CURRICULUM VITAE

J. Calvitt Clarke III
Professor Emeritus
History Department
Jacksonville University
Jacksonville, FL 32211

80 Meadow Heights Lane
Lexington, VA 2450
540-261-8861
jclarke@ju.edu

EDUCATION

* Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1988 (Russian/Soviet History). Dissertation: "Russia and Italy Against Germany: The Bolshevik-Fascist Rapprochement of 1933 and 1934" (Directed by Clifford Foust).

* M.A. James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, 1975 (Modern European History). Thesis: "David Lloyd George and the Irish Settlement, 1916-1921" (Directed by John Wood).

* B.A. Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, 1969 (European History; Sociology).

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Monographs

* “Always More Hungry Children Than Sponsors: The Life and Times of Dr. J. Calvitt Clarke,” in progress.

* Russia and Italy Against Hitler: The Bolshevik-Fascist Rapprochement of the 1930s. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1991.

* Alliance of the Colored Peoples: Ethiopia & Japan Before World War II. Oxford: James Currey, 2011.

 

Book Chapters

* “An Alliance of the ‘Colored’ Peoples: Ethiopia and Japan.” In Collision of Empires: Italy’s Invasion of Ethiopia and its International Impact. Edited by Bruce Strang. Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing, 2013, 231-60.

*Soviet Appeasement, Collective Security, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936.” In Collision of Empires: Italy’s Invasion of Ethiopia and its International Impact. Edited by Bruce Strang. Farnham, Surrey, United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing, 2013, 261-86.

* With Mariko A. Clarke. "Yamato wo meguru Bei-Kaigun no Joho-Katsudo" [Intelligence Activities of the US Navy Concerning the Yamato], 162-96. In Senkan Yamato [Battleship Yamato]. Edited by Youichi Hirama. Tokyo: Kodan-sha, 2003.

* "The Politics of Arms Not Given: Japan, Ethiopia, and Italy in the 1930s." In Girding for Battle: Arms Sales in a Global Perspective, 1800-1950. Edited by Donald J. Stoker and Jonathan A. Grant. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2003, 135-53.

* "Italo-Soviet Military Cooperation in the 1930s." In Girding for Battle: Arms Sales in a Global Perspective, 1800-1950. Edited by Donald J. Stoker and Jonathan A. Grant. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers, 2003, 177-99.

 

Articles

Refereed

* “The Life of Joshua G. Clarke: Mississippi’s First Chancellor.” FCH Annals: Journal of the Florida Conference of Historians 20 (May 2013): 1-10.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_20.pdf

* "An Enterprising Spirit: Richard Hamilton, 1811-1819." FCH Annals: Journal of the Florida Conference of Historians, 18 (Mar. 2011): 49-64.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_18.pdf

* "Red and White in Ethiopia Before the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 17 (Feb. 2010): 35-43.

http://fch.fiu.edu/FCH-2009/Calvitt_reds_and_whites_in_ethiopia.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_17.pdf

* "A Japanese Scoundrel’s Skin Game: Japanese Economic Penetration of Ethiopia and Diplomatic Complications Before the Second Italo-Ethiopian War." Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, ed. by Svein Ege, Harald Aspen, Birhanu Teferra and Shiferaw Bekele. Trondheim, Norway 2009. 219-32.

http://portal.svt.ntnu.no/sites/ices16/Proceedings/Volume%201/J.%20Calvitt%20Clarke%20III-%20A%20Japanese%20Scoundrel%E2%80%99s%20Skin%20Game.pdf

* "Fedor Evgenievich Konovalov's Eyewitness Memoirs of the Second Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-36." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 16 (Feb. 2009): 37-44.

http://fch.fiu.edu/fch-2008/Clarke-FedorEvgenievichKonovalovEyewitnessMemoirs.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_16.pdf

* "Feodor Konovalov and the Italo-Ethiopian War (Part II)." World War II Quarterly 6 (Spr. 2008): 23-49.

http://www.hpu.edu/Libraries_HPU/Files/World_War_II_Quarterly/WWII_Quarterly_5_2.pdf

* "A Japanese Scoundrel’s Skin Game: Japanese Economic Penetration of Ethiopia and Diplomatic Complications Before the Second Italo-Ethiopian War." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 15 (Feb. 2008): 25-40.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2007/Clarke-A%20Japanese%20Scoundrel.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_15.pdf

* "Feodor Konovalov and the Italo-Ethiopian War (Part I)." World War II Quarterly 5 (Win. 2008): 4-37.

