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Dale L. Clifford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of North Florida
My primary research focus is on the history of the National Guard in the French Revolution and subsequent 19th century revolutions. In a larger sense, I am interested in the citizen-soldier.
|Address:||Department of History
University of North Florida
4567 St. Johns Bluff Road S.
Jacksonville, Florida 32224
|Primary Phone:||(904) 620-1858|
|Fax Number:||(904) 620-1018|
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-War
Reviewer for H-War
|Interests:||European History / Studies
Ph.D., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1975. Dissertation: "Aux armes, citoyens! The National Guard in the Paris Commune of 1871."
M.A., University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1968. Thesis: "The Communards and the Great Revolution: A Study in Connective Ideology."
B.A., magna cum laude with high honors in history, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, 1966. Honors thesis: "Jean Jaurès and Socialist Unity During the Dreyfus Affair."
1999-present: Associate Professor and Chair, Department of History, University of North Florida.
1979-present: Associate Professor of History, University of North Florida.
1992-1996: Associate Dean (Interim 1992-94), College of Arts and Sciences, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL 32224.
1989-1992: Director of the Honors Program, University of North Florida.
1986-1989: Interim Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, University of North
1983-1989: Director of Freshman and Sophomore Programs, University of North Florida.
1972-79: Assistant Professor of History, University of North Florida.
Awarded tenure in 1977.
Major Teaching Fields:
French Revolution Military History
Modern France Modern Europe
American Historical Association
Phi Beta Kappa Alumni Association
Society for French Historical Studies
Society for Military History; member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Military History
Publications and Scholarly Papers:
“The Integration of Military History in the Curriculum,” presented at the annual conference of the American Historical Association, January 2004.
“Soldier-Citizens and Urban Peacekeeping: Paris, 1789-1792,” presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Military History, May 2003.
“Can the Uniform Make the Citizen? Paris, 1789-1791,” Eighteenth-Century Studies 34.3 (2001): 363-382.
“The Paris Commune and the Artists,” Cummer Studies vol. 1 (1996), 198-219.
"The National Guard and the Parisian Community, 1789-90," French Historical Studies, vol. 16, no. 4 (Fall 1990), pp. 849-78.
"Command Over Equals: The Officer Corps of the Parisian National Guard," Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Western Society for French History, vol. 18 (1991), pp. 152-165.
"Revolutionary Justice in the National Guard: Discipline and Obedience," paper delivered at the American Historical Association, December 1989.
"Developing a Municipal Administration: Parisian Politics and the Management of the Paid National Guard," Proceedings of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 1989.
"Lafayette and the Citizen Soldier: The Depoliticization of the National Guard, 1789-90," invited presentation at the Lafayette Sesquicentennial, Lafayette College, September 1984.
"L'Affaire Guillotte: A Case Study in Parisian Municipal Politics, 1789-90," Proceedings of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 1980, vol. 1, pp. 37-48.