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Eric G. Zuelow <email@example.com>
University of New England
I am a specialist in modern European history, interested in the relationship between national communities, especially in the British Isles. My research and teaching blends cultural, social, intellectual, and political history in an effort to explore how social and cultural developments shape identity.
|List Affiliations:||Emeritus Review Editor for H-Nationalism
Reviewer for H-Albion
Reviewer for H-Travel
Ph.D., Modern European History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004.
MA, Modern European History, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1999.
BA, Political Science, University of Washington, 1996.
Assistant Professor of Modern European History, Department of History, University of New England, beginning August 2008
Assistant Professor of European and World History, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, West Liberty State College, August 2005-2008.
Lecturer, Department of History, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Fall 2004.
MAJOR WEB PROJECTS
Editor and Creator, The Nationalism Project (http://nationalismproject.org), first published February 1999.
Making Ireland Irish: Tourism and National Identity since the Irish Civil War (Forthcoming from Syracuse University Press in 2009).
Mitchell Young, Eric Zuelow, and Andreas Sturm (eds), Nationalism in a Global Era: The Persistence of Nations, (Routledge: 2007).
"National Identity and Tourism in 20th Century Ireland: The Role of Collective Re-Imagining." In Nationalism in a Global Era: The Persistence of Nations, edited by Mitchell Young, Eric Zuelow, and Andreas Sturm (Routledge: 2007).
" 'Kilts versus Breeches': The Royal Visit, Tourism, and Scottish National Memory," Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing, 7(2) (2006):33-53.
" 'Ingredients for Cooperation': The Role of Irish Tourism in North-South Relations, 1924-1998," New Hibernia Review 10.1 (Spring 2006): 17-39.
"The Tourism Nexus: The Meanings of Tourism and Identity since the Irish Civil War," in Ireland's Heritages: Critical Perspectives on Memory and Identity, edited by Mark McCarthy (Hampshire: Ashgate, 2005), 189-213.
"Enshrining Ireland's Nationalist History Inside Prison Walls: The Restoration of Kilmainham Jail," Eire-Ireland 39 (Fall/Winter, 2004): 180-201.
"Touring Beyond the Nation: Tourism in Pan-European Context," to be presented at the American Historical Association Annual Convention, New York City, January 2-5, 2009.
“North, South, East, and West: Tourism Relations in the North-Atlantic Archipelago,” to be presented at the Irish and Scottish Tourism Colloquium, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, June 29, 2008
“Drinking to Remember: Pubs and Ales as English National Memory,” paper presented at the First Annual British Scholar Conference, University of Texas–Austin, November 2-3, 2007
“The Watch Groups, Scottishness, and the ‘British Question’: Debating the Nature of Identity 300 Years After the Treaty of Union,” paper presented at the North East Conference on British Studies, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 12-13, 2007
“ ‘Deadly Threat’: Tourism and Language Preservation in the Irish Gaeltacht,” paper presented at the Twenty-Seventh Annual Harvard Celtic Colloquium, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 5-7, 2007
“An Tóstal: Performing Ireland at Home,” paper presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies Annual National Conference, University of Missouri–St. Louis, April 19-22, 2006
“Teaching Critical Thinking through Tourism,” paper presented at the Midwest Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 14-16, 2005
Panel chair, “Teaching Popular Culture: Strategies for Teaching Tourism and Cinema and Creating Course Syllabi,” Midwest Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri, October 14-16, 2005
“Tourism and National Identity in North-South Relations, 1921-2003,” paper presented at the American Conference for Irish Studies Midwest Regional Meeting, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, October 14-17, 2004
“National Identity and Tourism in Twentieth Century Ireland: Ethnie, National Identity and the Role of Collective Re-Imagining,” paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual International Conference of the Association for the Study of Ethnicity and Nationalism, London School of Economics, London, England, April 24, 2004
“ ‘So Very Irish’: Tourism, Identity and Modernization in Twentieth Century Ireland,” paper presented at the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Western Conference on British Studies, University of Arizona–Tucson, October 31-November 1, 2003
“The Tourism Nexus: The Meanings of Tourism and Identity since the Irish Civil War,” paper presented at the Ireland’s Heritages: Critical Perspectives on Consumption, Method and Memory International Conference, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Castlebar, Ireland, October 18-20, 2002
“Towards an Understanding of Scottish Ethnic Nationalism: The ‘Watch’ Groups and ‘Anti-Englishness’ in Late Twentieth Century Scotland,” paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of the Upper Great Lakes Consortium for European Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison, February 20-21, 1998