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Curriculum Vitae Brian Porter-Szűcs Department of History University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Telephone: (734) Web: history.lsa.umich.edu/bps Employment: Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, University of Michigan (2010-present) Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan ( ) Assistant Professor of History, University of Michigan ( ) Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison: Ph.D., 1994 University of Warsaw, Poland: University of Tulsa, Oklahoma: B.A., 1986 Publications Books Beyond Martyrdom: A History of Poland in the Modern World (Wiley/Blackwell, 2014). Faith and Fatherland: Catholicism, Modernity, and Poland (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011). Co-Editor (with Bruce Berglund), Christianity and Modernity in Eastern Europe (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2010). When Nationalism Began to Hate: Imagining Modern Politics in Nineteenth-Century Poland (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000). Gdy nacjonalizm zaczął nienawidzić: Wyobrażenia nowoczesnej polityki w dziewiętnastowiecznej Polsce, translated by Agnieszka Nowakowska (Sejny: Pogranicze, 2011). Co-Editor (with Michael Kennedy), Negotiating Radical Change: Understanding and Extending the Lessons of the Polish Round Table Talks (Washington: United States Institute for Peace, 2000). Major Articles and Essays A lengyel szélsőjobboldal és a római katolikus egyház, Múltunk 2 (2014): Why Do Polish Catholics Hate the Jews? Making Sense of a Bad Question, in François Guesnet and Gwen Jones, eds., Antisemitism in an Era of Transition: Genealogies and Impact in Post-Communist Poland and Hungary (New York: Peter Lang, 2014). Beyond the Study of Nationalism, in Nationalism Today, edited by Krzysztof Jaskułowski and Tomasz Kamusella (Oxford: Peter Lang, 2009), Podzwonne dla badań nad nacjonalizmem, in Naród, tożsamość, kultura. Między konieczności a wyborem, ed. by Wojciech Burszta, Krzysztof Jaskułowski, and Joanna Nowak (Warszawa: Slawistyczny Ośrodek Wydawniczy, 2005), Hetmanka and Mother: Representing the Virgin Mary in Modern Poland, Contemporary European History 14:2 (May 2005): Anti-Semitism and the Search for a Catholic Modernity, in Robert Blobaum, ed., Antisemitism and Its Opponents in Modern Poland (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2005), The Catholic Church in Poland, a multimedia teaching module in Making the History of 1989, edited by T. Mills Kelley, Catholicism, Ethno-Catholics, and the Catholic Church in Modern Poland, NCEEER Working Paper (2004), Making a Space for Anti-Semitism: The Catholic Hierarchy and the Jews in the early 1900s, Polin 16 (2003), Thy Kingdom Come: Patriotism and Prophecy in 19 th Century Poland, Catholic Historical Review 89:2 (2003): Marking the Boundaries of the Faith: Catholic Modernism and the Radical Right in Early Twentieth-Century Poland, in Elwira M. Grossman, ed., Studies in Language, Literature and Cultural Mythology in Poland: Investigating the Other (Lewiston-Lampeter, Wales: Edwin Mellen Press, 2002), The Catholic Nation: Religion, Identity, and the Narratives of Polish History, The Slavic and East European Journal 45:2 (March, 2001): Democracy and Discipline in Late Nineteenth-Century Poland, Journal of Modern History 71:2 (June 1999): The Construction and Deconstruction of Nineteenth-Century Polish Liberalism, in Historical Reflections on Central Europe, ed. by S. Kirschbaum (New York: St. Martins, 1999), The Social Nation and its Futures: English Liberalism and Polish Nationalism in Late Nineteenth-Century Warsaw, American Historical Review 101:5 (December 1996): Konstrukcja i dekonstrukcja dziewiętnastowiecznego liberalizmu polskiego, Studia Polityczne 6 (1996): Who is a Pole and Where is Poland? Territory and Nation in the Rhetoric of Polish National Democracy before 1905, Slavic Review 51 (Winter, 1992): Reviews and Miscellaneous Publications Faith and Fatherland in