Daniel Kowalsky
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    Interests

    Danny Kowalsky was born in Burns, Oregon in 1966. He read history and classics with Joseph Fracchia at the University of Oregon, before taking an MA in European history at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, where he studied with Robert Kern and Charles McClelland. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, working under the tutelage of Stanley G. Payne. The doctorate in hand in spring 2001, he took successive lecturing posts in the history departments at Washington University in St Louis, The American University in Cairo and the University of Bristol. He became a permanent member of the Queen's staff in summer 2005.

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    Relevant Websites

    Stalin and the Spanish Civil War Interactive e-book published by Columbia University Press, 2004
    www.gutenberg-e.org/kod01/ (access with user: coy password: empire)


    La Unión Soviética y la Guerra Civil Española: Una revision crítica Castilian version of revised dissertation, published by Editorial Crítica, 2003
    www.ed-critica.es/detalles_libro_sinopsis.php?ID=689


    Articles published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2000-2002
    http://chronicle.com/jobs/news/archives/fp/authors/daniel_kowalsky/fp_articles.html


    History in Dispute: The Spanish Civil War New anthology of the Spanish conflict, co-authored with Kenneth W. Estes Published by St. James Press in January 2005
    www.gale.com/pdf/samples/toc24945.pdf

    Research Statement

    A specialist in 20th-century Spain and interwar diplomatic history, Danny's thesis focused on Soviet involvement in the Spanish Civil War, and was awarded the American Historical Association's Gutenberg-e Prize in 2001. The revised manuscript was recently published on both sides of the Atlantic: with Columbia University Press, and Editorial Crítica. He has published an anthology of new research on the Spanish Civil War for St. James Press and has begun researching and writing on fringe cinema during the democratic transition in Spain. In addition, Danny is the series editor for the Soviet volumes on British documents on foreign affairs. He is preparing a short volume entitled Decree and power, an expansion of his earlier work on Soviet intervention in the Spanish Civil War. In addition to his teaching and publication schedule, Danny is a regular participant in research seminars at Paris IV/Sorbonne, the Cañada Blanch Centre/London School of Economics, the Casa Velazquez-Madrid, and the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies in the United States. As a guest speaker, he has appeared at universities throughout Europe, North America, Africa and Oceania.

    Teaching

    Dr Daniel Kowalsy teaches on the following programmes / modules:

    110MHY101 Introduction to History 1
    History and Memory of the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939 (HIS3013)
    History and Memory of the Spanish Civil War

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