The USF Department of History is home to an excellent faculty that continues to uphold USF's standard of excellence in the worldwide historical community. Listed below are some of the works that have been published by professors of the Department:
“Blood on the Snow: The Carpathian Winter War of 1915”
By Graydon A. Tunstall
Tunstall’s “Blood on the Snow” reenacts the brutal conditions and harsh realities that soldiers faced during the Carpathian campaign of 1915, one of the most devastating chapters of the First World War.
“The United States Since 1945”
By Robert P. Ingalls and David K. Johnson
“The United States Since 1945” examines the domestic and foreign events that defined the American experience since 1945 and shaped the lives of Americans today, including perspectives on the Cold War, the Civil Rights Movement, the War on Terrorism, among other issues.
“Italian Workers of the World: Labor Migration and the Formation of Multiethnic States”
By Donna R. Gabaccia and Fraser M. Ottanelli
A perspective on the experiences of Italian workers on new, foreign soil, “Italian Workers of the World” examines the effect that varying receptions had on workers upon arrival to their new countries and how this affected their assimilation into the new culture and the new country’s acceptance of them.
“Stalin’s Outcasts: Aliens, Citizens and the Soviet State, 1926-1936”
By Golfo Alexopoulos
In an effort to conserve resources in the communist state, a plethora of citizens (including prostitutes, tax evaders, Jews and ethnic minorities) were defined as aliens in the USSR. Alexopoulos examines the unique experiences of these “outcasts” in the Soviet state.