Poland, East West Church & Ministry Report 22:4 (Fall 2014): Review of Unfinished Utopia: Nowa Huta, Stalinism, and Polish Society, , by Katherine Lebow, Canadian Slavonic Papers 55, 3-4 (September-December, 2013): Review of Patrons of History: Nobility, Capital and Political Transitions in Poland, by Longina Jakubowska, Slavic Review 72:2 (Summer 2013). Radio Maryja i Tygodnik Powszechny to dwie twarze soborowej nowoczesności, Kultura Liberalna (September 10, 2012). Poland s New Patriotism, Eyes on Europe (June 14, 2012), Review of The Land Between: Conflict in the East European Borderlands, , by Alexander V. Prusin. Slavic Review 70, 4 (Winter 2011): Review of Catholicism and the Roots of Nazism: Religious Identity and National Socialism, by Derek Hastings, Holocaust and Genocide Studies 25:3 (2011): The Shadow of the Cross, Transitions Online (15 October 2010), Review of Rome s Most Faithful Daughter: The Catholic Church and Independent Poland, by Neal Pease, The Catholic Historical Review 97:1 (1 January 2011) Editor and Translator of Krzysztof Czyżewski, Line of Return: Cultivating The Borderland in Dialogue with Czesław Miłosz, Michigan Quarterly 46, 4 (Fall 2007). Review of The Jews of Eastern Europe, , by Israel Bartal, Jewish Currents (November 2007): Review of Jews and Heretics in Catholic Poland: A Beleaguered Church in the Post- Reformation Era, by Magda Teter, Journal of the American Academy of Religion 75, 2 (2007): Adam Czartoryski, Nationalism, The Polish National Movement, Warsaw, and The Endecja, in The Encyclopedia of Europe, , edited by John Merriman and Jay Winter (New York: Charles Scribner s Sons, 2006). The Return of the Polish Radical Right Jewish Currents 60:5 (September-October 2006): 14-17, 41. August Hlond, Wojciech Korfanty, Tadeusz Rydzyk, Józef Tischner, Jerzy Turowicz, and Stefan Wyszyński, in The Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Politics, edited by Roy Domenico and Mark Hanley (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2006), , , 479, , Review of From Assimilation to Antisemitism: The Jewish Question in Poland, , by Theodore R. Weeks, American Historical Review (December 2006): Review of Religion and the Rise of Nationalism: A Profile of an East-Central European City, by Robert E. Alvis, Slavic Review 65, 4 (Winter 2006): 805. Review of The Reconstruction of Nations: Poland, Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, , by Timothy Snyder, Slavic Review 64 (Spring 2005): 166. Review of The Holy Reich: Nazi Conceptions of Christianity, , by Richard Steigmann-Gall, Holocaust and Genocide Studies 19 (Spring 2005): Polish Uprising of 1863 and Sarmatians, in The Encyclopedia of Russian History, edited by James Millar (New York: Macmillan, 2004), , The Warsaw Uprisings, Detroit News (August 4, 2004). Review of History Derailed: Central and Eastern Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century, by Ivan T. Berend, American Historical Review 109 (June 2004): 996. Review of A Concise History of Poland by J. Lukowski and H. Zawadzki, Slavic Review 62, 1 (Spring 2003): Explaining Jedwabne: The Perils of Understanding, The Polish Review 47: 1 (2002): Pojednanie niełatwe rzemiosło, Gazeta Wyborcza 252 (27-28 October 2001). Review of Containing Nationalism by Michael Hechter, Journal of Interdisciplinary History 32 (Autumn, 2001): Review of A History of Polish Christianity by Jerzy Kłoczowski, Slavic Review 60 (2001): Solidarność i jej przemilczenia, Nowy Dziennik (13 October 2000). Review of Nationalism, Marxism, and Modern Central Europe by Timothy Snyder, Austrian History Yearbook 31 (2000): Making History, The Journal of the International Institute (Summer, 1999): 1. Ucieczka z więzienia historii, Gazeta Wyborcza 29 (4 February 1999): 19. Review of The Construction of Nationhood: Ethnicity, Religion and Nationalism, by Adrian Hastings, International Affairs 75 (July 1999): 667. Vocabularies of Identity in Eastern Europe, Ethnos-Nation 6 (1998): Review of The Gypsies by David Crowe, Slavonica 3/1 (1996/97): The