http://www.hpu.edu/Libraries_HPU/Files/World_War_II_Quarterly/WWII_Quarterly_5_1.pdf

* "Foreign Minister Heruy’s Mission to Japan in 1931: Ethiopia's Effort to Find a Non-Western Model for Modernization." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 14 (Mar. 2007): 17-28.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_14.pdf

* "The ‘I’ in History: An Historian’s Self-Indulgent Foray into Family History—The Calvet’s From France to the American Frontier." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 13 (Apr. 2006): 46-59.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2006/Clarke-The%20I%20in%20History.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_13.pdf

* "Dashed Hopes for Support: Daba Birrou's and Shoji Yunosuke's Trip to Japan, 1935." In Siegbert Uhlig, ed., Proceedings of the XVth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Hamburg: Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2006, 224-32.

* "The Fog of War: American Perceptions of the Japanese Battleship Yamato." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 12 (Feb. 2005): 27-41. http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2005/Clarke-The%20Fog%20of%20War.htm; http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_12.pdf

* "Dashed Hopes for Support: Daba Birrou's and Shoji Yunosuke's Trip to Japan, 1935." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 11 (Spr. 2004): 7-22.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2003/Clarke-Dashed%20Hopes%20For%20Support1-2003.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_10-11.pdf

* "Seeking a Model for Modernization: The Japanizers of Ethiopia." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 10 (Spr. 2004): 35-51.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2002/Clarke-Seeking%20a%20Model%20for%20Modernization-2002.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_10-11.pdf

* "Mutual Interests: Japan and Ethiopia Before the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-36." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 9 (Feb. 2002): 83-97.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_8-9.pdf

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizzata.html

* "Marriage Alliance: The Union of Two Imperiums: Japan and Ethiopia?" Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 7 (Dec. 1999): 105-16.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-1999/Calvitt-1999.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_6-7.pdf

* "Japan and Italy Squabble Over Ethiopia: The Sugimura Affair of July 1935." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 6 (Dec. 1999): 9-20.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-1998/Clarke-Japan%20and%20Ethiopia%20Squabble1-1998.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_6-7.pdf

* "Periphery and Crossroads: Ethiopia and World Diplomacy, 1934-36." In Ethiopia in Broader Perspective: Papers of the XIIIth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. 3 vols. Edited by K. E. Fukui and M. Shigeta. Kyoto: Shokado Book Sellers, 1997, 1: 699-712.

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizzi.html

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/wizzi.html

* "Search for Areas of Cooperation: Italian Precursors to the Nazi Soviet Pact of 1939. Preliminary Comments." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 5 (Dec. 1997): 8-20.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_5.pdf

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizze.html

* "Soviet Appeasement, Collective Security, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 4 (Dec. 1996): 115-32.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_3-4.pdf

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizzf.html

* "Italy and the Nazi-Soviet Pact of August 23, 1939." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 3 (Dec. 1996): 30-39.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_3-4.pdf

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizzg.html

* "Ital'ianskii fashizm i russkii kommunizm" [Italian Fascism and Russian Communism]. Rossiia i sovremennyi mir: Problemy mneniia diskussii sobytiia [Russia and the Contemporary World (Russian Academy of Sciences)] (1996): 291-316.

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/fashizm.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/fashizm.html

* "Italy and Plan Barbarossa." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 2 (Sept. 1994): 81-103.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_2.pdf

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-1994/Clarke_1994.htm

 

Not Refereed

* "Russia Loses Control of Eastern Europe." Kokusai Kankei Kenkyu [Studies in International Relations] 14 (Feb. 1994): 57-78. (The publication of a guest lecture at the College of International Relations, Institute of International Relations, Nihon University, Mishima, Japan).

* "The Soviet Union. . . Oh, . . . The Former Soviet Union." Compass 24 (Fall 1992): 10-12. http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/wizzq.html

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/wizzq.html

* "Manifestations of Cordiality." Naval History 3 (Spr. 1989): 24-28.

 

Encyclopedia Articles

* With Boris Gorelik. “Konovalov, Fjodor Evgenjevič. Encyclopaedia Aethiopica. Vol. 5. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, forthcoming.

* "Ultranationalist Japanese Supporting Ethiopia." Encyclopaedia Aethiopica. Vol. 3. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2007.

* "Italy, Relations with." Encyclopedia of Russian History. 4 vols. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, 2003.

