University of California, Santa Barbara ,1962-66, Ph.D, December 1966
University of Frankfurt, Germany , Research on Doctorate under
University of Goettingen, Germany Deutscher Akademische Austauschdienst
University of Cincinnati, 1959-60, M.A., Taft Fellow
University of Cincinnati,1955-58, B.A. and B.S.
Wyoming High School, Wyoming, Ohio 1954
University of California Management, Summer, 1980 UCMI Institute, Management Certificate
US-Russian Diplomacy, World War II and Early Cold War, Vietnam, US Multicultural; see below for past and current dissertations directed.
University of California, Berkeley, 1972 to present
Professor, American Diplomatic History
Associate Professor, California Institute for History Education UCB Summer Institute, Faculty Coordinator for US History program for high school teachers 1986
Visiting Professor, Boston University Overseas MA Program in International Relations,
co-head of Bonn Center Diplomatic Program for Diplomats in International Relations 1982-84 Visiting Luce Professor, The Colorado College Sept 1980
M.I.T., Assistant Professor of History 1966-72 Boston University, Lecturer, Russian History 1964-66
Santa Barbara City College, Lecturer in US History 1962-63
University of California Extension 1962-63 University of Hawaii, Lecturer 1960-61
Taft Teaching Fellow, University of Cincinnati 1959-60
Steering Committee, Peace and Conflict Studies, UCB 1985-2001
Board of Trustees, International College of Seville, Seville, Spain 1984-present
Faculty Assistant to the Chancellor, University of California, Berkeley 1980-82 on the Status of Women.
Assistant to Dean, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii 1960-61
California Institute for Study of Higher Education, grant to develop and enhance website for History 16 (American Survey, American Cultures), 1996-97;
Research Assistantship in the Humanities, 1991-2; Slavic Center and Committee on Research grants 1984-1994;
Grant from UC Center for German and European Studies, 1991-1994;
American Cultural Fellow, June 1990; Mediterranean Basin Project (MEDPRO) -- MacArthur Grant, 1986-89;
Humanities Research Grant, 1986-87;
Committee on Educational Development Grant, 1986-87;
1986 IGCC (Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation), principal investigator for course development project, "Soviet-American Relations, 1917-1986," which was placed in Peace and Conflict Studies curriculum and offered annually;
Committee on Educational Development Grant, 1987-88, New Course Development, resulting in fall, 1991 lower division course History 16, a Cultural Diversity Course for fulfilling new Diversity requirement, "The Forging of America: A History of Expansion and the Interaction of Diverse Peoples." (Offered annually)
Phi Beta Kappa; Summa Cum Laude; Pi Delta Epsilon; Pi Sigma Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi; Tau Kappa Alpha: (in academics, speech. journalism, German, education, history).
Member of Society of Historians of American Foreign Affairs (SHAFR);
American Historical Association (AHA);
Organization of American Historians (OAH);
Editorial advisory board for e-mail lists, H-Diplo, H-Russia, and H-German.
1992-1997 IREX Bi-Lateral Study Project on US-Soviet Relations of World War II
Institute for International Studies ( UCB) 2001-present member of Historical Advisory Committee to the State Department (reviews classification issues for on-going Foreign Relations of the United States Series, reports directly to SecState)
(As Dissertation Chair with Title of Publication Based on Dissertation)
Robert L. Messer (Professor, History, University of Illinois, Chicago Circle). The End of the Alliance: James F. Byrnes, Roosevelt, Truman, and the Origins of the Cold War. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1982.
Fraser J. Harbutt (Professor, History, Emory University). The Iron Curtain: Churchill, America, and The Origins of the Cold War. New York: Oxford University Press, 1986.
Juan Dura (Ph.D, 1979, currently President and Director, International College of Seville, Spain). Dissertation Title:United States Policy Toward Dictatorship and Democracy in Spain, 1936-1953: A Case Study in the Realities of Policy Formation.