Politics of Discursive Analysis, Dialogues on Discourse 3 (Fall, 1994): 4-5. Review of Reluctant Socialists, Rural Entrepreneurs: Class, Culture, and the Polish State, by Carole Nagengast, Slavic Review (Winter 1994): The Language of Nationalism, Dialogues on Discourse 1 (Fall, 1993): 1-2. Review of Continuity and Change in Poland: Conservatism in Polish Political Thought, by Rett Ludwikowski, Slavic Review 52 (Summer, 1993): Review of Kościuszko po insurekcji, by Jan Lubicz-Pachoński, American Studies 9 (1991): An Evaluation of Tadeusz Kościuszko s Contribution to the American Revolution, American Studies 10 (1991): Awards, Honors, Grants and Fellowships: Kulczycki Prize for best book in Polish studies, for Faith and Fatherland (2012). Michigan Humanities Award ( ) Arthur F. Thurnau Professorship, University of Michigan (2012) John Dewey Award for Outstanding Teaching, College of LS&A, University of Michigan (2011) Fellow of the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, University of Michigan ( ) Induction as an Honorary Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Tulsa University (May 2008) Project Completion Leave, History Department, University of Michigan (Winter 2007) Excellence in Education Award, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan (2006). $36,000 Research Grant, National Council for Eurasian and East European Research (2003). $25,000 Postdoctoral Fellowship, American Council for Learned Societies (2003). Faculty Recognition Grant, University of Michigan (2003). Oskar Halecki Award of the Polish Institute for Arts and Sciences in America, for best new book on Polish history, for When Nationalism Began to Hate (2001). Faculty Career Development Award, University of Michigan (2001). Amicus Polonae award, presented by Ambassador Przemysław Grudziński of Poland (2000). Polish Studies Association Award for best new book, for When Nationalism Began to Hate (2000). Metchie J. E. Budka Award for outstanding scholarship on Poland, Kościuszko Foundation (1999). $50,300 from the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research for a project entitled Negotiating Revolution In Poland: Conversion and Opportunity in 1989, in collaboration with Professor Michael Kennedy, Department of Sociology ( ). $30,000 from the United States Institute of Peace for a project entitled Negotiating Radical Change: Understanding and Extending the Lessons of the Polish Round Table Talks, in collaboration with Professor Michael Kennedy, Department of Sociology ( ). $340,000 from a variety of private and University sources for a conference entitled Communism s Negotiated Collapse: The Polish Round Table, Ten Years Later, in collaboration with Professor Michael Kennedy, Department of Sociology (1999). Funding from UROP, CAUP, and OVPR to support an exhibit entitled Making a Space for History, in collaboration with Professor Craig Borum, College of Architecture and Urban Planning (1999). William T. Ludolph, Jr. Junior Faculty Development Award (1999) University of Michigan International Institute Travel Grant (1999) Funding from CREES, CES, II, OVPR, Rackham, and the History Department for a conference entitled Vocabularies of Identity in Russia and Eastern Europe (1998). ACLS/SSRC Joint Committee on Eastern Europe Postdoctoral Fellowship in East European Studies ( ). Professional Presentations The Limits of Identity as a Conceptual Framework in Polish-Jewish History, keynote address for the conference Pragmatic Alliances Persistent Fidelity. Conceptions of Loyalty in the Polish- Jewish Context in the 20th Century, Leipzig University (November 6, 2014). Antisemitism and Catholicism in Post-WWII Poland, Clark University (April 2, 2014). The Memory Wars: Competing Claims of Martyrdom During WWII in Eastern Europe, Ann Arbor District Library (January 9, 2014) Piłsudski and the Polish Revolution, UM Copernicus Program and Polish Students Club (November 5, 2013). Fighting for God and Fatherland (or not): Catholicism and Modern Politics in Partitioned