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Curriculum Vitae

of

LEO P. RIBUFFO


1750 Irving St. NW

Washington, DC 20010

Tel.: 202-667-2166 (h), 202-994-6469 (o)

Email: ribuffo@gwu.edu


EDUCATION
A. B. (1966) Rutgers University
M. Ph. (1969), Ph. D. (1976) Yale University
Newberry Library Mini-Institute in Quantitative Methods

George Washington University, 1981



ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
Society of the Cincinnati George Washington Distinguished Professor of History,

George Washington University, 1999-present


Visiting Professor, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, intersession 2006-2007
Professor of History, George Washington University, 1985-1999
Visiting Professor of American Studies, Yale University, Spring semester, 1988
Associate Professor of History, George Washington University, 1979-85
Assistant Professor of History, George Washington University, 1973-79
Assistant Professor of History, Bucknell University, 1972-73
Acting Instructor, History and American Studies, Yale University, 1970-72

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS
Organizations of American Historians, Merle Curti Prize for best book in American intellectual history (1985)
American Council of Learned Societies, fellowship (1993)
National Endowment for the Humanities, fellowship (1994), summer stipend (1984, 1989)
Organization of American Historians-Japanese American Studies Association, Short-term residency, Sophia University, Tokyo, June 2006

PUBLICATIONS
The Old Christian Right: The Protestant Far Right from the Great Depression to the Cold War (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1983)
Editor, Contemporary America, special issue of American Quarterly Spring-Summer, 1983
Right Center Left: Essays in American History (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1992)
"'Pluralism' and American History," Dissent, Winter, 1971
"The Plausible and the Wacky," Nation, Sept. 20, 1971
"The Long Cold War," Nation, May 20, 1972
"That $1000 Income Grant," New Republic, Nov. 23, 1972
"Fascists, Nazis, and American Minds: Perceptions and Preconceptions," American Quarterly, Oct., 1974
"Abusing the Fifties," Worldview, Nov. 1973; reprinted in Annual Editions in American History, 1975-76
"Watergate and Mugwumps," Dissent, Winter, 1974
Review of Charles Martin, The Angelo Herndon Case and Southern Justice, in Southern Exposure, Summer, 1977
"Panthers and Bulldogs--Revisited," (review of John Taft, Mayday at Yale), in Dissent, Fall 1977.
Review of Roy Hoopes, Americans Remember the Home Front and Allan M. Winkler, The Politics of Propaganda, in Worldview, Aug., 1979
"The Energy Crisis and the Analogue of War," Dissent, Fall, 1979
"B Minus," (review of Frances FitzGerald, America Revised) in Dissent, Spring, 1980

