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Curriculum Vitae
Neil T Jumonville
July 19, 2013

General Information
University address: History
College of Arts and Sciences
Bellamy Building 0416
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2200

E-mail address: njumonville@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1987 Ph.D., Harvard University. Major: History of American Civilization.
1983 A.M., Harvard University. Major: History.
1979 M.A., Columbia University. Major: History.
1977 B.A., Reed College. Major: Economic Thought.

Professional Experience
2000–present William Warren Rogers Professor of History, History, Florida State University.
1998–2000 Professor, History, Florida State University.
1993–1998 Associate Professor, History, Florida State University.
1990–1993 Assistant Professor, History, Florida State University.
1987–1990 Lecturer, History and Literature, Harvard University.
1985–1988 Resident Tutor in History at Dunster House, Harvard University.
1986–1987 Instructor, History and Literature, Harvard University.
1982–1986 Teaching Fellow, History and Literature, Harvard University.
1980–1981 Editorial Intern, The Nation Magazine, New York, NY.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Teaching Incentive Program (TIP) Award, Florida State University (1997).

University Teaching Award, Florida State University (1994).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Historical Association

Organization of American Historians



Teaching
US Intellectual History and US Since 1945.
Courses Taught
Humor and the American Mind (AMH5645)

Humor and the American Mind (Graduate Section) (AMH-5645)

Seminar on Liberalism and Conservatism in Amer Thought (HIS6934-01)

The United States Since 1945 (AMH5278)

US Intellectual History I: To 1880 (AMH-4331)

US Intellectual History I: To 1880 (Graduate Section) (AMH5336)

US Since 1945 (Graduate Section) (AMH-5278)

Historical Methods (HIS6059)

US Intellectual History II: From 1880 (AMH4332)

US Intellectual History II: From 1880 (Graduate Section) (AMH-5336)

History of Privacy (HIS6934-15)

Seminar on the New York Intellectuals (HIS6934-06)

Seminar on American and European Intellectual History (HIS6934-06)

History of American Civilization (AMH-1000)

Life of the Mind in America: American Studies Mov't (AMS 3810)

Science and American Political Culture (HIS5932-02)

Seminar in American Historiography (HIS6934)

Seminar on US Intellectual History (HIS6934-04)



New Course Development
Seminar on LIberalism and Conservatism in Amer Thought (2010)

Seminar on the History of Privacy (2009)

Seminar on the New York Intellectuals (2006)

Seminar on American and European Intellectual History (2005)

Science and American Political Culture (2000)

Humor and the American Mind (2000)

Humor and the American Mind (Graduate Section) (2000)

Seminar on US Intellectual History (1995)

Life of the Mind in America: American Studies Movement (1993)

Life of the Mind in America: American Studies Mov't (Grad) (1993)

Seminar in American Historiography (1992)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Versen, C., graduate. (2006).

Berk, P., graduate. (2005).

McCook, M., graduate. (2005).

Golden, J., graduate. (2003).

Harris, G., graduate. (2003).

Buitron, R., graduate. (2002).

Carr, M., graduate. (2002).

Thompson, G., graduate. (2002).

George, A., graduate. (2000).

McMahon, S., graduate. (2000).

Parr, S., graduate. (2000).

Proctor, D., graduate. (1994).

Darby, D. R., doctoral candidate.

Edmonds, W. T., doctoral candidate.

Ortiz, R., doctoral candidate.

Shubitz, S. M., doctoral candidate.

Haridopolos, M., doctoral candidate. (2015).

Clark, M., doctoral candidate. (2014).

Harper, B. F., doctoral student.

Bennett, J., doctoral student. (2015).

Seafield, P., doctoral student. (2015).

Holmes, D., doctoral student. (2013).



Doctoral Committee Member
Carlson, J. R., graduate. (2010).

Oliver, A. L., graduate. (2010).

Mannarino, T., graduate. (2003).

Schmidt, K., graduate. (1994).

Gibson, J. M., doctoral candidate.