Poland, New York University (October 19, 2013). A Tale of Two Popes: The Church of John Paul II and the Church of Francis, UM Latin American and Caribbean Studies Center (October 4, 2013). Catholicism and Antisemitism in Modern Poland, keynote address for the conference Antisemitism in East-Central Europe, , German Historical Institute, Warsaw (May 16, 2013). Globalizing Poland s Communist Modernity, Midwest East European Historians Workshop, University of Illinois-Chicago (April 10, 2013). A Perfectly Normal Place: Globalizing Modernity in Eastern Europe, keynote address for the convention of the Midwest Slavic Studies Association, Ohio State University (April 5, 2013). Religion in the History of East-Central European Political Thought, Center for Advanced Studies, Sofia, Bulgaria (March 14, 2013). Clickers in the Humanities Classroom, Eastern Michigan University, February 20, The Politics of Sin in 19th and 20th Polish Catholicism, University of Virginia (October 26, 2012). Nationalism and Universalism in 19th Century Polish Catholicism, German Historical Institute, Warsaw (October 11, 2012). A Perfectly Normal Place: Globalizing Polish History, German Historical Institute, Warsaw (June 13, 2012). Austerity and Stimulus in Historical Perspective, Michigan School of Public Policy (March 15, 2012). Beyond the Polak-Katolik, National Convention for the Association on Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (November 19, 2011). Beyond Martyrdom: Polish-Jewish Relations During WWII, UM Frankel Center (October 25, 2011). The Polish Radical Right and the Roman Catholic Church, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary (October 5, 2011). Polish Catholicism and Antisemitism, Conference on Antisemitism in Hungary and Poland at University College, London (May 26, 2010). The Ecclesia Militans and the Catholic Nation in Modern Poland, Columbia University (April 16, 2010). The Ecclesia Militans and the Catholic Nation in Modern Poland, University of Wisconsin Madison (March 4, 2010). Anticommunist Dissent and the Catholic Church, University of Wisconsin Madison (March 4, 2010). Catholicism and the Ideology of Homogeneity in Polish History, UM Flint (January 15, 2009). The Ecclesia Militans and the Polak-Katolik, National Convention for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Boston (November 14, 2009). The Antisemite and the Antichrist: Love, Fear, and Catholicism in Modern Poland, University of Illinois-Chicago (October 20, 2009). The New Lines of Tolerance in Europe, a round-table symposium sponsored by the UM s CREES, CES, and EUC (December 6, 2008). New Digital Projects for East European History, National Convention for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, New Orleans (November 17, 2007). The Commemorated Talk Back: Excess Meaning and Historical Politics in Eastern Europe, UM Institute for Historical Studies / CREES Symposium on Anniversaries, Commemorations, and Historical Memory (November 1, 2006). Apocalyptic Antisemitism: Faith, Fear, and Polish Catholicism in the early 20th century, Columbia University (October 30, 2006). Apocalyptic Antisemitism: Faith, Fear, and Polish Catholicism in the early 20th century, UM Religious Studies Workshop (December 6, 2006). Giving Unto Caesar: Catholic Political Theology in Modern Poland, Conference on Religion and the Challenges of Modernity, Warsaw, Poland (June 24, 2006). Love, Hate, and Polish Catholicism at the Start of the 20th Century, Yale University (April 19, 2006). One Day after the Polish Presidential Election: An Analysis of the New Political Landscape, UM Center for Russian and East European Studies (October 10, 2005). Polish Catholicism after the Fall of Communism, Christianity in Eastern Europe Conference, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (June 9, 2005). For God and Fatherland: Studying Catholicism in Modern Poland, Christianity in Eastern Europe Conference, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan (June 7, 2005). The Legacy of John Paul II, UM