Thomas DublinThomas Dublin

State University of New York Distinguished Professor
Co-director, Center for the Historical Study of Women and Gender
Ph.D., Columbia University
U.S. labor and social history
Office: LT 810
Phone: (607) 777-2854
E-mail: tdublin@binghamton.edu


As a Distinguished Bartle Professor, Professor Dublin only teaches one course per year for the History Department and is no longer taking graduate students.

Recent or current undergraduate courses:

Recent or current graduate courses:

  • US Immigration and Ethnicity
  • Gender and Working Class History
  • Quantitative Methods for Historians
  • World Migrations

Significant Publications

Books:

  • Women and Power in American History, (Prentice-Hall, 2008, third edition) co-edited with Kathryn Kish Sklar. Earlier editions, 1991, 2002.
  • The Face of Decline: The Pennsylvania Anthracite Region in the Twentieth Century. Co-author with Walter Licht (Cornell University Press, 2005).
    • Co-Winner of 2006 Merle Curti Award of the Organization of American Historians.
    • Winner of the 2006 Philip S. Klein Award of the Pennsylvania Historical Association.
  • When the Mines Closed: Stories of Struggles in Hard Times (Cornell University Press, 1998). Edited oral history narratives and photographs from the anthracite region of Pennsylvania.
  • Becoming American, Becoming Ethnic: College Students Explore Their Roots (Temple University Press, 1996). Edited collection of undergraduates' writing on their own ethnicity.
  • Transforming Women's Work: New England Lives in the Industrial Revolution (Cornell University Press, 1994; ppbk. ed., 1995). A New York Times "Notable Book of the Year, 1994."
  • Immigrant Voices: New Lives in America, 1773-1986 (University of Illinois Press, 1993). Edited collection of immigrant letters, diaries, and reminiscences.
  • Farm to Factory: Women's Letters, 1830-1860 (Columbia University Press, 1981; second ed., 1993).
  • Women at Work: The Transformation of Work and Community in Lowell, Massachusetts, 1826-1860 (Columbia University Press, 1979; second ed., 1994).

Recent Articles:

  • “The New Labor History, the New Media, and New Challenges,” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, 7:2 (May 2010), 83-96.
  • How Did Elisabeth Freeman's Publicity Skills Promote Woman Suffrage, Antilynching, and the Peace Movement, 1909-1919?” two parts, Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000, 12:2 (July 2008) at http://asp6new.alexanderstreet.com/wam2.
  • "Gender and Economic Decline: The Pennsylvania Anthracite Region, 1920 - 1970," pp. 329-40 in Jean R. Soderland and Catherine S. Parzynski, eds. Backcountry Crucibles: The Lehigh Valley from Settlement to Steel (Bethlehem, Penn.: Lehigh University Press, 2008), co-authored with Walter Licht.
  • "Launching a New Journal: Women and Social Movements in the United States, 1600-2000," Women's History Review 17:1 (February 2008): 95-101. Co-authored with K. K. Sklar.

Websites

Honors and Awards

  • Dean's Distinguished Lecturer, Binghamton University, October 2007
  • Visiting Scholar, Institute for Women's Studies, Tokyo Woman's Christian University, June 2007
  • Elected to membership, American Antiquarian Society, 2006
  • Co-Winner of Merle Curti Award, 2006
  • Winner of Philip S. Klein Award, 2006
  • Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Scholarship, 2006
  • Senior Research Fellow, University of Oxford, 2005-2006
  • Guggenheim Fellowship, 2000
  • Residential Fellow, Institute for the Advanced Study of Religion at Yale, 2000-2001
  • Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, 2000
  • Society of American Historians, 1992
  • Bancroft Prize for Women at Work, 1980
  • Merle Curti Award for Women at Work, 1980

Recent Grants and Fellowships

  • Department of Education Grants, "Teaching American History," 2001-2004, 2004-2007, 2007-2010.
  • N.E.H. Education Demonstration Project, "Women and Social Movements in the United States: Expanding Resources on the Worldwide Web," 2001-2004 (co-director with K. K. Sklar).
  • N.E.H. Teaching with Technology Grant, "Women and Social Movements in the U.S., 1830-1930," 1998-2000 (co-director with K. K. Sklar)
  • N.E.H. Humanities Focus Grant, "U.S. Women's History, 1880-1930, World Wide Web Database," 1997-1998 (co-director with K. K. Sklar)

Recent Professional Activities

  • Chair, Dunning Prize Committee, AHA, 2009
  • Member, Editorial Board, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 2008-2010
  • Judge, Theodore Saloutos Prize, Immigration and Ethnic History Society, 2006-2008
  • Committee on the Status of Women in the Historical Profession, Organization of American Historians, 2005-2009
The Face of Decline Women and Power in American History When the Mines Closed Transforming Women's Work Immigrant Voices Farm to Factory: Women's Letters Women at Work Out of Shadow

Last Updated: 11/19/14