"Henry Ford and The International Jew," in American Jewish History, June, 1980


"Liberals and That Old-Time Religion," Nation, Nov. 29, 1980
"Jesus Christ as Business Statesman: Bruce Barton and the Selling of Corporate Capitalism,” American Quarterly, Summer, 1981
"Monkey Trials, Old and New," Dissent, Summer, 1981
"United States v. McWilliams: The Roosevelt Administration and the Far Right," in M. R. Belknap, American Political Trials (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1981)
"Communism and Anti-Communism in America," Humanities, April, 1984
"Viewing the Fifties from the Eighties," Reviews in American History, Sept., 1984
"The FDR Tradition: Shadow Boxing," Dissent, Winter, 1985
"Warren I. Susman as a Teacher of Undergraduates," in Irene Fizer, ed., In Memory of Warren I. Susman, 1927-1985 (New Brunswick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1986)
"Jimmy Carter," in Frank Magill, ed., Great Lives from History: A Biographical Survey (Pasadena: Salem Press, 1987)
"Change and Continuity: The Presidency in Historical Perspective," The World and I, Jan. 1988
"Nativism and Religious Prejudice," in Charles Lippy and Peter Williams, ed., Encyclopedia of the American Religious Experience (New York: Scribner's, 1987)
"Jimmy Carter and the Ironies of American Liberalism," Gettysburg Review, Autumn 1988
"Jimmy Carter: Beyond the Current Myths," Magazine of History, Summer-Fall 1989
"God and Jimmy Carter," in M. L. Bradbury and James B. Gilbert, ed., Transforming Faith: The Sacred and the Secular in Modern American History (Westport, Ct.: Greenwood Press, 1989)
"Is Poland a Soviet Satellite? Gerald Ford, the Sonnenfeldt Doctrine, and the Election of 1976," Diplomatic History, Summer, 1990
Review of Richard Fried, Nightmare in Red, in Dissent, Summer 1990
"How to Win Votes and Influence Congress," in Reviews in American History, Sept. 1991
"George Bush," Richard Nixon," "Ronald Reagan," in Eric Foner and John Garraty, ed., The Reader's Companion to American History (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1991)
"American Fundamentalism to the 1950s: A New Yorker’s Guide," in Lawrence Kaplan, ed., Fundamentalism in Comparative Perspective (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 1992)
"God and Contemporary Politics," Journal of American History, March, 1993
"Jimmy Carter and the 'Selling of the President,' 1976-1980," in Herbert Rosenbaum and Alexej Ugrinsky, ed., Keeping Faith: The Presidency and Domestic Policies of Jimmy Carter (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1993)
Why Is There So Much Conservatism in the United States and Why Do So Few Historians Know Anything About it?" American Historical Review, April 1994
"The Election of 1976," in Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., ed., Running for President (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1994)
"God and Man at Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Berkeley, Etc.," Reviews in American History, March 1995
"Religion, Politics, and the Latest Christian Right," Dissent, Spring 1995
"Dwight Eisenhower," "Gerald R. Ford, Jr.," "Barry Goldwater," "Eugene McCarthy," " George McGovern," in Stanley Kutler, ed., Encyclopedia of the Vietnam War (New York: Scribner's, 1996)
"Cultural Shouting Matches and the Academic Study of American Religious History," in Bruce Kuklick and D. G. Hart, ed., Religious Advocacy and American History (Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1997)
"The Newting of America," Public Historian, Summer 1997
"From Carter to Clinton: The Latest Crisis of American Liberalism," American Studies International, June 1997
"Malaise Revisited: Jimmy Carter and the Crisis of Confidence," in John Patrick

Diggins, ed., The Liberal Persuasion (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1997)


"There They Go Again: Change and Continuity in American Liberalism," Reviews in American History, Sept. 1997
"Rural? Radical?" Reviews in American History, Dec. 1997
"Promise Keepers on the Mall." Dissent, Winter 1998
"Religion and American Foreign Policy," National Interest, Summer 1998, republished with updating as “Religion in the History of U. S. Foreign Policy,” in Elliott Abrams, ed., The Influence of Faith: Religious Groups and U. S. Foreign Policy (Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001)
“Confessions of an Accidental (or Perhaps Overdetermined) Historian,” in Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn, Reconstructing History (New York: Routledge, 1999)
The Defender, 1925-1981” in Ronald Lora and William Henry Longton, ed., The American

Conservative Press in the Twentieth-Century (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1999)
“Religione e politica esetra americana: Storia di un rapporto complesso,” Novecento [University of Bologna] #2, 2000
“What Is Still Living in ‘Consensus’ History and Pluralist Social Theory?” American Studies International, February 2000
“Jimmy Carter,” “Ronald Reagan,” “Energy Crisis of the 1970s,” in Paul Boyer, ed., The Oxford Companion to American History (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001)
“Will the Sixties Never End? Or Perhaps at Least the Thirties? Or Maybe Even the Progressive Era?” Contrarian Thoughts on Change and Continuity in American Political Culture at the Turn of the Millennium,” in Peter J. Kuznick and James Gilbert, ed., Rethinking Cold War Culture (Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001)
“What Is Still Living in the Ideas and Example of William Appleman Williams?” Diplomatic History, Spring 2001
“An Empire, Then a Republic?” Diplomatic History, Fall 2001
“Religion” in Alexander DeConde, et al, ed, Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy (2d edition, New York: Charles Scribner’s, 2002)
“One Cheer for this Military Intervention, Two Cheers for Cosmopolitan Isolationism,” Journal of the Historical Society, Spring 2002
“The Discovery and Rediscovery of American Conservatism Broadly Conceived,” OAH

