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Faculty Publications: Economics, History, Political Science

Arnold, Lawrence (Emeritus Faculty)

Dr. Lawrence Arnold taught History from 1968-1988. 

The Cromwellian Settlement of County Dublin 1652-1660
Arnold, L. (1971) "The Cromwellian Settlement of County Dublin 1652-1660". Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 101(2):146-153.

The Manor of Lucan and the Restoration Land Settlement, 1660-1688
Arnold, L. (1967, Sept.) "The Manor of Lucan and the Restoration Land Settlement, 1660-1688." Dublin Historical Record 21(4):139-143.

Baker, Laura

Dr. Baker teaches History; her research focuses on U.S. urban history, cultural history, and history education.

Why Fitchburg? The 1969 Free Speech Fight at Fitchburg State
Baker, L. (2012). "Why Fitchburg? The 1969 Free Speech Fight at Fitchburg State". Sixth Biennial Urban History Association Conference, New York City, October 2012.

Civic Ideals, Mass Culture, and the Public: Reconsidering the 1909 Plan of Chicago
Baker, L. (2010, Nov.) “Civic Ideals, Mass Culture, and the Public: Reconsidering the 1909 Plan of Chicago.” Journal of Urban History 36(6):747-770.

Budd, Eric

Dr. Budd teaches Political Science courses and has a personal research interest in international relations and peace studies.

Elveren, Adem

Töngür, Ü., & Elveren, A. Y. (2015). Military Expenditures, Income Inequality, Welfare and Political Regimes: A Dynamic Panel Data Analysis. Defence & Peace Economics, 26(1), 49-74. doi:10.1080/10242694.2013.848577

Töngür, Ü., & Elveren, A. Y. (2016). The impact of military spending and income inequality on economic growth in Turkey. Defence & Peace Economics, 27(3), 433-452. doi:10.1080/10242694.2014.925324

Jewell, Katherine

Dead As Dixie: The Southern States Industrial Council and the End of the New South, 1933-1964
Jewell, K. (forthcoming) Dead As Dixie: The Southern States Industrial Council and the End of the New South, 1933-1964. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

America in Motion: Video Clips for U.S. History
Jewell, K. (2011) America in Motion: Video Clips for U.S. History, William Lombardo, ed. (DVD and Companion Guide). New York: Bedford/St. Martin’s. *Writer and Media Researcher, Editor.

Railroads and Industrialization
Jewell, K. (2010) Railroads and Industrialization. In E. Blum, et al, eds. Major Conflicts in American History: A Documentary Encyclopedia. New York: Facts on File.

A Missouri Railroad Pioneer: The Life of Louis Houck (book review)
Jewell, K. (2009) Review of A Missouri Railroad Pioneer: The Life of Louis Houck. The Southern Historian, University of Alabama. Vol. 30:131-132.

Lieberman, Benjamin

Dr. Lieberman teaches History courses; his research focuses on ethnic cleansing, genocide, and the Weimar Republic. 

Ethnic Cleansing in the Greek-Turkish Conflicts from the Balkan Wars through the Treaty of Lausanne: Identifying and Defining Ethnic Cleansing
Lieberman, B. (2003). Ethnic cleansing in the Greek-Turkish conflicts from the Balkan wars through the Treaty of Lausanne: Identifying and defining ethnic cleansing. in Steven Bela Vardy and T. Hunt Tooley, eds., Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe, 181-187.

From Economic Miracle to Standort Deutschland: Exchanging Economic Metaphors in the Federal Republic of Germany
Lieberman, B. (2000). From Economic Miracle to Standort Deutschland: Exchanging Economic Metaphors in the Federal Republic of Germany. German Politics and Society 18. 30-65.

Paul, John

Reeves, Rene

The Guatemala Reader: History, Culture, Politics (book review)
Reeves, R. (forthcoming) Book review of Greg Grandin, Deborah T. Leveson, and Elizabeth Oglesby, eds., The Guatemala Reader: History, Culture, Politics, in The Americas.

From Household to Nation: The Economic and Political Impact of Women and Alcohol in Nineteenth-Century Guatemala
Reeves, R. (in press) “From Household to Nation: The Economic and Political Impact of Women and Alcohol in Nineteenth-Century Guatemala,” in David Carey, ed. Distilling the Influence of Alcohol: Guatemala and Aguardiente. Gainesville: University Press of Florida. 162-219.

