David Brundage

TitleProfessor,
History Graduate Program Director
DivisionHumanities Division
DepartmentHistory Department
AffiliationsCommunity Studies Program,
Critical Race and Ethnic Studies,
Merrill College
Phone831-459-4645 (office),
831-459-2555 (message)
Email
Office222 Stevenson College
Office HoursFall 2014: Monday, 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM and by appointment
Campus Mail StopStevenson Academic Services
Mail1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA
95064
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Research Interests

U.S. immigration and working-class history, with a particular focus on the Irish experience in America; ethnicity and race in U.S. history, including the history of movements for racial justice; Irish history and politics.

Biography, Education and Training

B.A. Reed College
M.A. University of Warwick
Ph.D. UCLA

Honors, Awards and Grants

President, Southwest Labor Studies Association, 2008-2012
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend, 2009
UCSC Social Sciences Outstanding Teaching Award, 1997
Choice Magazine outstanding academic book, 1995

Selected Publications

Irish Nationalists in America: The Politics of Exile, 1798-1998 ( Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2015).

"Allegiance, Dual Citizenship and the Ethnic Influence on U.S. Foreign Policy," in Ronald Bayor (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the History of American Immigration and Ethnicity (Oxford University Press, 2014). Also available on Oxford Handbooks Online.

“Matilda Tone in America: Exile, Gender, and Memory in the Making of Irish Republican Nationalism,” New Hibernia Review 14 (Spring 2010): 96-11.

“Recent Directions in the History of Irish American Nationalism,” Journal of American Ethnic History 28 (Summer 2009): 82-89.

“American Labor Union” and “Gilded Age,” in Eric Arnesen (ed.), Encyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working Class History (Routledge, 2007), 1:91-93, 2:521-27.

“American Labour and the Irish Question, 1916-1923,” Saothar: Journal of the Irish Labour History Society 24 (1999): 59-66.

"Irish Progressive League" and “Knights of Labor,” in Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas (eds.), Encyclopedia of the American Left, 2nd ed. (Oxford University Press, 1998), 387, 417-19.

"'In Time of Peace, Prepare for War': Key Themes in the Social Thought of New York's Irish-American Nationalists, 1900-1916," in Ronald H. Bayor and Timothy J. Meagher (eds.), The New York Irish (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996), 321-34.

The Making of Western Labor Radicalism: Denver's Organized Workers, 1878-1905 (University of Illinois Press, 1994). (Selected by Choice Magazine as one of the "outstanding academic titles" of the year.)

"After the Land League: The Persistence of Irish-American Labor Radicalism in Denver, 1897-1905," Journal of American Ethnic History 11 (Spring 1992): 3-26.

Who Built America? Working People & the Nation's Economy, Politics, Culture & Society, with Bruce Levine et al. (2 volumes, Pantheon, 1989-92).

"Irish Land and American Workers: Class and Ethnicity in Denver, Colorado," in Dirk Hoerder (ed.), "Struggle a Hard Battle": Essays on Working-Class Immigrants (Northern Illinois University Press, 1986), 46-67.

"The Producing Classes and the Saloon: Denver in the 1880s," Labor History 26 (Winter 1985): 29-52.

Courses Taught

HIS 80X: The Civil Rights Movement: Grassroots Change and American Society
HIS 123: Immigrants and Immigration in U.S. History
HIS 166: Northern Ireland: Communities in Conflict
HIS 190Z: The Long Civil Rights Movement
HIS 201: Directed Research Colloquium
HIS 215C: Topics in American History: U.S. Immigration and Ethnic History