Magazine of History, January 2003
“American Fascism,” “Conservatism,” and “Neoconservatism,” in Stanley Kutler, ed., Dictionary of American History (New York: Charles Scribner’s, 2003)
“Conservatism and American Politics,” Journal of the Historical Society, Spring 2003
“1974-1988,” in Stephen J. Whitfield, ed., A Companion to Twentieth-Century America (Boston: Blackwell, 2004)
“Moral Judgments and the Cold War: Reflections on Reinhold Niebuhr, William Appleman Williams, and John Lewis Gaddis,” in Ellen Schrecker, ed., Cold War Triumphalism: The Misuse of History after the Fall of Communism (New York: New Press, 2004)
“The American Catholic Church and Ordered Liberty,” Historically Speaking, September-

October 2004


“If We Are All Multiculturalists Now, Then What?” Reviews in American History, December

2004
“Gerald B. Winrod: From Fundamentalist Preacher to ‘Jayhawk Hitler,” in Virgil W. Dean, ed.,



John Brown to Bob Dole: Movers and Shakers in Kansas History (Lawrence: University

Press of Kansas, 2006)


“Family Policy Past as Prologue: Jimmy Carter, the White House Conference on Families, and the Mobilization of the New Christian Right, Review of Policy Research,” March 2006
“George W. Bush, the ‘Faith-Based Presidency,” and the Latest ‘Evangelical Menace,’” Journal of American and Canadian Studies (Japan), # 24 (2006); Chinese translation in Religion and American Society (Shanghai) #4 (2008)
“Religion and American Politics,” Humanities (Tokyo), March 2008
“Ain’t It Awful? You Bet. It Always Is,” forum on the historical profession in the twenty-first century in Donald A. Yerxa, ed., Recent Themes on Historians and the Public (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2009)
“The American Catholic Church and Ordered Liberty,” in Randall J. Stephens, ed., Recent Themes in American Religious History (Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2010)
“Twenty Suggestions for Studying the Right Now that Studying the Right is Trendy,”

Historically Speaking, January 2011
Brief reviews in Academe, American Historical Review, American Studies International, Christian Century, Criminal Justice History, Georgia Historical Review, In These Times, Journal of American History, Journal of Church and State, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Journal of Southern History, New York Newsday, Northwest Historical Quarterly, Pacific Historical Review, Philadelphia Inquirer, Presidential Studies Quarterly, Religious Studies Review, San Jose Mercury-News

WORK-IN-PROGRESS
The Limits of Moderation: Jimmy Carter and the Ironies of American Liberalism

TEACHING
Undergraduate and graduate courses in recent US history, American intellectual history, and American foreign policy history
Advised twenty-eight dissertations in American political, intellectual, and diplomatic history, fourteen of which have been published: JoAnn E. Argersinger, Toward a New Deal in Baltimore (University of North Carolina Press, 1988), John Maxwell Hamilton, Edgar Snow (Indiana University Press, 1988), Thomas A. Kolsky, Jews Against Zionism: The American Council for Judaism, 1942-1948 (Temple University Press, 1990), George D. Moffett, III, The Limits of Victory: The Ratification of the Panama Canal Treaties (Cornell University Press, 1985), Edward J. Sheehy, The US Navy, the Mediterranean, and the Cold War, 1945-1949 (Greenwood Press, 1992), John Ehrman, The Rise of Neoconservatism (Yale University Press, 1995), Allida M. Black, Casting Her Own Shadow: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Shaping of Postwar Liberalism (Columbia University Press, 1996), David Marley, Pat Robertson: An American Life (Rowman and Littlefield, 2007), Andrew Hartman, Education and the Cold War (Palgrave, 2008), Victoria Grieve, The Federal Art Project and the Creation of Middle Brow Culture (University of Illinois Press, 2009), Sarah K. Mergel, Conservative Intellectuals and Richard Nixon (Palgrave 2009), Earl Tilford, Air Force Search and Rescue Operations in Southeast Asia 1961-1975 (Center for Air Force History, 1981), Christopher Bright, Continental Defense in the Eisenhower Era: Nuclear Antiaircraft Arms and the Cold War (Palgrave, 2010), Kristen Gwinn, Emily Greene Balch: The Long Road to Internationalism (University of Illinois Press, 2010)
Cyber op eds on intellectual history, religion, and politics for the History News Network, Society for United States Intellectual History, and Religion and Ethics Newsweekly