Henderson, J., doctoral candidate.

Karnisky, R. B., doctoral candidate.

Whitney, H. E., doctoral candidate.

Luke, T. L., doctoral student.

Monroe, R. E., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Dickerson, D. E., graduate. (2011).

Bunch, R., graduate. (2011).

Welch, T., graduate. (2011).

Appling, L. T., graduate. (2010).

Spilker, J. D., graduate. (2010).

Bernert, R. A., graduate. (2009).

Phares, J. E., graduate. (2009).

Reynolds, A. J., graduate. (2009).

Van Orden, K. A., graduate. (2009).

Cortese, K., graduate. (2009).

Huang, H., graduate. (2009).

Marshall, H., graduate. (2009).

Rashid, F., graduate. (2008).

Sappe, R., graduate. (2008).

Steinbrink, J. W., graduate. (2006).

Grey, C., graduate. (2006).

Louis, N., graduate. (2006).

Marshall, H., graduate. (2006).

Nesbitt, W., graduate. (2006).

Yazbeck, B., graduate. (2006).

Akers, R. R., graduate. (2004).

Stallings, S., graduate. (2004).

Steinbrink, J., graduate. (2004).

Brown, J., graduate. (2003).

Meredith, S., graduate. (2002).

Retief, G., graduate. (2002).

Akers, R., graduate. (2001).

Allen, M., graduate. (2000).

Austin, K., graduate. (2000).

Frantz, T., graduate. (1999).

Lehnes, J., graduate. (1999).

Neyhouse, T., graduate. (1999).

Clarke, D., graduate. (1998).

DeMeester, K., graduate. (1998).

Martin, C., graduate. (1998).

Martin, C., graduate. (1997).

Shaeffer, C., graduate. (1997).

Jewett, K., graduate. (1996).

Shippe, J., graduate. (1996).

Westman, L. A., graduate. (1996).

Hight, M., graduate. (1995).

Stroupe, C., graduate. (1995).

Kryzteski, L., graduate. (1994).

McAdoo, P., graduate. (1994).

Watson, J., graduate. (1994).

Barbara, A., graduate. (1993).

Clarke, J., graduate. (1993).

Strout, L., graduate. (1993).

Cortese, C. N., doctoral candidate.

Hoang, H. K., doctoral candidate.

Maguire, D. R., doctoral candidate.

Ortolano, S. N., doctoral candidate.

Rashid, F., doctoral candidate.

Soppe, R. E., doctoral candidate.

Welch, T. J., doctoral candidate.

Bengford, T. J., doctoral candidate. (2011).

Bunch, R. M., doctoral candidate. (2011).

Master's Committee Chair
Bennett, J. J., graduate. (2010).

Shubitz, S. M., graduate. (2009).

Swaisgood, D., graduate. (2008).

Vandegrift, M., graduate. (2008).

Childs, A., graduate. (2007).

Hornback, K., graduate. (2007).

LeFlem, M., graduate. (2007).

Clark, M., graduate. (2006).

Darby, D., graduate. (2005).

Hosmer, C., graduate. (2005).

Edwards, C., graduate. (2004).

Seafield, P., graduate. (2004).

Hillman, T., graduate. (2003).

Nelson, H., graduate. (2003).

Carnely, D., graduate. (2000).

Mezzano, M., graduate. (1999).

Carr, M., graduate. (1998).

Pierce, W., graduate. (1998).

Hartlaub, A., graduate. (1996).

Bosquet, S., graduate. (1995).

Braswell, J., graduate. (1995).

Ellerson, A., graduate. (1995).

Young, A., graduate. (1995).

Carpenter, M., graduate. (1993).

Emonds, B., graduate. (1993).

Smith, K., graduate. (1993).

Stanovich, M., graduate. (1993).

Miller, E., student. (2012).

Kritzer, E. M., student. (2011).

Master's Committee Member
Holmes, D. A., graduate. (2011).

Bacon, R. J., graduate. (2010).

Eller, M. K., graduate. (2009).

