhail Dolbilov, “Does Research into the mechanisms of Autocratic Power Imperial Russia Add to Our Understanding of its Limits?” in KritikaFall 2001.

Review of Rex Wade, The Bolshevik Revolution and Russian Civil War for The Russian Review October 2001.

II.PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS PRESENTED AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (PART I)

Bobroff, Ronald

Paper: “Cultural Influences on Late Imperial Russian Diplomacy: A Quest for Origins,” the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies Annual Meeting, Daytona BeachFL, March 2002.

Caron, Simone

Paper: “Surviving a Turbulent Decade in Reproductive Health: Planned Parenthood of Rhode Island, 1965-1975,"”Annual Conference on Women'’ History, MeredithCollege, March 2002.

 

Lockyer, Angus E.

Paper (invited): “State, Subject, and Spectacle: The Promise and Pitfall of Exhibitions,” “Rethinking the Restoration: New Approaches to theBakumatsu-Meiji Transition,” conference, YaleUniversity3 November 2001.

Presentation: “From Osaka 1970 to Aichi 2005: Exposition, Environment, Development,” American Society of Environmental History annual meeting, Denver,23 March 2002.

Paper: “The Economics of Identity: Expositions, Entertainment, and Late Meiji Japan,” Association of Asian Studies annual meeting, WashingtonDC4 April, 2002.

Presentation: “Expo FascismWhat to do with Japan in the 1930s,” invited, Princeton24 April 2002.

 

Villagomez, Cynthia J.

Paper:“Nestorian Monasteries as Economic Foundations in the Last Sasanian World,” Durham UniversityUnited Kingdom, March 2002.

Paper:“Muslim Court Culture in Medieval Sicily,” Medieval Studies Conference, KalamazooMI(NO DATE GIVEN)

Williams, Alan J.

Paper:“Reading Memoirs,” Texts of Testimony: Autobiography, Life-Story Narratives and the Public Sphere conference, LiverpoolEngland, 23-25 August, 2001.

Paper:“Revolutionary Identities, Revolutionary Selves,” 48th Annual Meeting, Society for French Historical Studies, TorontoCanada, April 11-13.

Presenter:“Revolution and Changing Identities in France, 1787-1799,” Alliance Francaise de Chicago, 12 July, 2001.

III. EDITORSHIPS, OFFICES, AND CONSULTANCIES (PARTS L, M. AND N)

 

Hendricks, J. Edwin

Consultant, Manuscript History of Beaver Creek Plantation by Judge Peter Hairston of Coolemee Plantation.(Gratis)

 

Sinclair, Michael L.

Consultant, National Endowment for the Humanities China projects, 30-40 hours.

Informal consultant to local agencies, businesses and journalists in regard to China and Southeast Asia.

IV. EXTERNAL GRANTS RECEIVED (PART J)

 

Hendricks, J. Edwin

$1000WFU History, Archie K. Davis Fellowship

Lockyer, Angus E.

$16,000“Japan at the Exhibition, 1867-2005,” social Science Research Council/Japan

Society for Promotion of Science.

 

Williams, Alan J.

$3,250French Revolution Summer Seminar, NEH