Donald G. Stevens

Professor of History
Christi Regis, twenty years and more of service
History Department
King's College
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18711 USA
office telephone: (570) 208-5900, ext. 5750
fax: (570) 208-5988
e-mail: dgsteven@kings.edu

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Education


Teaching Experience

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Publications

“Economic Warfare: The United States, Britain and Portuguese Wolfram, 1944,” The Historian, Vol. 61/3, pp. 532-555, Spring 1999.

“Organizing For Economic Defense: Henry Wallace and the Board of Economic Warfare’s Foreign Policy Initiatives, 1942,” Presidential Studies Quarterly, vol. 26, pp. 1126-1139, Fall 1996.

“Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Azores Dilemma, 1941,” The Historian, Vol. 54, pp. 641-656, Summer 1992.

“The Bradley University Berlin Seminar: 1986-1990,” The Society For Historians of American Foreign Relations Newsletter, Vol. 21, pp. 1-9, December 1990.


Conference Papers

Bradley University Berlin Seminar, “Germany and the New Europe,” commentator, “The Reunification Process Revisited Ten Years Later,” July 2-8, 2000.

“Watching Wendell Willkie: British Interest in the Republican Leader, 1940-1942,” Fifteenth Annual International World War II Conference, Siena College, Loudonville, N.Y., June 2000.

Bradley University Berlin/Prague Seminar.  Two part program: Prague, Czech Republic, topic, “Current issues Eastern Europe.”  Seminar at the European Academy, Berlin, “Germany and the New Europe: Political, Economic and Cultural Prospects for the New Century.” Commentator, Berlin seminar, session four, “The Single Market and East-West Cooperation,” June 20-July 3, 1998.

“Anglo-American Reaction to Chiang Kai Shek’s Book China’s Destiny, 1943-1947,”  Thirteenth Annual International World War II Conference, Siena College, Loudonville, N.Y., June 1998.

“Madame Chiang Kai-Shek’s Effort to Influence Anglo-American War Policy During Her 1942-1943 Visit to the United States,” Twenty-second Annual Great Lakes History Conference, Grand Rapids, Mi., September 1997.

Bradley University Berlin/Prague Seminar.  Three part program: Bonn, guests of the German Press Office; Prague, Czech Republic, topic “Post Communist Domestic and Foreign Policy Problems.”  Seminar at the European Academy, Berlin, “Politics, Society and Culture in Germany: New Developments and Challenges.” Commentator, Berlin Seminar, Session 6, “The Other Germany,” June 13-29, 1996.

Bradley University Prague/Berlin Seminar. Three part program: Bonn, guests of the German Press Office.  Prague, Czech Republic, topic “Post Communist Domestic and Foreign Policy Problems.”  Seminar at the European Academy Berlin “Politics, Society and Culture in Germany - Four Years After Unification.” Commentator, Berlin Seminar, Session 3, “The Single Market and East/West Cooperation,” June 10-29, 1994.

“The United States, Britain and Portuguese Wolfram, 1944,”  Tenth Annual International Conference “World War II: 1944-1994: A 50-Year Perspective,” Siena College, Loudonville N.Y., June 1994.

“Franklin Roosevelt and the Azores Dilemma,” Historical Institute of Terciera, at conference held to commemorate 50th anniversary of Allied military presence in the Azores.  Angra do Heroismo, Azores, Portugal, October 1993.

“Henry Wallace, Cordell Hull and the Board of Economic Warfare, 1942,”  Seventh Annual International Conference “World War II: 1942-1992: A 50-Year Perspective,” Siena College, Loudonville, N.Y., June 1992.

“Non-Political Activities of the League of Nations and the United States Under Harding and Coolidge,” 16th Annual European Studies Conference, University of Nebraska, Omaha, Ne., October 1991.

Bradley University Berlin Seminar. Meetings, briefings, seminars in Bonn, East Germany, and West Berlin.  Seminar at the European Academy, West Berlin, “At the End of the Post-War Period: Germany and Europe on the Way to Unification.”  Commentator, Berlin Seminar, Session 1, “Berlin 1989: Problems of the Divided City,” June 6-27, 1990.

“Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Azores in 1941: The Dilemma of Pre-empting or Provoking German Aggression,” Middle Atlantic Historical Association of Catholic College and Universities Conference, Seton Hall University, March 1990.


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