Stephen E. Maizlish

Associate Professor 

                          On Leave:
               Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
                                                 

                           Education

                           Professional Experience

                          Administrative Experience

                          Current Research
 
                          Fields of Interest

                          Major Publications

                          Courses Taught
 
                          Recent Awards

                          Links

        AddressDepartment of History
                        Box 19529
                        University of Texas-Arlington
                        Arlington, Texas 76019
                        University Hall, Room 313

                        Office Hours  
                        On Leave:
                        Fall 2014 & Spring 2015
                         

        E-Mail:        maizlish@uta.edu

        Fax:             817-272-2852

Due to budgetary constraints history faculty 
no longer have telephones in their offices. 
Please rely on e-mail for contact.

              

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D.  (History) University of California, Berkeley, August 1978
M.A.  (History) University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, August 1968
B.A.   (History) University of California, Berkeley, June 1967

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1984-         Associate Professor (University of Texas at Arlington)
1978-1984 Assistant Professor (University of Texas at Arlington)
1976           Acting Instructor (University of California, Berkeley)

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

2002-2010  History Graduate MA Advisor (University of Texas at Arlington)
2001-2003 Faculty Senate Executive Committee (University of Texas at Arlington)
2000-2001 Chair, College Committee on Tenure and Promotion (University of Texas at Arlington)
1999-2010 History Department Webmaster (University of Texas at Arlington)
1998-1999 Chair, University Faculty Development Leave Committee (University of Texas at Arlington)
1996-2010 Co-Chair, History Department Scheduling (University of Texas at Arlington)
1987-1993 Chair, Walter Prescott Webb Memorial Lectures (University of Texas at Arlington)                                                 
1985-1986 History Graduate Advisor (University of Texas at Arlington)

CURRENT RESEARCH

"'A Strife of Tongues: 
The Compromise of 1850 and
The Ideological Foundations of the American Civil War."

   

FIELDS OF INTEREST

Antebellum America; Civil War and Reconstruction;
United States Political History

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

Books:

The Triumph of Sectionalism:
            The Transformation of Ohio Politics, 1844-1856.
                        (Kent: Kent State University Press, 1983).

Edited Books:

Co-Editor, Essays on Africa and the African Diaspora.
                       (College Station: Texas A&M Press, 1996).
Co-Editor, New Perspectives on Race and Slavery in America.
                       (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 1986).
Co-Editor, Walter Prescott Webb and the Teaching of History.
                        (College Station: Texas A&M Press, 1985).
Co-Editor, Essays on American Antebellum Politics, 1840-1860.
                        (College Station: Texas A&M Press, 1982).

Articles:

"Salmon P. Chase," in American National Biography 
              (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999), 10 pages.
"Salmon P. Chase: The Roots of Ambition and the Origins of Reform"
              The Journal of the Early Republic, Spring, 1998.
"Ohio and the Rise of Sectional Politics,"
             in Andrew R. L. Cayton and Jeffery B. Brown, editors,
             The Pursuit of Public Power (Kent: Kent  State University
             Press, 1994).
"Race and Politics in the Antebellum Northern Democracy,"
             in New Perspectives on Race and Slavery in America.
"The Meaning of Nativism and the Crisis of the Union,"
             in Essays on American Antebellum Politics, 1840-1860.

COURSES TAUGHT

The United States, 1607-1865 -------------------------- (History 1311)
The United States, 1865-Present ------------------------ (History 1312)
The Study of History  -----------------------------------  (History 3300)
The Coming of the Civil War  ---------------------------  (History 3324)
Civil War and Reconstruction ---------------------------  (History 3325)
Colloquium in Nineteenth-Century U. S. History --------  (History 5301)
Research Seminar in Nineteenth-Century U. S. History -- (History 5321)
Issues and Interpretations in American History ----------- (History 5340)

RECENT AWARDS

Faculty Development Leave, 2010-2011
                 University of Texas--Arlington

Travel and Professional Development Award, 2009
                College of Liberal Arts, University of Texas-Arlington

Outstanding New Advisor--Faculty Academic Advisor, 2004
                National Academic Advising Association

Outstanding Academic Advisor--Faculty Graduate Academic Advisor, 2003-2004
                University of Texas--Arlington

LINKS

UTA 

UTA Library

UTA Library--History Guides

UTA Department of History                                              

UTA Department of History Faculty

Links to articles of general interst

Liberal Arts Education: "What Are You Going to Do With That?"

Student Loan Crisis: A Generation Hobbled

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