Meter, A. E., graduate. (2009).

Attaway, J. A., student. (2011).

Uhler, K. A., student. (2011).



Bachelor's Committee Chair
Diao, A., graduate. (2010).

Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Jumonville, N. T. (2000–2002). National Humanities Center Professional Development Leadership Seminar. National Humanities Center.

Research and Original Creative Work
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
US Intellectual History, US Since 1945, American Studies.

Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Jumonville, N. T. (2012). Learn This Forward but Understand It Backward. Journal of the History of Ideas, 72(1), 147-62.
Jumonville, N. T. (2008). The Complexity of Moral History: Reply to Cotkin. Journal of the History of Ideas, 69(2), 317-322.

Refereed Journal Articles
Jumonville, N. T. (2002). The Cultural Politics of the Sociobiology Debate. Journal of the History of Biology, 35(3), 569-593.
Jumonville, N. T. (1996). The Origin of Henry Steele Commager's Activist Ideas. The History Teacher, 29(2), 223-241.
Jumonville, N. T. (1990). The New York Intellectuals' Defence of the Intellect. Queen's Quarterly, 97(2), 290-304.
Jumonville, N. T. (1989). The New York Intellectuals and Mass Culture Criticism. Journal of American Culture, 12(1), 87-95.

Refereed Books
Jumonville, N. T. (1999). Henry Steele Commager: Midcentury Liberalism and the History of the Present. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Jumonville, N. T. (1990). Critical Crossings: The New York Intellectuals in Postwar America. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Edited Books
Jumonville, N. T. (Ed.). (2007). The New York Intellectuals Reader. Routledge.
Jumonville, N. T., & Mattson, K. (Eds.). (2007). Liberalism for a New Century. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Jumonville, N. T. (2007). Liberal Tolerance at Middle Age. In Neil T. Jumonville, & Kevin Mattson (Eds.), Liberalism for a New Century (pp. 90-102). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Jumonville, N. T., & Mattson, K. (2007). Liberalism: Past and Future Tense. In Neil T. Jumonville, & Kevin Mattson (Eds.), Liberalism for a New Century. Berkeley: University of California.
Jumonville, N. T. (2004). Polemics, Open Discussion, and Tolerance. In M. J. Cotter (Ed.), Sidney Hook Reconsidered (pp. 225-44). Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books.
Jumonville, N. T. (1997). Henry Steele Commager's Activist History. In J. P. Diggins (Ed.), The Liberal Persuasion (pp. 277-300). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Jumonville, N. T., & Flexner, S. B. (1997). Talkin' 'bout My Generation. In Stuart Berg Flexner, & Anne H. Soukhanov (Eds.), Speaking Freely: A guided Tour of American English from Plymouth Rock to Silicon Valley (pp. 221-229). New York: Oxford University Press.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Jumonville, N. T. (2006). Henry Steele Commager: American Public Intellectual. In Herbert F. Vetter (Ed.), Notable American Unitarians. Harvard Square Library. Retrieved from http://www.harvardsquarelibrary.org/unitarians/indexl.html