Intoxicating Politics: Rum, Free Trade, and the Transition to Liberal Rule in Nineteenth-Century Guatemala
Reeves, R. (2001, Oct.) “Intoxicating Politics: Rum, Free Trade, and the Transition to Liberal Rule in Nineteenth-Century Guatemala,” SECOLAS Annals XXXIII:5-13.

Una descripción de archivos selectos en las tierras altas del occidente de Guatemala
Reeves, R. & Grandin, G. (1996, Dec.) “Una descripción de archivos selectos en las tierras altas del occidente de Guatemala,” Mesoamérica 32:397-407.

Spero, Josh

Dr. Spero teaches political science courses, serves as the director of the REDI Institute and has research interests focused on comparative foreign policy in Europe and Eurasia, post-Communist transitions and transitioning nations.

International and Conflict Studies Keynote Speaker: Dr. Monica Duffy Toft
Spero, J. (2012, March) “International and Conflict Studies Keynote Speaker: Dr. Monica Duffy Toft.” Center for Teaching and Learning Newsletter. Fitchburg, MA: Fitchburg State University.

REDI Serving Our University and North Central Massachusetts Community
Spero, J. (2012, Feb.) “REDI Serving Our University and North Central Massachusetts Community.” Center for Teaching and Learning Newsletter. Fitchburg, MA: Fitchburg State University.

Russia Military Strategy toward Central-East Europe
Spero, J. (2010) “Russia Military Strategy toward Central-East Europe” in Stephen Blank and Richard Weitz, eds. The Russian Military: Today and Tomorrow: Essays in Memory of Mary Fitzgerald. London & Croton-on-Hudson, NY: Strategic Studies Institute & Hudson Institute.

Great Power Security Dilemmas for Pivotal Middle Power Bridging
Spero, J. (2009, April) Great Power Security Dilemmas for Pivotal Middle Power Bridging. Contemporary Security Policy 30(1):147-171.

American Military Challenges in the Next U.S. Presidency
Spero, J. (2004, Summer) American Military Challenges in the Next U.S. Presidency. The Polish Quarterly of International Affairs 13(3):35-51.

Paths to peace for NATO's partnership in Eurasia
Spero, J. (2003) Paths to peace for NATO's partnership in Eurasia. in J. Sperlin, S. Kay & S. Papscosma, (Eds.) Limiting institutions? The challenge of Eurasian security governance. (166-184) Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003.

Looking Beyond NATO and EU Enlargement: Northeastern Europe and Russian Security Dynamics
Spero, J. (2003) Looking Beyond NATO and EU Enlargement: Northeastern Europe and Russian Security Dynamics. In A. Sabina & M. Auger (Eds.) The Translantic Relationship: Problems and Prospects. (104-114). Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Thomas, Teresa F.

Dr. Thomas teaches history.  Her research focus is American foreign relations, immigration history, and modern Mediterranean history focused on Italy and Lebanon.

Retrospective Review: Giuseppe Grava and Giovanni Tomasi
Thomas, Teresa (2012) News on the Rialto: Newsletter for Studies on Venetian History, Brigham Young University, Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation.

The Druze
Thomas, Teresa (2008) Encyclopedia of the Modern World, London: Oxford University Press.

The Brown Decision and the Civil Rights Movement in Mid-century
Thomas, Teresa (2005). Brown v. Board of Education, a Teaching Unit, Washington D.C.: The College Board

Charles Francis Adams Jr.; Francis Washburn
Thomas, Teresa (2000). Encyclopedia of the American Civil War, eds. David and Jeanne Heidler. NY: ABC-CLIO

Richard W. Murphy; Raymond Hare
Thomas, Teresa (1997). Notable United States Ambassadors Since 1775: A Biographical Dictionary, ed. Cathal Nolan. Greenwood Press, 30-36 and 270-276.

Book review of Robert D. Kaplan "The Arabists: The romance of an American elite.
Thomas, Teresa (1995). Middle East Journal 49(1) 157-159.

From Orientalism to professionalism: United States Foreign Service officers in the Middle East since 1946. The training and foreign policy role of State Departmen Arabists [dissertation].
Thomas, Teresa (1996). Clark University. Available in FSU Archive: DS63.1 T52 1996

Williams, Susan