PAPERS, LECTURES, AND PANELS
"What is Radical History?" American Historical Association., 1969
"Toward an Open Classroom in the Teaching of History," Univ. of Bridgeport, SUNY at Brockport, 1970
Commentator, Wesleyan Univ. faculty seminar
"The Future of American Religious History," Church History Society, 1971
"Peter Viereck: A Little Right of 'Vital Center,'" Mount Holyoke College, 1974
"From Emerson to Oral Roberts: Mind Cure and Faith Healing in America," Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1975
"Gerald L. K. Smith: The Making of an Anti-Semite," American Academy of Religion, 1975; Northwestern Univ., 1982; Univ. of California, Riverside, 1982; Colgate Univ., 1983
"Henry Ford and The International Jew," Indiana Univ., 1976; joint meeting of American-Jewish and American-Italian Historical Associations, 1977; Univ. of Munich, 1998
"Hearts and Minds: Putting Vietnam Behind Us," American Film Institute, Kennedy Center, 1976
"Gerald L. K. Smith, American Liberals, and Civil Liberties," Southwest Social Science Association., 1977
"The Brown Scare: A 'Paranoid Style' in American History," Southern Historical Association, 1977
"The Roosevelt Administration and the Far Right," Organization of American Historians, 1979
"Panic in Year Zero," in lecture series, "Aesthetics and Agony: Images of Nuclear War in Film," sponsored by SANE Education Fund and Pennsylvania Council on the Humanities, LaSalle Univ., 1981
"It Can't Happen Here: Novel, Federal Theatre Production, and (Almost) Movie," Conference on New Deal Culture, George Mason Univ. and National Archives, 1981
Chair, "The Historian and the Political Arena," Organization of American Historians, 1981
Chair and commentator, "Crowds and Masses: Images of Collective Behavior," Popular Culture Association., 1982
"The New Christian Right in Historical Perspective," California State Univ. at Fullerton, 1982; New College of Univ. of South Florida, 1984; SUNY at Brockport, 1985; Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1985; Centro Lincoln (USIA), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1985; Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County, 1986; Queen's Univ., Ontario, Canada, 1986; Yale Univ., 1987; Univ. of Lagos and Univ. of Ibadan, Nigeria, 1990; Labor Studies Center, Univ. of the District of Columbia, 1993; Wesleyan Univ., 1998; Ethics and Public Policy Center, 2000, Duchess County Community College, 2002
"The Far Right in the 1930s," National Museum of American History, 1984