 

Translation Projects

* Assisted, "Questions and Answers: Erminio Bagnasco." Interview by Robert von Maier and Vincent P. O'Hara. World War II Quarterly 6 (Win. 2009): 40-51.

* John R. Pritchard. "Changes in Perception: British Civil and Military Perspectives on War Crimes Trials and Their Legal Context (1942-1956)." In Nichi-ei Koryu-shi, 1600-2000 [History of Anglo-Japanese Relations: 1600-2000]. Volume 3: Gunji [Military]. Edited by Yoichi Hirama. Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppan-kai, 2001, 306-23. English translated to Japanese by Jay and Mariko Clarke.

* A. Hamish Ion. "Commanding the Sea: Anglo-Japanese Military Relations Before and During the Nineteenth Century." In Nichi-ei Koryu-shi, 1600-2000 [History of Anglo-Japanese Relations: 1600-2000]. Volume 3: Gunji [Military]. Edited by Yoichi Hirama Tokyo: Tokyo Daigaku Shuppan-kai, 2001, 8-20. English translated to Japanese by Jay and Mariko Clarke.

* Michio Asakawa. "British Influence on the Establishment of the Bakumatsu and Meiji Military: The Japanese Perspective." In The History of Anglo-Japanese Relations, 1600-2000. Vol. 3: The Military Dimension. Edited by Ian Gow, John Chapman, and Yoichi Hirama. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, 13-34. Japanese to English by Jay and Mariko Clarke.

* Yoshito Kita. "The Japanese Military’s Attitude Toward International Law and the Treatment of Prisoners of War." In The History of Anglo-Japanese Relations, 1600-2000. Vol. 3: The Military Dimension. Edited by Ian Gow, John Chapman, and Yoichi Hirama. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003, 255-79. Japanese to English by Jay and Mariko Clarke.

* "Anglo Japanese Military Relations, 1800-1900: Japanese Perspectives," by Michio Asakawa, Tokyo Rika University. Paper delivered at Sheffield College, England, September 1998. Japanese to English by Jay and Mariko Clarke.

 

Editor

*Editorial Committee, Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians, 2001-02; 2004-05.

*Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians, 1993-96.

 

Scholarly Book Reviews

* David R. Stone, ed. The Soviet Union at War, 1941-1941. South Yorkshire: Pen & Sword Books, 2010, in Russian Review, 70 (July 2011): 532-533.

* David Wolff, Steven G. Marks, Bruce W. Menning, David Schimmelpenninck Van Der Oye, John W. Steinberg, and Yokote Shinji, eds. The Russo-Japanese War in Global Perspective: World War Zero. Vol. 2. Leiden: Brill, 2007, in Russian Review, 67 (Jan. 2008).

* G. Bruce Strang. On the Fiery March: Mussolini Prepares for War. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003, in Journal of Modern History 77 (Dec. 2005); 1125-27.

* David Carlton. Churchill and the Soviet Union. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000, in Russian Review 61 (Jan. 2002): 139.

* Kevin McDermott and Jeremy Agnew. The Comintern: A History of International Communism from Lenin to Stalin. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1997, in Russian Review 57 (July 1998).

* Caroline Kennedy-Pipe. Stalin's Cold War: Soviet Strategies in Europe, 1943 to 1956. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995, in Russian History/Histoire Russe.

* Geoffrey Roberts. The Soviet Union and the Origins of the Second World War: Russo-German Relations and the Road to War, 1933-1941. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1995, in Russian Review 56 (Jan. 1997).

* Robert A. Jones. The Soviet Concept of 'Limited Sovereignty' from Lenin to Gorbachev: The Brezhnev Doctrine. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990, in Soviet and Post-Soviet Review.

* Sergiu Verona. Military Occupation and Diplomacy: Soviet Troops in Romania, 1944-1958. Foreword by J. F. Brown. Durham: Duke University Press, 1991, in Russian History/Histoire Russe.

* Izidors Joseph Vizulis. The Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of 1939: The Baltic Case. New York: Praeger, 1990, in Soviet Union-Unione Sovietique.

* Geoffrey R. Roberts. The Unholy Alliance: Stalin's Pact with Hitler. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1989, in Soviet Union-Unione Sovietique.

 

 

PARTICIPATION AT SCHOLARLY CONFERENCES

* The Second Life of the Reverend J. Calvitt Clarke: Popular Novelist.” Florida Conference of Historians, St. Augustine, FL, Feb. 2014.

* “The Life of Joshua G. Clarke: Mississippi’s First Chancellor.” Florida Conference of Historians, Lake City, FL, Feb. 2012.

