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Daniel Margolies

Daniel Margolies (Dan)

Professor of History
Chair of History


Degrees Held

B.A., Hampshire College
M.A., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Office Location: 29 Blocker Hall
Phone: 757-455-5716
Email: dmargolies@vwu.edu
Department/s:
- History
Personal Website

Dan Margolies is a Professor of History and Chair of the History Department and the American Studies Program. He received his Ph.D. and M.A, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and his B.A. from Hampshire College

PUBLISHED BOOKS:
Daniel S. Margolies, Umut Özsu, Maïa Pal, and Ntina Tzouvala, eds., The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics. Routledge, 2019. Politics of Transnational Law series

Editor, Companion to Harry S. Truman. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Spaces of Law in American Foreign Relations: Extradition and Extraterritoriality in the Borderlands and Beyond, 1877-1898. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2011.
Published in hardcover and paperback

Henry Watterson and the New South:  The Politics of Empire, Free Trade, and Globalization.  Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2006
Published in hardcover.  E-book edition published in 2011

CURRENT BOOK PROJECTS (History):
Zones of Sovereignty and Exception: United States Jurisdictional Regimes Through the Law of the Sea Conventions (in progress)

CURRENT BOOK PROJECTS (Music):
Editor, El Chief de San Antonio: My Life in Conjunto Music, by Santiago Jiménez, Jr. (forthcoming)

Conjunto Music: Sustaining the Tradition in Texas (in progress, Texas Folklife)

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS: HISTORY
“Introduction - Oceans Forum,” Diplomatic History 44:3 (forthcoming, summer 2020)

“Offshore Submerged Lands, Jurisdiction, and U.S. Foreign Relations in the Early Postwar Period” Oceanic Governance Forum, Diplomatic History 44:3 (forthcoming, summer 2020)

“Introduction,” in Daniel S. Margolies, Umut Özsu, Maïa Pal, and Ntina Tzouvala, eds., The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics (Routledge, 2019)

“Imperial Reorderings in U.S. Zones and Regulatory Regimes, 1934-1950,” in Daniel S. Margolies, Umut Özsu, Maïa Pal, and Ntina Tzouvala, eds., The Extraterritoriality of Law: History, Theory, Politics (Routledge, 2019)

“Unilateralist Continuities in American Foreign Relations Proclamations,” Honam University Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (Gwangju, Korea) 60 (2018): 145-161.

“The United States: Imperium in Imperio in an Age of Imperialism, 1865-1886” in Christopher Dietrich, ed., A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations, Colonial Era to the Present (Wiley-Blackwell, forthcoming)

“Spatiality, Jurisdiction, and Sovereignty in Early Latin American Approaches to the Law of the Sea,” in Jaime Moreno Tejada and Bradley Tatar, eds., Transnational Frontiers of Asia and Latin America since 1800 (New York: Routledge, 2016), 85-97. Paperback edition 2018.

“Sovereignty and World History” (co-authored with H. Robert Baker), World History Bulletin XXIX: 1 (Spring, 2013)

“’Factors of Universal Commerce:’ Bonded Warehousing and the Spatialities of Mid-Nineteenth Century American Foreign Trade Policy,” World History Bulletin XXIX: 1 (Spring, 2013): 19-25.

“Trade, Finance, and Globalization (1980s-present),” in Thomas Zeiler and Robert Wright, eds., The CQ Guide to U.S. Economic Policy (CQ Press/Sage Publications, 2014): 243-255.

“Introduction,” in Margolies, ed., Companion to Harry S. Truman. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

“’The Ill-defined Fiction of Extraterritoriality’ and Sovereign Exception in Late Nineteenth Century U.S. Foreign Relations” Southwestern Law Review 40 (2011): 574-603.

PEER REVIEWED ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS: MUSIC

“A Preliminary Taxonomy of the Blue Ridge Taco: New Foodways and Spaces in Globalized Appalachia,” in Elizabeth S.D. Engelhardt and Lora Smith, eds., The Food We Eat, The Stories We Tell: Contemporary Appalachian Tables, Athens: Ohio University Press, 2019): 67-88.

“Reimagined Old Time Music Cultures in the Trainhopping Punk Rock South,” in Shawn Chandler Bingham and Lindsey Freeman, eds., The Bohemian South (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2017)

“Ethnographic and Folkloristic Study of Popular Culture,” in Gary Burns, ed., A Companion to Popular Culture (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016), 49-62.

Música, Muerte, y Jaripeo: Sound, Gender, and Violence in Diasporic Mexican Rodeo Videos,” Music and Sound in American Culture Special Issue, Journal of American Culture 38: 1 (March, 2015): 63-75.

“Introduction: Music and Sound in American Culture,” Journal of American Culture 38: 1 (March, 2015): 1-3. Acted as special guest editor of this issue

“Taquerias and Tiendas in the Blue Ridge:  Viewing the Transformation of Space in a Globalized Appalachia,” Appalachian Journal 39: 3-4 (Spring-Summer 2012).

 “Transmission of Conjunto Music in the 21st Century,” International Journal of Intangible Heritage 6:2 (2011): 26-33.   Published in both English and Korean

 “Voz de Pueblo Chicano: Sustainability, Teaching, and Intangible Cultural Transfer in Conjunto Music,” Journal of American Culture 34:1 (March, 2011): 36-48.

“Conjunto as Sustainable Music,” Tonantzin: Tejano Conjunto Festival en San Antonio, Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas, 2010.

 “Latino Migrant Music and Identity in the Borderlands of the New South,” Journal of American Culture 32:2 (June, 2009): 114-125.
-Awarded the 2010 Carl Bode Award for Outstanding Article in the Journal of American Culture in 2009 by the American Culture Association

“Sé Que Voy a Regresar:  Migrant Music and Globalization in the Nuevo South,” American Studies 31:1 (May, 2008): 1-24.   

DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP:
“Latinization of Southern Place and Space,” multimedia project permanently hosted by the Tocqueville Seminar and Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, http://tocqueville.richmond.edu/Latinization/index.php

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Thurs. 11 a.m.- 1 p.m.

Notes: Office hours may vary. Also available by appointment.