"Warren Susman's Methodology," Organization of American Historians, 1986


"Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, and the Rise of the American New Right," Univ. of Bombay, India, 1986
"God and Ronald Reagan," Queen's Univ., Ontario, Canada, 1986
"Jimmy Carter and the Ironies of American Liberalism," American Historical Association., 1986; Twentieth Century Historians Group, Woodrow Wilson Center, 1987
Commentator, "Visions of Depression America: The New Deal Cultural Programs and their Critics," Organization of American Historians, 1987
"God and Jimmy Carter," Conference on "Transforming Faith: The Sacred and Secular in Modern American History," Univ. of Maryland, 1987; SUNY at Brockport, 1989; Univ. of Nigeria at Nsukka and Awolowo Univ., Nigeria, 1990
Chair and commentator, "Sources of Political Support for Twentieth-Century Rightwing Movements," Social Science History Association, 1987
"Is Poland a Soviet Satellite? Gerald Ford, the Sonnenfeldt Doctrine, and the Election of 1976," Organization of American Historians, 1988
"American Fundamentalism: A Guide for New Yorkers," Symposium on World Fundamentalism, City College of New York, 1988
Commentator, "American Christians and Jews," American Historical Association, 1988
Panelist, "Origins of the Cold War," Conference on American Historiography, Institute of the USA and Canada, Soviet Academy of Sciences, Moscow, USSR, 1989
"God and the American Presidency," keynote address, Nigerian American Studies Association, Jos, Nigeria, 1990; Ethics and Public Policy Center, 2000
"Jimmy Carter and the 'Selling of the President,' 1976-1981," Presidential Conference: Jimmy Carter, Hofstra Univ., 1990
Commentator, "Extremism Reconsidered," Organization of American Historians, 1991
Panelist, "Art and Politics: The '50s/'80s Parallel," Brody's Art Gallery, Washington, DC, 1991
Chair and commentator, "Marginalizing Dissent: The State, the Market, and Political Expression in 20th-Century America," American Studies Association, 1991
"Teaching the Cultural History of the Thirties," Organization of American Historians, 1992
Commentator, "The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s," Southern Historical Association, 1992
"Religion and American Politics," Univ. of Groningen, The Netherlands, 1992
"Malaise Revisited: Jimmy Carter and the Crisis of Confidence," American Historical Association, 1992; American University, 1993; Univ. of Notre Dame, 1993; Northwestern Univ., 1993; Columbia Univ., 1994
"Re-Rethinking the Right," Social Science History Association, 1993
"'Mainstreaming' American Religious History," Univ. of Notre Dame, 1993
"'I'll Whip His Ass': Jimmy Carter, Edward Kennedy, and the Latest Crisis of American Liberalism," Organization of American Historians, 1994
"Confessions of an Accidental (or Perhaps an Overdetermined) Historian," Wheaton College conference on advocacy and the writing of history, 1994
Commentator, "Jimmy Carter: The Making of a Foreign Policy President," Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, 1994
"Rediscovering the Populist Wheel," Catholic Univ., 1994
Commentator, "Identity and Origins of Far Right Politics in the United States: Race and Gender from the 1930s to the 1960s," American Historical Association, 1995
"From Carter to Clinton: The Latest Crisis of American Liberalism," Organization of American Historians, 1996
Panelist, "Charles Guggenheim's The Shadow of Hate," American Film Institute, Kennedy Center, 1996
"Varieties of the American Right, 1929-1964: A Framework, a Complaint, and Some Free Advice," Conference on "From Redemption to Reaganism: American Conservatism in Historical Perspective," Princeton Univ., 1996
"Southern Fried McGovern? Jimmy Carter from Plains to the Presidency," St. George Tucker Society, Emory Univ., 1996
"The American Christian Right Since 1945," Conference on Political, Social, and Cultural Change: The United States and Germany in Comparative Perspective," Academy for Political Studies, Tutzing, Germany, 1997
"Jimmy Carter, the White House Conference on Families, and the Mobilization of the New Christian Right," Conference on The Carter Presidency: Policy Choices in the Post-New Deal Era, Jimmy Carter Library, 1997
"Conservatism and Liberalism in U. S. Politics: The Case of the Christian Far Right," Korean Society of American History, Seoul, Korea, 1997
"Corruption and Reform in U. S. Politics," Chungnam National Univ., Korea, 1997
"Idealism and Realism in United States Foreign Relations," Conference on "Idealism versus Realism in U. S. Society," Haeinsa, Korea, 1997
"Prolegomena to Any Future Study of Religion and American Foreign Relations," Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1998
"What is Still Living in 'Consensus' History and Pluralist Social Theory?" American Historical Association, National Museum of American History, 1998
Panelist, "Bringing God Back to American History," American Univ., 1998
"The Clinton Scandals," Brookings Institution, 1998
“Bill Clinton in Historical Perspective,” The Historical Society, 1999
Chair and Commentator, “New Perspectives on the Carter Presidency,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, 1999
“Will the Sixties Never End? Or Perhaps at Least the Thirties? Or Maybe Even the Progressive Era? Contrarian Thoughts on American Political Culture at the Turn of the Millennium,” Fourth Conference on the Americas, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, 1999
Commentator, “The Legacies of William Appleman Williams: Beyond Diplomatic History,” Organization of American Historians, 2000
Commentator, “New Light on the Carter Era,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, 2000
Chair, “U. S. Government Response,” Conference on the American Response to the Armenian Genocide, Holocaust Museum and Library of Congress, 2000
Panelist, “The Presidential Election,” Brooking Institution, 2000
“What is Post-Cold War Triumphalism and Where Do We Find It?” American Historical Association, 2001
Chair and Commentator,” Revisionism Revisited,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, 2001
“When Were the ‘Seventies’ and Why Does It Matter?” Fifth Conference of the Americas, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, 2001
“Morality, Moralism, and the Cold War: Reflections on Reinhold Niebuhr, William Appleman Williams, and John Lewis Gaddis,” International Center for Advanced Studies, New York University, 2002
Panelist, “The Soul of American Foreign Policy,” American Enterprise Institute, 2002
“Religion and American Foreign Policy,” University of Leipzig, Germany, 2002
“Conservatism and American Politics,” American Historical Association, 2003
“Sinclair Lewis’s Elmer Gantry as Novel and Film: The Image of the Fundamentalist Minority in the 20's and the ‘50s,” World Vernacular Colloquium, University of the Americas, Puebla, Mexico, 2003
Commentator, “David Riesman and the Masculinity Crisis of the 1950s,” Catholic University, 2004
“The Election of 2000,” Brookings Institution and Smithsonian Institution, 2004
“God and George W. Bush,” Congress of the Americas, Monterrey, Mexico, 2004