Refereed Encyclopedia Entries
Jumonville, N. T. (2002). Henry Steele Commager. In Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives (Vol. 5). New York: Scribner's.
Jumonville, N. T. (2001). The Role of the Intellectual. In M. K. Cayton, & P. Williams (Eds.), Encyclopedia of American Cultural & Intellectual History (Vol. 3, p. 225-236). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Refereed Reviews
Jumonville, N. T. (2007). David S. Brown, Richard Hofstadter: An Intellectual Biography (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006). Journal of American History, 238-239.
Jumonville, N. T. (2004). John Lewis Gaddis, The Landscape of History: How Historians Map the Past (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002). Journal of American History, 1419-1420.
Jumonville, N. T. (2001). William Palmer, Engagement With the Past: The Lives and Works of the World War II Generation of Historians (Lexington: University of Kentucky, 2001). Journal of American History.
Jumonville, N. T. (1997). Gregory Sumner, Dwight MacDonald and the Politics Circle: The Challenge of Cosmopolitan Democracy (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1996). American Historical Review.
Jumonville, N. T. (1994). Martin Shefter, ed., Capital of the American Century: The National and International Influence of New York City (New York: Russell Sage, 1993). Journal of American History.
Jumonville, N. T. (1993). Martin Staniland, American Intellectuals and African Nationalists, 1955-1970 (New Haven: Yale, 1991). Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 527, 197-198.
Jumonville, N. T. (1992). Melvin Landsberg, ed., John Dos Passos' Correspondence with Arthur K. McComb (Niwot: Univ Colorado, 1991). Journal of American History.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Jumonville, N. T. (presented 2009, November). John Patrick Diggins Retrospective. Paper presented at Second Annual US Intellectual History Conference, Society for U.S. Intellectual History, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC. (National)
Jumonville, N. T. (presented 2002, October). Polemics, Open Discussion, and Tolerance. Paper presented at Sidney Hook Reconsidered: A Centennial Celebration, CUNY Graduate Center, CUNY Graduate Center. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Jumonville, N. T. (presented 2010, October). The Curious Case of Privacy. Paper presented at Third Annual US Intellectual History Conference, Society for US Intelllectual History, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC. (National)
Jumonville, N. T. (presented 2001, June). Determinism in Human Nature from William Graham Sumner to Edward O. Wilson. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of Cheiron, International Soc. for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Indiana University. (National)
Jumonville, N. T. (presented 1995, January). Henry Steele Commager and Appropriate Anticommunism. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, American Historical Association, Chicago Hilton. (National)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Jumonville, Neil T (PI). (Dec 2006–Jun 2008). Walbolt Graduate Fellowship. Funded by FSU Foundation. Total award $8,012.

Articles in General Intellectual Publications
Jumonville, N. T. (1988). Laments for the Last Intellectual. Boston Review 13(6), pp. 11-14.
Jumonville, N. T. (1985). Die New Yorker Intellektuellen Schreiben Ihre Eigene Legende. Die Zeit (Hamburg, Germany), no. 41, pp. 18-19.
Jumonville, N. T. (1984). In Their Own Hand: Memoirs of the New York Intellectuals. Boston Review 9(5), pp. 22-24.
Jumonville, N. T. (1981). Diversity Among Evangelicals. New York Times, p. A15.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Chair, Humanities Area Committee (2002–2008).
Member, University Promotion and Tenure Committee (2003–2008).
Member, Arts and Sciences Promotion and Tenure Committtee (2002–2008).
Committee Member (often Chair), Humanities Area Promotion and Tenure Committee (2002–2008).
Member, Library Committee (1995–2003).
Member, Search Committee for New Director of the Library (2000–2001).
Chair, Arts and Sciences Teaching Incentive Program Committee (1999).
Member, Search Committee for New Head of Special Collections (1997).
Member, Dean of Arts & Sciences Search Committee (1995).

FSU College Service
Proposal evaluator, AHPEG Committee (2004).

FSU Department Service
Chair, Department of History (2002–present).
Chair, Faculty Search Committee (2001–2002).
Chair, Faculty Search Committee (1999–2000).
Chair, Faculty Search Committee (1998–1999).

FSU Institute or Center Service
Member, Steering Committee, FSU Center for Humanities and Society (2010–present).

The Profession
Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities (2009).
American Historical Association (2007–2008).
National Endowment for the Humanities (2006).

Service to Other Universities
Tenure Review, Catholic University (2010).
Tenure Review, Arizona State University (2010).
Tenure Review, University of Missouri St. Louis (2008).
Tenure Review, St Olaf College (1996).

The Community
Discussion Leader, Community Leaders' Discussions on the impending war in Iraq, Florida Council for the Humanities (2003).
President, President, Harvard Club of Tallahassee (1993–2002).
Member of the national Steering Committee, 1996-2001, Board Member and journalist, History News Service (1996–2001).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Jumonville, N. T. (1997–2003). Civil Rights Law Collection.


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