Short Curriculum Vitae

Program: History

CURRICULUM VITAE

a) NAME:

MORRELL, Gordon W. Chair, Department of History 2008-
Associate Professor, tenure-track, effective July 1 st, 2007
Member of Graduate Faculty: Yes

b) DEGREES:

Ph. D. Michigan State University , Department of History, 1990
M.A., University of Waterloo, Department of History, 1985
B.A., University of Waterloo, Department of History & Department of Political Science, 1982

c) EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

2007- Associate Professor, Department of History, Nipissing University
2005-07 Assistant Professor, Department of History, Nipissing University
2002-05 Assistant Professor, Graduate Faculty, Department of History: LT, Wilfrid Laurier University
1996-01

Assistant Professor, Sessional-Contract, Department of History, Wilfrid Laurier University

1995-96 Assistant Professor, Sessional-Contract, Department of History, University of Guelph
- Sessional-Contract, Department of History, University of Toronto, Graduate Faculty
1994-95 Assistant Professor, Department of History-LT, University of British Columbia
1993-94 Assistant Professor, Sessional-Contract, Department of History, Nipissing University
- Sessional-Contract, Department of History, University of Waterloo
1990-93 Assistant Professor, Department of History-LT, Denison University, Ohio
1989-90 ABD, Lecturer, Department of History, Michigan State University.

d) HONOURS:

e) SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

SSHRC External Examiner for Standard Research Grants in International History

f) GRADUATE SUPERVISIONS:

Completed: 2 MA

NAME OF STUDENTS supervised within the past seven years, title of thesis or project, year of first registration and year of completion:

g) GRADUATE COURSES:

Seminars:

2008-2009 Themes in International History 1914-1989
2004-2005, Historiography of the Cold War
2002-2003, International History 1914-1956

Directed Studies:

2003-2004, International History and Theory
1995-1996, Anglo-French relations between the wars, 1919-1939

h) 1. EXTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:

Year Source Type* Amount per year Purpose**

*Type: C-Granting councils; G-Government; F-Foundations; O-Other
**Purpose: research, travel, publication, etc.

2. INTERNAL RESEARCH FUNDING:

2006 SSHRC Aid to Small Universities Grant, $6,534.00 research, travel
2005 Internal Research Grant, Nipissing University $4,757.00 research, travel
2003 Internal Research Grant, Wilfrid Laurier University, $2,500.00 research, travel

i) PUBLICATIONS:

1) Life-time summary (count) according to the following categories:

- Books authored .............................................................................................. 1
- Books edited ................................................................................................... 0
- Chapters in books .......................................................................................... 1
- Papers in refereed journals .......................................................................... 3
- Papers in refereed conference proceedings ............................................. 0
- Technical reports ............................................................................................. 0
- Papers read ...................................................................................................... 6
- Others (workshops presented) ..................................................................... 4

2) Details for past seven (7) years same as above: books, chapters in books, papers in refereed journals.

Books authored:

Books edited:

Chapters in Books:

1. “A Higher Stage of Imperialism? The Big Three, the UN Trusteeship Council and the Early Cold War” in R.M. Douglas, Michael D. Callahan and Elizabeth Bishop (eds) Imperialism on Trial ( Lexington, 2006) pp 111-138.

Papers in refereed Journals:

Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings:

Technical reports:

Abstracts and/or Papers Read:

1. Morrell, G., The North Atlantic Triangle and the UN Trusteeship System, 1945-1947, 2007 Midwest Conference on British Studies, Wright State University, Dayton OH. September 2007.

2. Morrell, G., The Next Big Thing: Cultural Turns, the Damned Bird Debate and the End to Diplomatic History?. Tri-University History Conference. University of Waterloo, Oct. 2004

3. Morrell, G., Containment and the Sacred Trust: The Cold War and the Founding of the United Nations Trusteeship System 1946. Society for the History of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR). Annual Conference, University of Texas at Austin. June 2004

4. Morrell, G., The Big Three and the Founding of the UN Trusteeship System of the United Nations 1945-1947. Tri-University History Conference. University of Guelph, Nov. 2003

Others (Workshops Presented):

1. Project Coordinator: The Agents of Peace: Soldier, Civil Servant, Teacher, Activist –An Interdisciplinary Workshop, SSHRC Aid to Small Universities Grant at Nipissing University, March 30, 2007.

Others (Book Reviews):

 

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DATE: March 23, 2007