Research & Scholarship
The research and scholarly efforts of our faculty ensure that our students are educated in a vibrant and engaged environment. Recent research and scholarship projects are listed below.
Schweikart, L. E. (2011). What Would the Founders Say? New York, NY: Penguin Group.
Schweikart, L. E., Dougherty, D., Allen, M. (2011). A Patriot’s History Reader. New York, NY: Penguin Group.
Agnew, C. (2011). "Dengzhou and the Bohai Gulf in Seventeenth-Century Northeast Asia." In Hall, K. R. (Ed.), The Growth of Non-Western Cities: Primary and Secondary Urban Networking, c. 900-1900 (pp. 171-194). Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books.
Cadegan, U. M. "Catholic Studies in the Spirit of 'Do Whatever He Tells You.'" In McGuinness, M., Fisher, J. T. (Ed.), A Catholic Studies Reader. New York, NY: Fordham University Press.
Trollinger, W. V., Kallenberg, B. (2011). “Foreward.” Preaching with Heart and Mind. Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock.
Carlson, M. (2011). "Review of Manors and Markets: Economy and Society in the Low Countries 500-1600” (2nd ed., vol. 42, pp. 300-301). Cambridge, MA: Journal of Interdisciplinary History.
Carter, M. "Review of American Crusade: Catholic Youth in the World Mission Movement from World War I through Vatican II” by David J. Endres. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Catholic Historian.
Darrow, D. W. (2011). "Ilya Gerasimov, Modernism and Public Reform in Late Imperial Russia: Rural Professionals and Self-Organization, 1905-30." Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, Palgrave McMillan, 2009. (no. 3 ed., vol. 23, pp. 86-88). London: Revolutionary Russia.
Heitmann, J. A. (2011). “Hitting the Brakes: Engineering Design and the Production of Knowlege” (vol. 12, pp. 680-682). Oxford University Press Journal: Enterprise and Society.
Heitmann, J. A. (2011). “Wheels of Change: From Zero to 600 m.p.h.: The Amazing Story of California and the Automobile” (Summer, 2011 ed., vol. 57, pp. 202-203.). San Diego, CA: Journal of San Diego History.
Merithew, C. A. (2011). In Peter Stearns (Ed.), "Review of Jordan-Stanger Ross, Staying Italian: Urban Change and Ethnic Life in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia" (1st ed., vol. 45, pp. 276-277). New York: Journal of Social History.
Merithew, C. A. (2011). In Bryan Palmer, Trent University (Ed.), "Living the Revolution: Italian Women’s Resistance and Radicalism in New York City, 1880-1940" (vol. 67, pp. 2011). Athabasca University Press: Labour/LeTravail.
Trollinger, W. V. (2011). "Review of Daniel Williams, God’s Own Party: The Making of the Religious Right" (December 2011 ed., vol. 80). Tallahassee, FL: Church History.
Trollinger, W. V. (2011). "Review of Claude Fischer, Made in America: A Social History of American Culture and Character" (September 20, 2011 ed., vol. 128). Chicago IL: Christian Century.
Bednarek, J. R. (Supporting). “Engineering and Design for STEM Teachers.” Sponsored by National Science Foundation, $1,000. (June 2011-August 2013).
Borbonus, D. (Principal). “Grant-in-aid.” Sponsored by University of Dayton Research Institute, $1,000. (May 15, 2011-August 14, 2011).
Borbonus, D. (Principal). “Research Council Seed Grant 2010.” Sponsored by University of Dayton Research Institute, $5,000. (May 15, 2011-August 14, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. (Principal). “Research Council.” Sponsored by University of Dayton, $5,000. (May 15, 2011-August 15, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. (Principal). “EFSI.” Sponsored by University of San Diego, $200. (April 2011).
Merithew, C. A. (Principal). “Global and Local Histories.” Sponsored by Common Academic Program, Humanities Commons, $7,234. (May 2011-December 16, 2011).
Merithew, C. A. (Principal). “After Tenure, What?” Sponsored by Fund for Vocational Exploration, University of Dayton, $2,000. (May 15, 2010-May 15, 2011).