Center for Russian and East European Studies (April 6, 2005). Poland after the US Elections, UM Center for European Studies (December 15, 2004). Is the Pope Catholic? Drawing the Boundaries of Roman Catholicism in Modern Polish History, Louisiana State University (November 12, 2004). Love, Hate, and Polish Catholicism in the early 20th Century, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (May 17, 2004). Who is a Catholic and What is Catholicism: Defining the Church in Modern Poland, CREES Brownbag Lecture, UM (April 7, 2004). Hetmanka and Mother: Representing the Virgin Mary in Modern Poland, National Convention for the American Historical Association, Washington, DC (January 9, 2004). Love and Hate in Interwar Polish Catholicism, National Convention for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Toronto (November 21, 2003). The People of God: Poland, Catholicism, and History, The University of Wisconsin (March 31, 2003). The Many Meanings of the Modern Mary: The Virgin in Polish Catholicism. UM CREES Faculty Colloquium (March 11, 2003). Beyond Jedwabne: Setting a New Research Agenda, National Convention for the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (November 23, 2002). For God and Fatherland: Poland, Catholicism, and Modernity, Stanford University (November 7, 2002). Is the Pope Catholic? Defining Roman Catholicism, University of West Virginia (September 25, 2002). Antisemitism and the Search for a Catholic Modernity, University of West Virginia (June 22, 2002). The Silences of Polish History, CREES, UM (April 20, 2002). What s Wrong with the History Channel, Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Lecture, UM (February 20, 2002). Does Religion Exist? PROFS Lecture, UM (February 19, 2002). The Resurgence of Religious History, Phi Alpha Theta lecture, UM (December 5, 2001). Polish Jews and Jewish Poles: Overcoming the Dichotomies of Identity, National Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Washington, D.C. (November 17, 2001). Reconciling Oneself to Reconciliation: Confronting Polish-Jewish Relations, Gaston Z. Ortigas Peace Institute, Manila, Philippines (August 17, 2001). Making a Space for Anti-Semitism: The Polish Catholic Hierarchy and the Jews in the Early 20 th Century, Georgetown University (April 25, 2001). Anti-Semitism, Anti-Polonism, and the Perpetuation of Hatred, Hillel Lecture Series, UM (March 18, 2001). The Search for a Catholic Modernity: Anti-Semitism and the Boundaries of Catholic Discourse in Poland, Indiana University Polish Studies Center (November 2000). Anti-Semitism, Catholicism, and Modernity in Poland, The VI Congress of the International Council for Central and East European Studies, Tampere, Finland (August 2000). Setting the Boundaries of the Radical Right in Contemporary Poland, UM Center for European Studies (April 2000). New Approaches to the Study of Nationalism, UM History Department Colloquium (March 2000). Marking the Boundaries of the Faith: Catholicism and the Radical Right in Early Twentieth- Century Poland, Miller Center Lecture, The University of Virginia (March 2000). New Approaches in Critical Oral History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Political Science (October 1999). Hatred and History, Phi Alpha Theta Lecture, The University of Tulsa (May 1999) For God and Fatherland: Catholic Narratives of Polish History, Institute for the Humanities, The UM (February 1998). Translating and Retranslating the Struggle for Survival: Spencer in Poland, National Convention of the American Historical Association, Seattle, Washington (January 1998). Poland s Multiple Modernities, National Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Seattle, Washington (November 1997). The Silences of Polish History, Workshop on Women and Gender in Poland, UM (May 1997). Hatred and History, Department of History Commencement Address, The UM (May 1997). The Political Landscape in Poland, Cleveland Society of Poles (May 1997). The P
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