* "An Enterprising Spirit: Richard Hamilton, 1811-1819." Florida Conference of Historians, Wakulla Springs, FL, Feb. 2010.

* "Integrating Russia into Teaching Russian History." Annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Charlottesville, VA, Mar. 2009.

* "Red and White in Ethiopia Before the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Florida Conference of Historians, Ft. Myers, FL, Feb. 2009.

* "Fedor Evgenievich Konovalov’s Eyewitness Memoirs of the Second Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-36." Florida Conference of Historians, Jacksonville, FL, Feb. 2008.

* "Seeking an Alliance of the World's Colored Peoples: Foreign Minister Heruy’s Mission to Japan in 1931." Association for Third World Studies, Lima, Peru, Nov. 2007.

* "A Japanese Scoundrel’s Skin Game: Japanese Economic Penetration of Ethiopia and Diplomatic Complications Before the Second Italo-Ethiopian War." XVIth meeting of the International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Trondheim, Norway, July 2007.

* "A Japanese Scoundrel’s Skin Game: Japanese Economic Penetration of Ethiopia and Diplomatic Complications Before the Second Italo-Ethiopian War." Florida Conference of Historians, Orlando, FL, Mar. 2007.

* "Foreign Minister Heruy's Mission to Japan in 1931: Ethiopia's Effort to Find a Non-Western Model for Modernization." Florida Conference of Historians. Miami, FL, May 2006.

* "Ethiopia's Failed Search for an Ally: Daba Birrou's Mission to Japan During the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-36." Association for Third World Studies. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Nov. 2005.

* "Forging an Alliance of the 'Colored Peoples' of the World: Ethiopia's Foreign Minister Heruy's Mission to Japan, 1931." International Studies Association. Istanbul, Turkey, Aug. 2005.

* "The 'I' in History: An Historian's Self-Indulgent Foray into Family History: The Calvet's from France to the American Frontier." Florida Conference of Historians. Mar. 2005.

* Chair. "Japan's Diplomacy." Meeting of International Studies Association. Istanbul, Turkey, Aug. 2005.

* Discussant. "Integration in East Asia." Meeting of International Studies Association. Istanbul, Turkey, Aug. 2005.

* "Ethiopia's Non-Western Model for Modernization: Foreign Minister Heruy's Visit to Japan in 1931." International Studies Association, South. Columbia, SC, Oct. 2004.

* "Soviet Russia and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-36." Southern Conference on Slavic Studies. Roanoke, VA, Mar. 2004.

* "The Fog of War: American Perceptions of the Japanese Battleship Yamato." Florida Conference of Historians. Lake City, FL, Mar. 2004.

* "The Fog of War: American Perceptions of the Japanese Battleship Yamato." Southeast Conference/Association for Asian Studies. Gainesville, FL, Jan. 2004.

* "Dashed Hopes for Support: Daba Birrou's and Shoji Yunosuke's Trip to Japan, 1935." Meeting of the XVth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Hamburg, Germany, July 2003.

* "Dashed Hopes for Support: Daba Birrou's and Shoji Yunosuke's Trip to Japan, 1935." Annual meeting of Florida Conference of Historians. Jacksonville, FL, Feb. 2003.

"Seeking a Model for Modernization: The Japanizers of Ethiopia." Florida Conference of Historians. Fort Lauderdale, FL, Apr. 2002.

* "Seeking a Model for Modernization: The Japanizers of Ethiopia." Annual meeting of the Association for Third World Studies. Savannah, GA, Oct. 2001.

* Chair and Discussant. "The Economics and Sociology of Globalization." Meeting of the International Studies Association. Hong Kong, PRC, July 2001.

* "The Politics of Arms Not Given: Japan and Ethiopia in the 1930s." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Tallahassee, FL, Mar. 2001.

* Chair and Discussant. "Japan: Medieval and Modern." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Tallahassee, FL, Mar. 2001.

* "Mutual Interests? Japan and Ethiopia before the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-36." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Orlando, FL March 31-April 1, 2000.

* "Japan and Ethiopia: Two Imperiums United by Marriage?" Annual meeting of the Association for Third World Studies. San Jose, Costa Rica, Nov. 1999.

* "The Union of Two Imperiums: Japan and Ethiopia?" Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Fort Myers, FL, Apr. 1999.

* Chair. "The Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-1936: Young Historians Explore the Nature and Meaning of Conflict." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Fort Myers, FL, Apr. 1999.

