JOYCE S. GOLDBERG

Associate Professor

 

History 1311                   History 3348

             

              Education

              Teaching Experience

             Fields of Study

             Current Research

             Courses Taught

             Honors and Awards

             Major Publications

             UTA Links

             Diplomatic History 
                        Research Links

 

Address: Department of History
                Box 19529
                University of Texas at Arlington
                Arlington, Texas 76019-0529

Office: 330 University Hall

Office Hours  

E-Mail: goldberg@uta.edu

Fax: 817-272-2852

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Indiana University, 1981
M.A. Indiana University, 1974
B.A. Indiana University, 1972

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Associate Professor, University of Texas-Arlington; 1986-
Assistant Professor, University of Texas-Arlington; 1982-1986
Assistant Professor, University of Vermont; 1981-1982
Assistant Professor, Miami University of Ohio; 1980-1981
Instructor, Southern Illinois University; 1979-1980
Instructor, Indiana University; 1979
Instructor, Catholic University of Chile; 1978
Instructor, Indiana University; 1977

FIELDS OF STUDY

United States history
United States foreign relations
United States military history
West European history since 1789

CURRENT RESEARCH

“Twisting the Lion’s Tail: 
The Venezuela Boundary Dispute and the Transatlantic Rapprochement, 
The United States and Great Britain, 1889-1899”

COURSES TAUGHT

The United States, 1607-1865--------------------------- (History 1311)
The United States, 1865-Present----------------------- (History 1312)
The Study of History ------------------------------------- (History 3300)
American Foreign Relations, 1775-1913 ------------ (History 3348)
American Foreign Relations, 1913 - Present ------ (History 3349)
Military History of the United States ---------------- (History 3356)
The United States in Vietnam, 1945-1975 ----------- (History 3361)
Colloquium in 19th Century U. S. History --------- (History 5301)
Colloquium in 20th Century U. S. History --------- (History 5302)
Research Seminar in 19th Century U. S. History -- (History 5321)
Research Seminar in 20th Century U. S. History -- (History 5322)

HONORS AND AWARDS

Phi Beta Pi Recognized Teacher, UTA, 2010

Carnegie Foundation Teacher of the Year Nominee, 2009

The Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, UTA, 2008

Elbert D. Thomas Essay Award; Utah Historical Society, 1988

Outstanding Teacher; UTA Honors Program, 1986

Gertrude Golladay Award for Outstanding Teaching; UTA College of Liberal Arts, 1985

Organized Research Fund Award; UTA, 1984

Fulbright-Hays Research Fellowship Award; 1977-1978

Susan O'Kell Memorial Award for Distinguished Teaching; 1976

History Travel Grant; Indiana University,1973

Women's Studies Travel Grant; Indiana University,1973

Charles Edison Youth Foundation Scholarship; 1972-1973

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS

Books:

The Baltimore Affair;
University of Nebraska Press, 1986.

Essays on Liberty and Federalism: The Shaping of the U.S. Constitution;
edited with David Narrett; Texas A & M University Press, 1988.

Articles:

"Patrick Egan,"
American National Biography, Oxford University Press, John Garraty, ed.; 1998.

"The Destruction of the USS Maine,"
The Book of Days, Pierian Press, Ann Arbor, 1988, pp. 94-96.

"Elbert D. Thomas, FDR, and American Neutrality,"
Mid-America, Vol. 68. #1, (January 1986), pp. 35-50.

"Consent to Ascent: The 'Baltimore' Affair and the U.S. Rise to World Power Status,"
The Americas, Vol. XLI, #1 (July 1984),pp. 21-35.

"The Heroic Image of a Pennsylvania Sailor,"
The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, CIV:1 (Jan. 1980), pp. 74-85.

"Patrick Egan: An Irish-American in Chile,"
Eire-Ireland, XIV:3 (Fall 1979), pp. 83-95.

"The Trumbulls of Connecticut: Gringo Friends of Chile,"
Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 44:3 (July 1979),pp. 80-87.

Book Chapter:

"Expansion and Diplomacy After the Civil War, 1865-1898,"
Chapter Ten in Guide to American Foreign Relations Since 1700, Robert L. Beisner, ed., ABC-CLIO;
2003.

UTA LINKS

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