University of Nanjing, China 2005


Chair and panelist, “The Rediscovery of American Conservatism,” American Historical Association, 2007
“Writing about Jimmy Carter as if he was Andrew Jackson: The Carter Presidency in (Deep) Historical Perspective, Conference on the Thirtieth Anniversary of Carter’s Inauguration, University of Georgia, 2007
Chair and commentator, “Varieties of Conservatism in the Twentieth Century,” Organization of American Historians, 2007
Panelist, “Evangelicals and Foreign Policy,” Council on Foreign Relations, 2007
Commentator, “A Re-evaluation of the Diplomacy of Jimmy Carter,” Society for the Historians of American Foreign Relations,” 2008
“The Historical Relationship Between Religion and U. S. Foreign Policy,” Chicago Council on

Global Affairs, 2008


“If American Conservatism Didn’t Get Going Until the ‘60s, ‘70s, and ‘80’s, How Come the 80th Congress Passed the Taft-Hartley Act Instead of National Health Insurance?” Social Science History Association, 2008
“The Menace of Theological Determinism: How to Study Religion and American Foreign Policy Now that the Subject is (Almost) Cool,” Conference on Religion and American Cold War Foreign Policy, Cambridge University, UK, 2009
“Barack Obama and American Political Traditions,” Center for American Studies, Argentina, 2009, Duchess Community College, 2012
Commentator, “John Milton Cooper’s Woodrow Wilson,” Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 2009
“At Least Read the Whole Thing: Jimmy Carter’s Notorious Notre Dame Speech and the ‘Inordinate Fear of Communism,’” American Historical Association, 2010
“Seventeen Suggestions for Studying the Right Now that Studying the Right is Trendy,”