Reid, P. A. (Principal). “John Buchanan’s Maryland: Prelude to Dred Scott.” Sponsored by National Research Council Seed Grant, $6,000. (June 10, 2011-September 10, 2011).
Fleischmann, E. L. (2011). “Des filles d’Orient à l’école de la Mission américaine.” Qantara; magazine des cultures arabe et méditerranéennes, 81, 37-39.
Reid, P. A. (2011). "Margaret Morgan’s Story: A Threshold Between Slavery and Freedom, 1820-1842." Slavery and Abolition/Routledge-Taylor Francis Group.
Bednarek, J. R. (2011). “A Brief History of Airports” (7th ed., vol. 78, pp. 53). Kansas City. MO: APWA Reporter.
Merithew, C. A. (2011). "We Are All Ohio" (vol. Fall 2011). Duke University Press: Labor and Working Class History Newsletter.
Trollinger, W. V. (2011). "Quit Dreaming: The Religious Right is Here to Stay." Ohio Academy of History: Ohio Academy of History Newsletter.
Cadegan, U. M. Daughters of Mary Immaculate General Chapter Open Session, Daughters of Mary Immaculate (Marianist Sisters), University of Dayton. (December 10, 2011).
Cadegan, U. M. “Censorship/Imposing Morality on the U.S..” Annual Spring Meeting, Ohio Academy of History, Denison University. (April 9, 2011).
Carter, M. (2011). “Biographies in the Classroom” (Summer 2011 ed., vol. 29, pp. 91-92). Washington, D.C.: U.S. Catholic Historian.
Carter, M. Lilly Graduate Fellows Program conference, Lilly Foundation, University of Dayton. (May 23, 2011).
Kallenberg, B. J., Trollinger, W. V. (2011). Foreword. Sermons from Mind and Heart: Struggling to Preach Theologically by Rodney Wallace Kennedy. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock Press.
Merithew, C. A. Ohio Academy of History, Ohio Academy of History, Denison University. (April 8, 2011).
Merithew, C. A. “Stalled? Women Faculty, Power, and Politics on Campus.” Colloquium for Research on Women and Gender, University of Dayton, Women’s and Gender Studies, Dayton, Ohio. (March 31, 2011).
Schweikart, L. E. “Rockin’ the Wall Studios.” American Film Market, AFM, Santa Monica, CA. (November 1, 2011).
Trollinger, W. V. “Modernism’s Uncultured Despisers: Protestant Fundamentalism and Catholic Anti-Modernity.”, Organization of American Historians, Houston. (March 18, 2011).
Trollinger, W. V. “Alternative Social Gospels: Unconventional Sources of Protestant Reform in a Transatlantic Context, 1887-1930.”, American Society of Church History, Boston. (January 9, 2011).
Agnew, C. “Marrying Confucius’ Kin: Marriage and Politics in Qufu.” 2011 Joint Conference, Association for Asian Studies and the International Convention of Asia Scholars, Honolulu, HI. (April 2, 2011).
Agnew, C. “Wheat Cultivation and the Princely Estates of Shandong in Late Ming China.” 2011 Annual Meeting, American Historical Association, Boston, MA. (January 7, 2011).
Amin, J. A. “At Fifty in Africa: The US Peace Corps Volunteers.” Association of Third World Studies, Associations of Third World Studies, Salvador Bahia, Brazil. (November 22, 2011).
Bednarek, J. R. “Airports, Noise, and the Limits of Land-Use Planning. “ Fourteenth National Conference on Planning History, Society for American City and Regional Planning History, Baltimore, Maryland. (November 19, 2011).
Bednarek, J. R. “Airport, Hijackers, Technology and the Fourth Amendment. “ Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting Society for the History of Technology, Society for the History of Technology, Cleveland, Ohio. (November 5, 2011).
Borbonus, D. “Funerary Monuments in Augustan Rome.” 112th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Archaeological Institute of America, San Antonio, TX. (January 8, 2011).
Carter, M. “Mathew Carey: The Mind of an Enlightenment Catholic.” Ireland, America, and the Worlds of Mathew Carey, Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (October 27, 2011).
