1 1 Hubert Sattler Gasse 13 A 5020 Salzburg Tel: EDUCATION 1981 Ph.D. (History), Columbia University 1974 MA (History), Columbia University Graduate study (Anthropology), Michigan State University 1966 BA (Anthropology), University of Michigan--Ann Arbor PUBLICATIONS Book: LITTLE GERMANY: Ethnicity, Religion and Class in New York City, University of Illinois Press, Articles Multidimensional Identity: Notes Towards a Unified Field Theory for Ethnicity, Religion and Class. & Chapters: In press for a reader on Multiculturalism, edited by S. Berkowitz for Blackwell s. Suicide in New York City. In press for a volume on American Suicide before 1865, edited by Christine Daniels for Routledge Press. Antisemitism in New York State. In press, The Encyclopedia of New York State, Syracuse University Press. Free Thought in New York State. In press, The Encyclopedia of New York State, Syracuse University Press. "Alexander McGillivray." American National Biography, Oxford University Press, "The German-American Left," in Buhle and Georgakis, eds. The Immigrant Left, SUNY Press, Immigration Restrictionists: Historical Context and Critique, H-Ethnic, "Germans in New York". The Encyclopedia of New York City, New-York Historical Society and Yale University Press, short articles in The Encyclopedia of New York City, New-York Historical Society and Yale University Press, "Little Germany Revisited: Community based Research and the New Ethnic Studies." In a volume by Glen Lich (Canadian Chair for German-Canadian Studies), "Those Who Would Be Free: the Eight-hour Day Strikes of 1872." Labor's Heritage, April, "The Forty-Eighters and the Politics of Class in New York City." Charlotte Brancaforte, ed., The German Forty-Eighters in the United States, Peter Lang, 1989, "From the Barricades of Paris to the sidewalks of New York: German Artisans and the European Roots of American Labor Radicalism." Labor History, Winter, Reprinted in Pencak, Berrol and Miller, eds., Immigration to New York, New-York Historical Society and the Balch Institute Press, 1991, "Jewish Race and German Soul in Nineteenth Century America." American Jewish History, September, "The Immigration History of Jefferson County New York." JCHS Bulletin, March, "Reds Versus Pinks: A Civil War in the International Ladies Garment Workers Union." New York History, January, Editorial Member of the editorial board, Pennsylvania History Experience Radical History Review, founding member of the editorial board, Ms. Reviewer Macmillan Press; Journal of Urban History; and Pennsylvania History: a Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies. Book Reviewer Books in both English and German-- on social, urban, immigration, labor and American Indian history-- The American Historical Review, Journal of American History, Journal of Social History, German History, Criminal Justice History, Social History of Medicine, New York History, Journal of Urban History, and Labor History. Also for H-Ethnic, H-Holocaust, and H-GAGCS-- the ethnic, Holocaust, and German-American/German-Canadian, history sections of H-Net GRANTS, AWARDS AND CONSULTANCIES 1995 Awarded a place in an NEH Summer Seminar on Current Immigration, Roger Waldinger, Dir., UCLA Historical consultant to The Lower East Side Tenement Museum, NYC Director, Jefferson County Social History Project
2 S. Nadel NEH Summer Stipend and a Faculty Research Fellowship--State University of New York 1980 Consultant, Historical Walking Tours on Work and Workers, New York Council on the Humanities Columbia University Readership in History WORKS IN PROGRESS Book: Research Projects Articles: Editorial: History of the Seneca Indians A history of suicide and infanticide in NYC and the U.S. A biographical study of John Otis--from abolitionist to socialist and Populist congressman Infanticide in the New American Metropolis: Baby Killing in Mid-nineteenth Century NYC "Ho, Ho, Ho Chi Minh, The NLF is Gonna Win:" Anti-War Protesters and Identification with the "Enemy" in the Vietnam War. Guest editor of a special issue of the Journal of Family History, devoted to infanticide. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Present Member of the editorial board of H-Antisemitism, an H-Net on-line history forum Outside reader for the Doctoral dissertation in history of Gregory Edwards SUNY Buffalo Session organizer and chair for Infanticide panel, European Social Science History Conference. Judge of Graduate Student Paper competition, Oklahoma State Conference of Phi Alpha Theta Member of the Oklahoma State AAUP Committee L (on Historically Black Institutions and the Status of Minorities in the Profession), and Committee B (on Professional Ethics) Member of the editorial board & reader for Pennsylvania History Vice-president & Annual Meeting Program Chair, of the Oklahoma Assoc. of Professional Historians Co-chair of the immigration network and member of the program committee, Social Science History Association Session organizer, chair and commentator for an author meets critics roundtable on Nancy Green s Ready to Wear & Ready to Work, Social Science History Association Session organizer, chair and commentator for American Nativism: Past and