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David F. Godshalk <email@example.com>
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257
|Primary Phone:||(717) 477-1132|
|Fax Number:||(717) 477-4062|
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-SAWH
Reviewer for H-Urban
|Interests:||African American History / Studies
American History / Studies
Urban History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Yale University, Department of History, 1986-1992.
Ph.D. in history with a concentration in American social history, 1992.
University of South Carolina, 1982-1986.
B.A. magna cum laude in history and political science with honors from South Carolina Honors College.
Shippensburg University, 1994-present.
Associate Professor, 1999-2004.
Assistant Professor, 1994-1999.
Emory University, 1993-1994.
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
in Southern Studies, Emory University.
Veiled Visions: The 1906 Atlanta Race Riot and the Reshaping of American Race Relations. University of North Carolina Press, 2005.
“William J. Northen's Public and Personal Struggles Against Lynching.” In Jumpin' Jim Crow: Southern Politics from Civil War to Civil Rights, edited by Jane Dailey, Glenda Gilmore, and Bryant Simon. Princeton University Press, 2000.
Editor, Proteus: A Journal of Ideas, 1997-present.
SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AT NATIONAL/STATE CONFERENCES:
“The Forgotten Origins of Interracial Cooperation in Atlanta, 1904-1921.” Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, January 6, 2007.
“Community Building in the Wake of the Atlanta Race Riot.” Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History, September 29, 2006.
“The Legacies of the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot.” Symposium sponsored by the Coalition to Remember the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot, September 22, 2006.
“Voicing Black Manliness: The Niagara Movement and the Reconstruction of Black Masculinity.” The Niagara Movement Symposium, sponsored by the National Park Service, August 16, 2006.
“Reassessing Tom Watson and Georgia Populism.” The Annual Meeting of the St. George Tucker Society, August 5, 2006.
“New Perspectives on the Atlanta Race Riot of 1906: A Roundtable Discussion.” Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, November 5, 2005.
“Riot and Rum: The Struggle over the Saloon and Masculine Public Culture in Atlanta, 1886-1908.” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, January 8, 1995.
“Silence and Memory in Local History: The Continuing Struggle over the Meaning of the Atlanta Race Riot of 1906.” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, April 16, 1994.
“Discipline in Atlanta's Private African-American Schools, 1906-1919.” Southern Historical Association Annual Meeting, November 6, 1992.
“Anti-Lynching Reconsidered: William J. Northen's Law and Order Movement in the Aftermath of the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot.” American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, October 1992.
CHAIR/COMMENTATOR AT NATIONAL CONFERENCES:
Chair, “Violence, Amusement, and Social Change in the South.” Annual Meeting of the Southern Historical Association, November 2, 2007.
Chair, “African-American Responses to John Brown.” John Brown Symposium, Pennsylvania State University, Mont Alto, July 26, 1996.
Commentator, “Negotiating Meanings for Gender and Race in the Built Environment.” American Historical Association Annual Meeting, January 5, 1996.
Commentator, “The Boundaries of Working-Class Experience in Early Twentieth Century Atlanta.” Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, October 16, 1994.
MAJOR TELEVISION APPEARANCES:
Consultant and Commentator for The Life and Times of Booker T. Washington in production with New Images Productions for presentation on the Public Broadcasting Service's The American Experience.
Appearance on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Week in Review, September 17, 2006.
GRANTS AND PROPOSALS FUNDED:
Chief author, "Executing the Shift to a Learning-Centered Institution." Accepted by the American Association of Colleges and Universities for institutional attendance at the Greater Expectations Institute on Campus Leadership for Sustainable Innovation in Leesburg, Virginia, July 2002.
Project team member and secondary author, "Teaching American History Grant." Funded by the United States Department of Education for $940,000 in 2001.
Participant, NEH Summer Seminar: William Faulkner and Southern History, Vanderbilt University, Summer 2003.
Shippensburg University College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Month, February 2004.
Shippensburg University Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanity Award for Outstanding Service as a Professor, 2002.
Member, Membership Committee, Southern Historical Association, 2001-2002.
Appointed Penn Ambassador by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth, 2001.
Zeta Phi Beta Outstanding Teaching Award at Shippensburg University, 2001.
Shippensburg University Multicultural Center Recognizing the Effort Award, 1996.
Outstanding Senior, University of South Carolina, 1986.
African American History, U.S. History to 1865, U.S. History since 1865, History of the American South, World History to 1500, World History since 1500, Computerized Historical Research Methods, Theory and Practice of History, History of American Violence.