Carter, M. “Enlightened Tensions: Religious Prohibitions in the First U.S. State Constitutions.” Organization of American Historians, Organization of American Historians, Houston, TX. (March 17, 2011).
Darrow, D. W. “Zemstvo Taxation: Procedures and Politics.” 43rd National Convention of the Association for Slavic, East-European and Eurasian Studies, Association for Slavic, East-European and Eurasian Studies, Washington, D.C.. (November 19, 2011).
Darrow, D. W. “Nadel: A History.” XXXVIIth Annual Meeting of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution, Study Croup on the Russian Revolution, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, UK. (January 6, 2011).
Fleischmann, E. L. “At Home in the World: Globalizing Domesticity at Sidon Girls’ School.” Humanitarianism, Nursing, and Missions: How to Study Knowledge Exchanges in a Historical, Transnational Perspective, Norwegian Research Council, Bergen, Norway. (September 23, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. “Why the Humanities in a Flat World.” International Conference in the Humanities, International Journal of the Humanities, Grenada, Spain. (June 8, 2011).
Merithew, C. A. “Perplexities Enough’: Agnes Burns Wieck and the Proletarian Body in the Early 20th Century.” Generations: Exploring Race, Sexuality and Labor Across Time and Space, The Berkshires Conference on the History of Women, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts. (June 12, 2011).
Reid, P. A. “Unintended Consequences: Limiting Citizenship in Maryland’s Early National Period.” Southern Historical Conference, Southern Historical Association, Baltimore, MD. (October 27, 2011).
Reid, P. A. “John Buchanan’s Maryland: Prelude to Dred Scott.” Association for the Study of African American Life and History, ASALH, Richmond, VA. (October 5, 2011).
Reid, P. A. “Unintended Consequences: Restricting Citizenship in Maryland’s Early Republic.” National Council on Black Studies, NCBS, Cincinnati, OH. (March 16, 2011).
Trollinger, W. V. “Survival in a Hostile Time: Catholic Higher Education and the Second Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s.”, American Catholic Historical Association, Boston. (January 8, 2011).
Presentations (Invited Lectures or Addresses)
Agnew, C. “Teaching Sino-American Relations in the 19th Century.” Nanjing University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China. (May 24, 2011).
Carter, M. “Catholicism in the Early National United States.” Arizona State University Honors College, Phoenix, Arizona. (October 16, 2011).
Carter, M. “Mythbusters: That the Pilgrims Founded America.” Public Lecture, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, University of Dayton. (February 16, 2011).
Flockerzie, L. J. “The Third Reich Under Stress,1943.” Ohio Northern University, Ada , Ohio. (November 8, 2011).
Flockerzie, L. J. “A Tale of Two Air Shows: Dayton in 1939.” University of Dayton Annual Humanities Symposium, University of Dayton Annual Humanities Symposium, Sears Recital Hall, University of Dayton. (October 11, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. “Stealing Cars: Technology and Society from the Model T to Today.” Ohio Academy of History - Fall Meeting, Ohio Academy of History, Dayton, OH. (October 15, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. “Economy and Performance: Engineering, Competition, and the Mobil/Gilmore Economy runs.” Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress, SAE, Detroit, MI. (April 14, 2011).
Heitmann, J. A. “Why the Humanities in a Flat World.” Knapp Lecture in the Liberal Arts, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA. (April 5, 2011).
Merithew, C. A. “Most of the Damage.” Humanities Symposium - The Humanities and What Matters, Alumni Chair in the Humanities, University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio. (February 15, 2011).
Reid, P. A. “Nineteenth Century African Americans and Legal Place, Post Civil War.” Ohio Academy of History Conference, Denison University, Denison University. (April 8, 2011).
Trollinger, W. V. “The Role of Religion in our Founding Documents.” Dayton Interfaith Forum, Dayton OH. (September 25, 2011).
Cadegan, U. M. Workshop for Senior Administrators. Lilly Fellows Program in Humanities and the Arts. Samford University, Birmingham, AL. (October 19, 2011).