Present, Social Science History Association Session organizer and chair for "Ethnic Identity and Class," Social Science History Association Chair, labor history session, Annual Conference on New York State History. Session organizer for "German-American Immigration: a Study in Diversity," Organization of American Historians annual meeting. CONFERENCE PAPERS AND COMMENTS 2002 Chair & commentator for Strategies of Inclusion and Exclusion in 20 th Century Europe panel, European Social Science History Conference den Haag Chair & commentator for Migration in Russia panel, Social Science History Association 2000 Chair & commentator for Immigrants and the American South panel, Soc. Sci. History Assoc. Infanticide in the New Metropolis, European Social Science History Conference Amsterdam. Chair & commentator for German Migration panel, European Social Science History Conference A Forgotten Crime Wave: Infanticide in Mid-19 th Century New York City. Soc. Sci. History Assoc. Chair & commentator on Mexican American Places panel, Social Science History Association. Chair & commentator for Social Movements panel, Mid-America Conference on History Chair & commentator on an author meets critics roundtable: Nancy Green s Ready to Wear & Ready to Work, Social Science History Association Multidimensional Identity: Ethnicity, Religion, Class and Race, Oxford University Conference on Labour and Difference in the U.S.A., Africa and Britain. Commentator for Labor History panel, Mid-America Conference on History Commentator for panels on American Nativism, and on Germans, Jews and Identity, Social Science History Association annual meeting 1995 Commentator for Working Class History panel, Mid-America Conference on History
3 S. Nadel 3 Papers & Comments cont "Multidimensional Identity: Notes Towards a Unified Field Theory for Ethnicity, Religion and Class." Social Science History Association annual meeting 1993 "Enemy Agents? The Opposition to the Vietnam War and the Loyalty Issue." State Historical Society of Wisconsin Conference "Toward a History of the 1960's." 1992 "Little Germany Revisited: Community based Research and the New Ethnic Studies." Keynote for a symposium on German-Canadian Studies in Transition, U. of Winnipeg 1992 "Choosing Death in the Victorian Metropolis: Gender and Suicide in New York and London." CCSU Faculty Symposium "Men, Women and Self-destruction: Gender and Suicide in Victorian New York and London." American Historical Association annual meeting "Suicide in the New Metropolis." Social Science History Association annual meeting Commentator on Early National Period panel at New-York Historical Society conference on "Labor in New York." 1987 "Sorge and Ottendorfer, the Forty-Eighters confront America." Lake Forest College "The Forty-Eighters and the Politics of Class in New York City." University of Wisconsin Max Kade Institute conference on The German Forty-Eighters in the United States "German Immigrant Politics in Mid-Nineteenth Century New York." New-York Historical Society Statue of Liberty Centennial Conference on A Nation of Immigrants "German-American Cities in the Nineteenth Century." Organization of American Historians "German Ethnicity in Nineteenth Century New York." Annual Conference on New York State History "German Particularism in the New World Metropolis." German-American Studies Assoc. Symposium. ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Assistant Dean for Social Sciences and Business, with college-wide responsibility for adjunct development and international programs, Jamestown Community College Associate Professor and Social Sciences Department Chair, Southwestern Oklahoma State University: U.S., East Asian, and American Indian History Assistant Professor, Southwest Missouri State University: U.S. History Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY Plattsburgh: U.S. and American Indian History Visiting Assistant Professor, Winona State University: U.S., East Asian, and American Indian History; Adjunct Associate Professor, St. Mary's College: U.S. History Visiting Assistant Professor, Central Connecticut State University: U.S. History Visiting Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University: U.S. and American Indian History Visiting Assistant Professor, Pennsylvania State University-University Park: U.S. History Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana: U.S. History Part-time teaching positions at: St. Lawrence University; Clarkson University; Mater Dei College- Akwesasne Reservation Extension; and Adjunct Asst. Professor, Grants Consultant and Proposal Writer, SUNY Potsdam Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY Potsdam: U.S. and American Indian History Visiting Assistant Professor, St. Lawrence University: U.S. and American Indian History Visiting Assistant Professor, SUNY Potsdam: U.S. and American Indian History Lecturer, Marymount Manhattan College: American Indian History College Assistant (TA), Lehman College of the City University of New York: U.S. History. NON-ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT--Administrative Area Services Coordinator, City of New York Housing And Development Administration.