Organization of American Historians, 2010


Commentator, “American Political Parties,” Historical Society, 2010
Chair/commentator, “To Serve Mankind: Wars, Faith, and U. S. Foreign Policy,” U. S. Intellectual History Group, 2010
Commentator, “Sacred Politics: Rethinking the Rise of the Religious Right, American Historical Association-American Society for Church History, 2011
Chair, “Educating for Empowerment: Lessons of the Christian Education Network of

Israel and Palestine,” Middle East Dialogue Conference sponsored by the Policy Studies Organization, 2011


Chair/commentator, "Behavior, Personality, and Self in 20th Century American Social Thought," Society for U. S. Intellectual History, 2011
Panelist, "2011 in Retrospect," Brookings Institution, 2011
Chair/panelist, "Studying the American Right, Center, and Left--All at the Same Time!

American Historical Association, 2013

Chair, "Anti-Drug Protests Across the Atlantic: Black Antidrug Activism in South Africa and the United States, 1980-2010," Alcohol and Drug History Society, 2014

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Book review editor, American Quarterly, 1973-82
Bicentennial Lecture Series, USIA (Voice of America), 1976
Academic adviser to The World of F. Scott Fitzgerald, National Public Radio, 1976-79
Academic adviser to National Geographic filmstrip series on American diplomatic history, 1981
Academic adviser to Pacifica radio series on civil liberties sponsored by DC Council on the Humanities, 1981-83; to Pacifica Bicentennial Edition of the Bill of Rights Radio Education Project, 1987
Testimony before the House of Representatives Subcommittee on Parks and Recreation, 1985 (on establishment of Jimmy Carter historical site), 1986 (on establishment of Richard Nixon historical site)
Outside evaluator, Professional Accomplishments Evaluation Committee, National Air and Space Museum, 1988, 1996
Lecturer and academic specialist, USIA, Nigeria, 1990; Korea, 1997
Book review editor, American Studies International, 1990-1994
Academic adviser, With God on Our Side: The Rise of the Religious Right in America, PBS-TV, 1993-1996
Program consultant, The Carter Presidency: Policy Choices in the Post New Deal Era, Conference at the Jimmy Carter Library, 1997
On screen interview, “The Plot to Overthrow FDR,” The History Channel-TV, 1999
On screen interview, “Failed Presidential Assassinations,” The History Channel-TV, 2000
Academic adviser and on screen interview, The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg, documentary film, 2000
Academic adviser, John Foster Dulles Video Project, 1995-2000
Board of governors, The Historical Society, 1998-2000
National secretary/historian, Phi Beta Delta (international studies honor society), 2004-2005

MEDIA APPEARANCES
1980: "Bill Moyers' Journal," PBS-TV
1981: "Sylvia Rowe Show," WRC-AM (Washington); Inauguration coverage, WBAI-FM

(New York); "Kaleidoscope," WAMU-FM (Washington); "Liberals and Conservatives," WBRU-FM (Providence); "Take Two," CNN-TV


1982: "Sylvia Rowe Show," WRC-AM (Washington)
1984: "Magazine," Voice of America; "AM Canada," Canadian National Television
1985: "Magazine," Voice of America; "Carol Randolph Show," WUSA-TV (Washington)

