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Kotlowski, Dean

Faculty, History

Holloway Hall (HH) 343
410-543-6527 or ext 36527
djkotlowskisalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • HIST 250-151 AMERICA IN THE 1970'S
    Archie Bunker, bellbottoms, The Exorcist, Nixon, Grease, and disco--the 1970's conjure memories of such personalities, fads, and other pop cultural phenomena. This introductory course surveys American history during the so-called Me Decade using films, documentaries, readings, discussions, lectures, and primary sources to explore political, diplomatic, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural trends. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education Requirement IIB.
  • HIST 250-152 AMERICA IN THE 1970'S
    Archie Bunker, bellbottoms, The Exorcist, Nixon, Grease, and disco--the 1970's conjure memories of such personalities, fads, and other pop cultural phenomena. This introductory course surveys American history during the so-called Me Decade using films, documentaries, readings, discussions, lectures, and primary sources to explore political, diplomatic, economic, social, intellectual, and cultural trends. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education Requirement IIB.
  • HIST 438-001 AMERICA IN GREAT DEPRESSION
    The songs “Brother Can You Spare a Dime” and “Happy Days Are Here Again” caught the despair and hope of Americans during the 1930s. This course considers American society, politics and culture during the 1930s. The first half explores the Crash of 1929, the social impact of the Depression, and the effectiveness of the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations in handling the national emergency. The second half explores aspects of the New Deal era: the experience of minorities, women and workers, the arts and popular culture. Prerequisite: HIST 330 or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • HIST 538-191 AMERICA IN GREAT DEPRESSION
    The songs Brother, Can You Spare a Dime and Happy Days Are Here Again caught the despair and hope of Americans during the 1930's. This course considers American society, politics and culture during the 1930's. The first half explores the Crash of 1929,social impact of the Depression, and the effectiveness of the Hoover and Roosevelt administrations in handling the national emergency. The second half explores aspects of the New Deal era: the experiences of minorities, women and workers, the arts and popular culture. Three hours per week.
  • HIST 629-002 INDIV RESEARCH/HISTORIOGRA
    Specialized historiography and/or research course for graduate students (either thesis or non-thesis options). May be taken only once. Prerequisite: Consent of the graduate director. Three hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • HIST 102-006 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 102-009 WORLD CIVILIZATIONS
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from prehistoric times to the present emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual and political trends motivating human beings. Note: 101 and 102 do not have to be taken in sequential order. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education IIA or IIB (Prior to Fall 2008: IIA).
  • HIST 405-001 U.S. IN THE 20TH CENTURY I
    Progressivism to 1945. Study of the major political, diplomatic, economic, intellectual and social forces that shaped America during the first part of the 20th century, including the Progressive Movement, World War I, Roaring ’20s, Great Depression and World War II. Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • HIST 511-091 U.S. IN THE 20TH CENTURY I
    Progressivism to 1945. Study of the major political, economic, intellectual and social forces that shaped America during the first part of the 20th century, including the progressive movement, World War I, Roaring Twenties, Great Depression and World War II. Three hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2009). 
Breaching the paper walls: Paul V. McNutt & Jewish refugees to the Philippines, 1938-1939 
Diplomatic History, 
33(5), 
865-896. 
Kotlowski, D. 
(2008). 
A matter of justice: Eisenhower & the beginning of the civil rights revolution. 
International Social Science Review, 
83(3/4), 
205-207. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2008). 
Hillary Rodham Clinton: Polarizing First Lady. 
International Social Science Review, 
83(1/2), 
109-110. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2008). 
From backlash to bingo: Ronald Reagan & federal Indian policy. 
Pacific Historical Review, 
77(4), 
617-652. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2007). 
From my cold, dead hands: Charlton Heston & American politics. 
Pacific Historical Review, 
76(4), 
660-662. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2006). 
Nixon's business: Authority and power in presidential politics. 
Business History Review, 
80(3), 
584-587. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2006). 
Out of the woods: The making of the Maine Indian Claims Settlement Act. 
American Indian Culture & Research Journal, 
30(4), 
63-97. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2005). 
With all deliberate delay: Kennedy, Johnson, & school desegregation 
Journal of Policy History, 
17(2), 
155-192. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2004). 
The last lonely shore: Nature, man, & the making of Assateague Island National Seashore 
Maryland Historical Magazine, 
99(2), 
165-195. 
Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2004). 
Burying Sergeant Rice: Racial justice & Native American rights in the Truman era 
Journal of American Studies, 
38(2), 
199-225. 
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Kotlowski, D. J. 
(2003). 
"The Jordan is a hard road to travel": Hoosier responses to fugitive slave cases, 1850-1860 
International Social Science Review, 
78(3 & 4), 
71-88. 

Awards(s)

Dean Kotlowski (2010). Distinguished Faculty Award - Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD.
Dean Kotlowski (2008-2009). Fulbright Scholar Award - U. S. Dept. of State, Council for International Exchange of Scholars.

Book(s)

Kotlowski, D. (2001) Nixon's Civil Rights: Politics, Principle, and Policy Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Presentations

Kotlowski, D. J. (2009). Resisting Nazism: Paul V. McNutt, the Office of U. S. High Commissioner, & Jewish refugees in the Philippines, 1938-1939. Presented at the Twenty-Ninth Annual Conference on the Holocaust & Genocide. Presented at Millersville University, Millersville, PA.
Kotlowski, D. J. (2009). Affirmative action in the past: The case of the Nixon administration. Presented at the Conference on "Fences & Walls in International Relations." Presented at Washburn University, Topeka, KS.
Kotlowski, D. J. (2009). A new nation or not? Paul V. McNutt, Manuel L. Quezon, & the reexamination of Philippine independence, 1937-1939. Presented at Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Falls Church, VA.

Book Chapters

Goldstein, J. & Kotlowski, D.J. (2013). The Jews of Manila: Manuel Quezon, Paul McNutt, and the Politics and Consequences of Holocaust Rescue. Hutter, Manfred (Eds.), Between Mumbai and Manila: Judaism in Asia since the Founding of the State of Israel. (123-138.) Gottingen, Germany: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht Unipress/Bonn University Press.
Kotlowski, D.J. (2013). Finding Havens to Save Lives: Four Case Studies from the Jewish Refugee Crisis of the 1930s. Ingelaere, Bert, et al. (Eds.), Genocide, Risk and Resilience: An Interdisciplinary Approach. (164-177.) New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Kotlowski, D. J. (2008). Alcatraz, Wounded Knee, & Beyond: The Nixon & Ford Administrations Respond to Native American Protest. R. L. Nichols (Eds.), The American Indian: Past & present, 6th ed. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
Kotlowski, D. J. (2008). Harry S. Truman. P. Finkelman & T. Garrison (Eds.), Encyclopedia of United States Indian policy & law Washington, D. C.: Congressional Quarterly Press.
Kotlowski, D. J. (2007). Native American self-determination: From Nixon to Reagan. P. Davies & I. Morgan (Eds.), America's Americans: Population issues in U. S. society & politics London, U.K.: Institute for the Study of the Americas Press.
Kotlowski, D. (2003). The Election of 1968. B. C. Campbell & W. G. Shade (Eds.), American Presidential Campaigns and Elections Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

Edited Books

Kotlowski, D. J. (2000). The European Union: From Jean Monnet to the Euro Athens, OH: Ohio University Press.

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