4 S. Nadel 4 COMMUNITY & PUBLIC SERVICE Present Blood donor two to six times a year Proctor: Oklahoma Heritage Assoc. Scholarship exam. Judge & publicity coordinator, History Day at SWOSU Juror, Custer County 1996 & 1998 Judge: American Legion Oklahoma Statewide Oratorical Contest African-American Women: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, a talk at the Clinton Oklahoma office of the Social Security Administration Judge, History Day at SMSU Member of the Board of Directors for the Potsdam (NY) Community Day Care Center "Researching North Country History." A Field Institute for Local Historians, N.Y. State Division of Anthropological and Historical Services. UNIVERSITY SERVICE Interviewer for SWOSU School of Education admissions Member of the OSRHE Curriculum Transfer Committee for Anthropology School of Arts & Sciences Enrichment Committee. Supervisor: Southwestern Interscholastic Meet, American History contest Social Sciences department chair & member of Arts & Sciences department chairs council Faculty advisor to the SWOSU chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society Chair, University wide Promotion/Tenure Appeals Committee Ho, Ho, Ho Chi Minh, the NLF is Gonna Win, talk for the SMSU chapter of Phi Alpha Theta s annual dinner History Department Colloquium Coordinator, SUNY Plattsburgh. Round table participant with Francis Jennings discussing his book Founders of America Member of development team for a senior capstone course on "Cultural Diversity Across Disciplines." 1990 Member of history department curriculum committee "The Current Condition of the American Indian in Historical Perspective," a lecture for Harambee, the minority students' association of SUNY Potsdam. HISTORY COURSES TAUGHT U.S. Survey Courses; Colonial and Revolutionary America; Revolutionary America, ; New Nation--Jacksonian America, ; New Nation--Jacksonian America, ; America, ; Civil War and Reconstruction; Reconstruction and Gilded Age America; The Emergence of Modern America, ; Twentieth Century America, ; Graduate Readings on Gilded Age and Progressive America; Twentieth Century America; America Since 1933; America Since 1945; America in the 1960s; America and Vietnam, ; Immigration and Ethnicity; Graduate Seminar in American Immigration History; American Social History, ; American Social History Since 1920; American Social History Since 1877; American Labor History; Peace Movements in America; Constitutional History; The American West; Life, Work and Crime in New York City; Women and Politics in 20th Century America; Racial and Ethnic Minorities in American History; American Diplomatic History African Afro-American History; Afro-American History to 1877; American Graduate Readings on African American History American Indian World East Asian American Indian History; History of the Seneca Nation [on the Allegany Seneca Reservation] Ancient Civilizations of North America (Mayan & Mexican to Anasazi & Mississippian). Europe and Imperialism, ; World History, 1914-Present; Great Ideas in Western Civilization. Eastern Civilizations RESEARCH LANGUAGES: English, German and French
5 S. Nadel 5 Scholarly References Europe 1. Dirk Hoerder, History Department, University of Bremen, Germany, or Leo Lucassen, History Department, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Josef Ehmer, History Department, University of Salzburg, Austria, or [home] Gerhard Botz, University Professor, History Department, University of Vienna, Austria, or [cell phone]. Scholarly and Teaching References U.S.A. 1. Michael Kerley, Biology Department Chair, Southwestern Oklahoma State U., (was a peer observer in my classes and an observer of my administrative practices) (580) James Barrett, Professor and former Chair, History Department, University of Illinois, (217) [Fax ] or (217) [home] David Gerber, Professor, History Department, SUNY Buffalo, (716) [Fax ] or (716) [home] O. Vernon Burton, Professor, History Department, University of Illinois, (217) [Fax ] or (217) [home] Kenneth Jackson, Professor and History Department Chair, Columbia University, (212) [Fax ] or (914) [home] Roger Waldinger, Professor, Department of Sociology, UCLA, (310) [Fax: (310) ] or (818) [home] Donna R. Gabaccia, Stone Professor of History, History Department, UNC Charlotte, (704) or (704) [home] John J. Bukowczyk, Professor, Department of History, Wayne State University, Detroit, (313) (Dept.), (313) (Voic ), Fax: (313) Administrative References U.S.A. 1. John Hearn, Professor of Sociology, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY, (716) Chuck Leist, Director of Criminal Justice, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY, (716) Tom Filsinger, Director of Social Sciences, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY, (716) Dan Dill, Associate VPAA and Dean of Graduate Studies (former Dean of Arts & Sciences), Southwestern Oklahoma State U., (580) or (580) [home] Joe Anna Hibler, President Emerita, Southwestern Oklahoma State University. (580) Former Student References U.S.A. 1. Rocky Moore, who took a number of my classes and now teaches ESL in Denton TX. (940) > 2. Terry Summers is teaching in Taiwan Steve Cottle also took several of my courses and has taught at both the HS and the community college level Karen Howell teaches in Fort Worth TX. (940)