|Name:||Dr. David B. Woolner|
|Title:||Associate Professor of History|
|Office Location:||Fontaine 209|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2279|
B.A. summa cum laude, English Literature and History, University of Minnesota
|Awards & Honors:||
Fullbright Research Chair
Searchng for Cooperation in a Troubled World: Cordell Hull, Anthony Eden and Anglo-American Relations, 1933-1938 (forthcoming from Praeger Press)
"An American Perspective on the Cold War Origins," in Out of the Cold: The Cold War and its Legacy, ed. by Michael R. Fitzgerald and Allen Packwood, Bloomsbury Academic, London, 2013
"Chuchill and Rooevelt: The Birth of the Anglo-Amercan Special Relaionship," for the Churchill Archive Online, published by Bloomsbury Academic, 2012
Historial Advisor, Redesign of the Permament Exibits, the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library and Museum, Hyde Pak, New York
Historical Advisor, Freedom from Fear: FDR Commander in Chief, a special exhibition at the William J. vanden Heuvel Gallery, September 2005-November 2006, FDR Presidential Library and Museum, Hyde Park, New York
Principle Writer/Creative Consultant for a permanent exhibit on U.S.-Canadian Relations entitled "A Legacy of Friendship," housed in the Edmund Muskie Visitors Center, Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Campobello Island, New Brunswick
20th Century Anglo-American Relations
|Conferences & Workshops:||
"FDR and the Creation of the Postwar World," paper presented at the conference Progressivm in America: Past, Present and Future, sponsored by the Roosevelt Institute and the Clinton Institute for American Studies, University College, Dublin, Ireland November 7-9, 2013
"Franklin D. Roosevelt's Economic Bill of Rights: A Lesson for Today?," presented at the Columbia University Seminar on Full Employment, Columbia University Faculty House, October 18, 2013
"America on the Brink of Collapse: FDR and the Launch of theNew Deal," presented at the symposium 1933--A Transformative Year in American HIstory, the Henry A. Wallace Center, FDR Presiential Library, September 18, 2013
“Searching for Parallels: FDR, Obama, and American Foreign Policy in a Troubled World," lecture presented to the 22nd Annual Diplomatic Studies Roundtable, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Boston MA, November 16, 2012
“Why the Election of Barack Obama will not usher in a new, New Deal,” paper presented to the symposium on the 2012 American elections at the Institut für Politkwissenschaft of the University of Zurich, Zurich Switzerland, October 25, 2012
“Franklin D. Roosevelt: The Reluctant Keynesian?” paper presented to the annual Transatlantic Studies Association Conference, University College Cork, Cork, Ireland, July 9-12, 2012.
"Heroes or Villains? FDR, Pope Pius XII and the Evolution of Public Thought in Response to the Holocaust" presented at American Responses to the Holocaust: Transatlantic Perspectives, sponsored by the Roosevelt Study Center, the Netherlands-American Studies Association, and the Institute of Jewish Studies University of Antwerp, Middelburg, NL, and Antwerp, Belgium, June 15-17, 2011.
Senior Fellow and Resident Historian Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute; Honorary Fellow, Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburg, Netherlands; Editorial Board, International History Review; Member, Advisory Group to the Churchill Archives Project; Society for the History of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR); British International History Group (BIHG); Transatlantic Studies Association (TSA)
Historical Consultant for Ken Burns Film, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, to air on PBS, fall 2014; Historical Consultant HBO/BBC Films Production of Churchill: Into the Storm, aired in 2009; Appearances on CNN, The History Channel, the BBC, Foxnews, NY1, Al Jazeera, WAMC Radio, BBC Radio 4, Radio Free Europe, BBC Wales; reviews, interviews/press pieces in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, Irish Times, Financial Times, Izvestia, Huffington Post, Salon.com, Poughkeepsie Journal and other publications.