* "Japan, Collective Security, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935-36." Third Pan-European International Relations Conference and Joint Meeting with the International Studies Association. Vienna, Austria, Sept. 1998.

* "Japan and Italy Squabble Over Ethiopia: The Sugimura Affair of July 1935." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Daytona Beach, FL, Mar. 1998.

* Chair. "Historical Research, Teaching, and the Internet." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Daytona Beach, FL, Mar. 1998.

* "Russia, Japan, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." XIIIth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Kyoto, Japan, Dec. 1997.

* Chair. "History (IV): Italian Occupation." XIIIth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies. Kyoto, Japan, Dec. 1997.

* "Periphery and Crossroads: Ethiopia and World Diplomacy, 1934-36." Annual meeting of Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations. Washington, DC, June 1997.

* Discussant. "The U.S. Military: Occupation and Assistance." Annual meeting of the World War II Conference. Siena College, Loudonville, NY, May 1997.

* "Search for Areas of Cooperation: Italian Precursors to the Nazi-Soviet Pact of 1939. Preliminary Comments." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Jacksonville, FL, Mar. 1997.

* "Soviet Appeasement, Collective Security, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Annual meeting of the World War II Conference. Siena College, Loudonville, NY, May 1996.

* "Prologue to the Nazi-Soviet Pact: The Italo-Soviet Agreements of Early 1939." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Broward, FL, Mar. 1996.

* Chair. "Art in Early Modern Europe." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians. Fort Lauderdale, FL, Mar. 1996.

* "Prologue to the Nazi-Soviet Pact: The Italo-Soviet Agreements of Early 1939." Annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies. Asheville, NC, Mar. 1996.

* "The Soviet Union, Japan, and the Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Meeting of the African and African-American Development, Education, Research and Training, Springfield, MA, Dec. 1995.

* "Soviet Appeasement and the Italo-Ethiopian War, 1935-1936." Annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Washington, DC, Nov. 1995.

* "The First World in Third World Struggles: The Italo-Ethiopian War of 1935 and 1936." Annual meeting of the Association for Third World Studies. Jacksonville, FL, Oct. 1995.

* Chair. "Imperialism and Crisis in Nigeria." Annual meeting of the Association for Third World Studies. Jacksonville, FL, Oct. 1995.

* "The Soviet Union, Japan, and the Outbreak of the Italo-Abyssinian War of 1935-36." Annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies. Norfolk, VA, Mar. 1994.

* "Italy and Plan Barbarossa." Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians, Panama City, FL, Mar. 1994.

* "Italy and the Invasion of the Soviet Union, June 22, 1941." Annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. Miami, FL, Nov. 1991.

* "The Soviet Union, Italy and the Nazi-Soviet Pact of August 23, 1939." Annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Charlottesville, VA, Oct. 1989.

* "Italo-Soviet Military Relations in 1933 and 1934: Manifestations of Cordiality." Annual meeting of the Duquesne History Forum, Pittsburgh, PA, Oct. 1988.

* "Italo-Soviet Military Relations in 1933 and 1934: Manifestations of Cordiality." Annual meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference. Albany, NY, Apr. 1988.

 

 

FAMILY HISTORY WEB PUBLICATIONS

* "The 'I' in History: An Historian's Self-Indulgent Foray into Family History: The Calvet's from France to the American Frontier."

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/calvetfamily.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/calvetfamily.html

* "The ‘I’ in History: An Historian’s Self-Indulgent Foray into Family History—The Calvet’s From France to the American Frontier." Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians 13 (Apr. 2006): 46-59.

http://fch.ju.edu/FCH-2006/Clarke-The%20I%20in%20History.htm

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_13.pdf

* “Joseph Calvit and His Family in Mississippi.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitfamily.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitfamily.html

Appendix 1: “Joseph Calvit’s Service in the Old Northwest.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp1.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp1.html

Appendix 2: “Frederick Calvitt—Scalping and a Will.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp2.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp2.html

Appendix 3: “William Calvit and Trouble with Wives.

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp3.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp3.html

Appendix 4: “Thomas Calvit: A Law Suit and a Will.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp4.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp4.html

Appendix 5: “The Calvit Family and Slaves.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp5.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp5.html

Appendix 6: “Land and Property in the Calvit/Higdon Families.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp6.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp6.html

Appendix 7: “Protest Against Governor Sargent.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp7.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp7.html

Appendix 8: “Joseph Calvit Sells Land for Fort Dearborn.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp8.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp8.html

Appendix 9: “Thomas Calvit, Calvitston, and Aaron Burr.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp9.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp9.html

Appendix 10: “Mary Dean Calvit Higdon’s Will.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp10.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp10.html

Appendix 11: “Joseph Calvit’s Revolutionary War Pension and His Disposition of Property After His Death.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/josephcalvitapp11.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/josephcalvitapp11.html

* "Joshua Giles Clarke: Mississippi’s First Chancellor."

