Name: Dr. Michael E OSullivan
Title: Associate Professor of History
Office Location: Fontaine 307
Extension: (845) 575-3000 ext. 2444
Email: michael.osullivan@marist.edu
Degrees Held:

Ph.D., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
M.A., University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
B.A., Canisius College

Interests:

Modern European History
Modern Germany
The Holocaust
Religious History
 

Awards & Honors:

Dr. Richard M. Hunt Fellowship for the Study of German History, Politics, Society, and Culture from the American Council on Germany, 2013

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Dissertation Fellowship, Germany, 2003-2004

Fulbright Research Fellowship, Germany, 1999-2000

Publications:

“Resistenz,Verweigerung und Kapitulation. Frauen, Jugend und das NS-Regime im Rheinland und in Westfalen, 1928-1945” in Die Grenzen des Milieus. Vergleichende Analysen zu Stabilität und Gefährdung katholischer Milieus in der Endphase der Weimarer Republik und in der NS-Zeit , Joachim Kuropka, (ed.), (Münster: Aschendorff, 2012).

"A Feminized Church? German Catholic Women, Piety, and Domesticity, 1918-1938," in Gender and Christianity in Modern Europe: Beyond the Feminization Thesis, Patrick Pasture and Jan Art (eds.), (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2012).

"West German Miracles: Catholic Mystics, Church Hierarchy, and Postwar Popular Culture," Zeithistorische Forschungen/ Studies in Contemporary History, Vol. 6, No. 1 (2009): 11-34

"From Catholic Milieu to Lived Religion: The Social and Cultural History of Modern German Catholicism," History Compass, Vol. 7, No. 3 (2009): 837-861

"German Democratic Republic Protests," International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest Immanuel Ness, Ed., (Blackwell Publishing, 2009), 1337-1346

"An Eroding Milieu? Catholic Youth, Church Authority, and Popular Behavior in Northwest Germany during the Third Reich, 1933-1938," Catholic Historical Review, Vol. XC, No. 2 (April 2004): 236-259

Presentations:

Presentations delivered at German Studies Association, American Historical Association, the German Historical Institute, the European Section of the Southern Historical Association, the American Academy of Religion, the University of Vechta, the University of Cologne, the University of Leuven, Cambridge University, the New York State Association for European Historians, and the Bienniel Conference on the History of Religion at Boston College

Lectures Delivered at Marist College for the Center for Lifetime Studies, the Catholic Studies Program, and the Big Read

Miscellaneous:

Books Reviews have appeared in German Studies Review, Social History, H-German, Patterns of Prejudice, and the Canadian Journal of History

"Hudson Valley Worldview: Francis Should Be Honest," Poughkeepsie Journal, May 5, 2013