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John  Belohlavek

John Belohlavek

John Belohlavek
Professor

Contact

Office: SOC 206
Phone: 813/974-2691
Fax: 813/974-6228
Email: belohlav@usf.edu

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Education

Ph.D., University of Nebraska, 1970

Research

The role of women in the Mexican War; The social, economic, and political implications of antebellum lotteries

Specialty Area

19th Century Political and Diplomatic History, Jacksonian America.

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
94023AMH 3170002Civil War & Reconstruction
Course Description
3MW

9:30am-10:45am

SOC 33
94024AMH 3545001War and American Empire
Course Description
3MW

2:00pm-3:15pm

SOC 33
89822HIS 4900005Directed Reading
Instructor's Permission Required.
1



TBA 100
94888HIS 6914001Directed Research
2



TBA 100
83706HIS 6971001Thesis: Master's
2-19



TBA TBA
92990HIS 7980007Ph.D. Dissertation
1-9



TBA 100

Recent Publications

Broken Glass: Caleb Cushing and the Shattering of the Union (Kent State University Press, 2005)

“A Re-examination of the Foreign Policy of James Buchanan,” in John Quist and Michael Birkner, ed., James Buchanan: A Symposium (forthcoming from the University Press of Florida, 2011).

Martin Van Buren” and “John Forsyth” in Edward Mihalkanin, ed., American Secretaries of State (Greenwood Press, 2004).

“U.S. Foreign Policy: 1815-1860,” in Robert Beisner, ed. American Foreign Relations: A Guide to the Literature (ABC-Clio Press, 2003), 258-298.