1986: "Magazine" and "Book World," Voice of America


1987: "USA Tonight," Independent Network News-TV; "Morning Show," Voice of America; "Without Due Process," Pacifica Radio
1988: "Morning Show," Voice of America; "Jim Simon Show," KPIA-AM (Los Angeles)
1990: "Morning Show," Voice of America; "Bev Smith Show," WRC-AM (Washington); "Battle Line," WNTR-AM (Washington)
1991: "The Ten O'clock News," WTTG-TV (Washington); "World Monitor," TLC-TV
1992: "VOA Moments," Voice of America; "Money Politics: Campaign '92," CNBC-TV; "Inside Opinion," CNBC-TV; "News Four," WRC-TV; "The Morton Downey Show," WTOP-AM; Cox Television Network; Chicago Tribune Broadcasting-TV
1993: "Market Wrap," CNBC-TV; Presidential inauguration coverage, C-SPAN; "Weekend Edition," National Public Radio; Chicago Tribune Broadcasting-TV; "Morning News," Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV; "Afternoon Report," News Channel Eight-TV; Austrian National Television
1994: "Morning News," Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV; Hearst Television Network; "Late Line," Australian Broadcasting Corporation-TV; "Focus," WJR-Radio; "Window on the World," U. S. Information Agency-TV; Reuters-TV; "Capital Watch," National Empowerment Television; TFI Television (France)
1995: "Inside Politics," CNN-TV; "Radio News," KDKA-Pittsburgh; Special on Christian Right, WBAI-FM (New York City); Hearst Television Network
1996: "Good Morning Washington," WJLA-TV; CONUS Television Network; "Daytime," MSNBC-TV; WTOP-AM
1997: "Talking to America," "Window on America," Voice of America-TV; "News Four

at Nine," WRC-TV; WTOP-AM; 3AW-Radio, Melbourne, Australia


1998: "Daytime," MSNBC-TV; "Morning News," WRC-TV; WTOP-AM; CBS-Radio Network; "Good Morning with Penny Johnson," Australian Radio Corporation; Dubai Television; "Legal Eagles," WUST-AM; "Public Interest," WAMU-FM and NPR; "Newsmakers," KMOX-AM (St. Louis); "Washington Journal," C-SPAN; "Bev Smith Show," WOL Newstalk Network; "CBS Evening News," CBS-TV; “World News Weekend,” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV, “Jim Bohanon Show,” NBC Radio Network, “World Today,” CJAD Radio (Montreal), WRC-AM Radio
1999: “Newsmakers,” KMOX-AM, “GW Washington Forum,” WRC-AM, “News Four at Five,” WRC-TV, “News Chat,” MSNBC-TV, CBS Radio Network, “Newsworld Report,” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV; “Upfront Tonight,” CNBC-TV, “American Presidents: Jimmy Carter,” C-SPAN

2000: “World Today,” CLAD Radio, “Washington Journal,” C-SPAN, Australian Radio Corporation-Radio, “Religion and Ethics Newsweekly,” PBS-TV, NHK-TV (Japan)

“Newsmakers,” KMOX-AM, “CBS Weekend News Roundup,” CBS-Radio Network
2001: “The World at Six” and “The World This Weekend,” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-Radio, “The Oliver North Show,” Freedom Radio Network, WPVI-TV (Philadelphia),

Polish Public Television, “Washington Journal” (Inauguration Day coverage), C-SPAN, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV, “Newsmakers,” KMOX-AM, “On the Line,” WNYC-AM (New York), WRVA-AM (Richmond)


2002: WRVA-AM, Finnish National Television, “Morning News,” WRC-TV, “The Connection,” National Public Radio, WRVA-AM
2003: “O’Reilly Factor,” Fox-TV, BBC World Service, Radio Free Europe, Swiss Public Radio, Phoenix Television (Hong Kong)
2004: “NBC Nightly News,” NBC-TV, “USA Tonight,” WUSA-TV, Metro Broadcast Services,

“Fox and Friends,” Fox-TV, “Mid-Day,” Minnesota Public Radio, Canadian

Broadcasting Corporation-TV
2005 Canadian Broadcasting Corporation-TV, XM Radio, “Interfaith Voices,” National

Public Radio


2008 “POTUS,” XM Radio, Radio Free Europe, Latvian National Radio, FSN-TV
2009 Associated Press TV
2010 “Northwest Nights,” KIRO-FM (Seattle), Fox News TV, Voice of America
2011 “Americana,” BBC World Service
2012 9/11 Anniversary program, BBC World Service, "Washington Journal," C-SPAN
2013 "Profiles," CNN Radio, al-Jazeera-TV, EFE Radio (Spain),


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