David S. Churchill

Associate Head

Professor

Co-Cordinator, Interdisciplinary Research Circle on Globalization and Cosmopolitanism

Office: 350 University College
e-mail: David.Churchill@umanitoba.ca
Phone: (204) 474-6828

 EDUCATION

Ph.D., University of Chicago
M.A., University of Toronto/OISE
B.A.(Hons), Trent University

RESEARCH INTERESTS

History of the United States post-1945; new social movements and radical culture in the 1960s, transnationalsim, queer history, politics of sexual liberation during the Cold War, Paul Goodman and politics of Cold War sexuality.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Tina Mai Chen and David S. Churchill, editors. The Material of World History (Routledge press, 2015)

David S. Churchill “Draft Resisters, Left Nationalism, and the Politics of Anti-Imperialism” Canadian Historical Review, Volume 93, Number 2 / June 2012

David S. Churchill “Paul Goodman and the Biography of Sexual Modernity” Journal of the Canadian Historical Association / Revue de la Société historique du Canada, Volume 21, Number 2, 2010, p. 3-89 The Biographical (Re)Turn"

"American Expatriates and the Building of Alternative Social Space in Toronto, 1965–1977." Urban History Review/Revue d'Histoire Urbaine, Vol. XXXVIX, No. 1 (Fall 2010 automne): 31-44.

"SUPA, Selma, and Stevenson: The Politics of Solidarity in mid-1960s Toronto." Journal of Canadian Studies, Volume 44 No. 2 (2010): 32-69.
"Transnationalism and Homophile Political Culture in the Postwar Decades." GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 15.1 (2009): 31-65.
"The Queer Histories of a Crime: Representations and Narratives of Leopold and Loeb." Journal of the History of Sexuality 18.2 (2009): 287-324.
"Specters of Anti-Communism: Richard Rorty and Leftist Thought in Twentieth Century America" Canadian Review of American Studies 38.1 (2008): 275-291. 
"Making Broad Shoulders: Body-Building and Physical Culture in Chicago 1890-1920." History of Education Quarterly, v48 n3 p341-370 Aug 2008
Tina Mai Chen and David S. Churchill (editors), Film, History, and Cultural Citizenship: Sites of Production (Routledge, 2007) 

COURSES TAUGHT

2016-2017
HIST 2400 Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World
HIST 3990 Topics Seminar: New York and Los Angeles: United States Urban Modernity and its Contradictions

2015-2016
HIST 2230 History of the United States from 1607
HIST 2400 Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World
HIST 3990 Topics Seminar: New York and Los Angeles: United States Urban Modernity and its Contradictions

2014-2015
HIST 2900 Topics in Social History: American Popular Culture and Leisure (winter term)

2013-2014
HIST 2400 Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World
HIST 4100/7190 Approaches to the study of U.S. History since 1877
HIST 4310 Topics in Social History: History and Cultural Study
HIST 7710 History and Cultural Studies

2012-2013
HIST 2400 Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World
HIST 2750 History of the United States from 1607

2011-2012
HIST 2400 Human Rights and Social Justice in the Modern World
HIST 4100/7190 Approaches to the study of U.S. History since 1877