John J. Yurechko (Ph.D., 1980, Middle East and Mediterranean Planning, Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C.). Dissertation Title: From Containment to Counteroffensive: Soviet Vunerabilities and American Policy Planning.
Robby Cohen (Professor, New York University, New York, NY). When The Old Left Was Young: Student Radicals and America's First Mass Student Movement. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.
Eric M. Bergerud (Professor, History and Political Science, Lincoln University, San Francisco).The Dynamics of Defeat: The Vietnam War in Hau Nghia Province. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1991.
David W. McFadden ( Associate Professor, History, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut). Alternative Paths: Soviets and Americans, 1917-1920. New York: Oxford University Press, 1993.
David S. Fogelsang (Associate Professor, History, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey). America's Secret War Against Bolshevism: U.S. Intervention in the Russian Civil War, 1917-20. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1995.
Maochun Yu (Associate Professor, History, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland). OSS in China: Prelude to Cold War. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996.
Betty A. Dessants (Ph.D ,1995, Associate Professor, History, Shippensburg College, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania). Dissertation Title: The American Academic Community and United States-Soviet Union Relations: The Research and Analysis Branch and Its Legacy, 1941-1947.
John Drabble (Ph.D 1996, Director of American Studies Program, Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey). Dissertation Title: COINTELPRO-WHITE HATE, the FBI, and the Cold War Political Consensus.
Christopher Vaughan (Ph.D, 1997, Associate Professor, Journalism, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, Californai). Dissertation Title: Obfuscating A New Other, Defining A New Self: Public Discourse and Colonization of the Philippines, 1898-1908.
David Engerman (Ph.D, 1998 Assistant Professor, Brandeis University). Dissertation Title: America, Russia, and the Romance of Economic Development.
Ron Lopez (Ph.D. 1999, Chairman, Department of Chicano and Latin American Studies, Laney College, Oakland, CA). Dissertation title: The Battle for Chavez Ravine: Mexican Americans and Public Policy in Los Angeles, 1945-1962. N. Bruce Pickering. (Ph.D, 1998, Dissertation Title: Passage Through Armageddon: Nuclear Weapons and American Foreign Policy, 1945-1954.
Max Friedman. (Ph.D. 2000, Assistant Professor, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida). Dissertation title: Nazis and Good Neighbors: The United States Campaign against the Germans of Latin America in World War II.
Daniel Garcia. (Ph.D. 2004, Dissertation Title: Free Trade Unionism in the Third World: The National Security State and American Labor in Asia, 1948-1975).
Lubna Qureshi, subject matter, The United States, Chile, and the Allende Intervention
History 16 syllabus
History 16 web site
The Diplomatic Subdirectory
History 130A: American Diplomatic History, 1492-1904
History 130B - Fall 2005
History 103D: War and Mediation: the Vietnam Wars in History, Film, TV, Press, and Story
History 280D: From Chaos to Order: The United States, Japan and Germany,1943-1963
History 280D - Fall 2005: Vietnam War Perspectives
Yalta. Oxford University Press, 1970.
Yalta. Paperback edition, Fall, 1972, rep. 1978.
Keynote article, "Yalta: Conference of Victory and Peace." Yalta: Un Mitto Che Resiste. Rome: Edizioni Dell 'Roma, 1989, 1-38.
"Yalta," and "From War to Cold War." Yalta: 1945: Problems of War and Peace. Moscow: Russian Academy of Science, Institute for Military History of Defence of Russian Federation, 1992 (in Russian).
Yalta, published in: (1) book form -- Korean translation, 1991; German translation, Koehler Verlag, Stuttgart 1973; Italian edition, 1976; (2) reprint--in "F.D.R. and Cooperation with the Soviet Union," selections in Warren Kimball, ed., Franklin Roosevelt and The World Crisis, 1937-1945; thirty pages of excerpts in Richard Fenno, ed., The Yalta Conference, D.C. Heath and Co, 1973; and numerous other excerpts by permission of Oxford Press.
"Yalta." Kodansha Encylopedia of Japan, Japan, 1984, 296-7.
"From Isolationism to Internationalism: America's World War II Occupation Plans for Postwar Europe: Alternative to the Cold War," Ost-West-Beziehungen: Konfrontation und Detente, 1945-1989. Herausgegeben von Gustav Schmidt, Band 2, Bochum, Germany: Universitatsverglag Dr. N. Brockmeyer, 1993, 119-141.
"From War to Cold War: The Role of Harriman, Deane, and the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Reversal of Cooperation with the Soviet Union, April, 1945." The International History Review, XIV (May 1992), 277-306.
"Executive Agreements," in Encylopedia of American Foreign Policy, ed., Alexander DeConde. Charles Scribners and Sons, 1978, Vol I, 339-58.
Articles in World Book Encylopedia e.g. "Nuremberg Trials," "Munich," "Neville Chamberlain," "Teheran Conference," "Potsdam Conference," and "Yalta," among about 20. 1990 ongoing.
"General Alexei Antonov, A Biography," in The Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History. 1976
"The Structure of Negotiations: Dynamics and Interaction Patterns of the Crimean Conference."Peace Research Society: Papers, XI,(1968), 56-63.
"Struktura Jednani Krdymske Konference," Mezinarodni Vztahy, (April, 1968), 31-38.
April 99, Paper, Organization of American Historians Convention, Toronto, Canada, "Allies and Armistices: The Days of Surrender in Europe, May 1945," on Panel, Another Interwar Period? Between World War II and the Cold War, US Ambassador to Canada Gordon Giffin, presiding, April 1999
Oct 98, Presentation, Spanish-American War CentennialConference, UC Berkeley: 1848/1898/1998: Imperialism, Ethnicity, and Cultural Relations, October 98, "1989--The Spanish-Cuban-Filipino-American War: Culmination or Origin of a US Empire?"
May 98. Invited lecture and seminar presentation at Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey, on "The Cold War: An Overview," and "The End of the War in Europe: Military and Diplomatic Negotiations, May 1945."
August 1995, Paper, "A World Systems Approach to U.S. International History: Comparative Changing Visions of a Postwar 'New World Order'," for Panel, U.S. Foreign Relations Methodology, Historiography, and Theories for the Classroom, 88th Annual Meeting of American Historical Association, Pacific Coast Branch, Kihei, Mauii, Hawaii, August 4-7, 1995
June 1995 Paper, "The Allies and Three Days of Surrender: 'UNplanning' the Surrender," 6th Symposium of US-Soviet Historians of World War II, Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburgh, Holland.
Feb 1995 Paper, "H. S. Truman and the Potsdam Conference--Onset of the Cold War?" Tutzing Conference Center, Munich, Germany, for conference of German Historians of American History: "Vom Krieg zum Frieden: Die Weltmacht Amerika am Ausgang des Zweiten Weltkrieges, 1944-46. - Onset of the Cold War?" February 1995
Sep 1993 the International Academic Congress, U. of Ruhr, Bochum, 9/22-25/93, "Alternatives to the Cold War: American Views of Germany and the Soviet Union in the Postwar Structure," Papers of the International European Conference, University of the Ruhr, 1993, 44pp.
June 1993: (1) Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, June, 1993, University of Virginia; "From Isolationism to Internationalism: FDR, Germany, and American Occupation Plans for Postwar Europe, 1942-45.”
August 1992 "Present and Future American Policy Toward the Pacific Rim," Conference, Pacific Coast Branch of the AHA, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, August, 1992.
June 1992 "Roosevelt's Postwar Internationalist Policy: What the Anglo-American Case Study Reveals: 1944-45," Conference, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, Hyde Park, New York, June 1992.
April 1992 "Yalta," and "From War to Cold War," Conference, IREX-sponsored Bilateral Study Project on U.S.-Soviet Relations in World War II, Yalta, Crimea, April 1992
October 1991 "The Transition from War to Cold War," on Panel "Rethinking the Origins of the Cold War," Conference RETHINKING THE COLD WAR, University of Wisconsin Madison, October 1991