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jgclarke.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jgclarke.html

* “The Life of Joshua G. Clarke: Mississippi’s First Chancellor.” FCH Annals: Journal of the Florida Conference of Historians 20 (May 2013): 1-10.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_20.pdf

* "Judge Joseph Calvitt Clarke of New Orleans and His Family.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jcalvittclarke1.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jcalvittclarke1.html

Appendix 1: “Benjamin Page: The Father of Phoebe Ann Page.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jcalvittclarke1appendix.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jcalvittclarke1appendix.html

Appendix 2: “Land Purchase for the Clarke House.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jcalvittclarke1appendix.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jcalvittclarke1appendix.html

Appendix 3: “The Fire that Killed Benjamin Page Clarke.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jcalvittclarke1appendix.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jcalvittclarke1appendix.html

Appendix 4: “Ella Hamilton and Her Son, Joseph Calvitt Clarke, in Brooklyn.”

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/jcalvittclarke1appendix.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/jcalvittclarke1appendix.html

* "An Enterprising Spirit: Richard Hamilton, 1811-1819."

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/familyhamilton.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/familyhamilton.html

* "An Enterprising Spirit: Richard Hamilton, 1811-1819." FCH Annals: Journal of the Florida Conference of Historians, 18 (Mar. 2011): 49-64.

http://fch.ju.edu/fch_vol_18.pdf

 

 

OTHER PRESENTATIONS

* "Impact of the Russian Revolution: Ideology Matters." Comments to the Meeting of the Western Front Association, Jacksonville, FL, May 1998.

* "Hiruy Wolde-Selassie – The Father of Amharic Literature."

http://users.ju.edu/jclarke/heruycongrats.htm

http://jcalvittclarkeiii.weebly.com/heruycongrats.html

 

 

CONFERENCES HOSTED

* Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians, Feb. 2008, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.

* Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians, Feb. 2003, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.

* Annual meeting of the Florida Conference of Historians, Feb. 1997, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.

* Annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Mar. 1992, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL.

 

 

AWARDS AND GRANTS

* International Studies Association Travel Grant Award, May 2005.

* Compensated Leave for Research, Jacksonville University, Fall 2003, Spring 2004.

* Research Grant, Jacksonville University, Sum. 2002.

* Thomas M. Campbell Award, best paper published in the Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians, Apr. 2002.

* Jacksonville University’s Faculty Scholarship and Professional Development Award, Mar. 2002.

* International Studies Association Travel Grant Award, July 2001.

* Research Grant, Jacksonville University, July 2000.

* Thomas M. Campbell Award, best paper published in the Selected Annual Proceedings of the Florida Conference of Historians, Mar. 2000.

* Japanese Gaimusho [Foreign Ministry of Japan] (Translation project), Dec. 2000.

* International Studies Association Travel Grant Award, Sept. 1998.

* Compensated Leave for Research, Jacksonville University, Spr. 1998.

* Research Grant, Jacksonville University, Spr. 1998.

* Research Grant, Jacksonville University, June 1996.

* Residential Fellowship, Washington DC, Kennan Institute of the Wilson Center for Advanced Russian Studies, June 1994.

* Research Grant, Jacksonville University, Dec. 1993.

* Tourist Development Grant, Spr. 1992, to host annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies.

 

 

TEACHING RECORD

* Jacksonville U., Jacksonville, FL, 1990-2008. Professor Emeritus.

* Fort Hays State U., Hays, KS, 1989-90. Visiting Assistant Professor.

* Cleveland State U., Cleveland, OH, 1988-89. Visiting Assistant Professor.

* U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD, 1987-88. Visiting Instructor.

* U. of Maryland University College (Eur. Div.), Heidelberg, W. Germany, 1984-86. Instructor.

* Program for Afloat College Education, 1979-84. Instructor, assignments aboard US Navy ships.

* U. of Maryland University College, College Park, MD, 1978-83. Lecturer.

* U. of Maryland, College Park, MD, 1976-82. Teaching Assistant.

* James Madison U., Harrisonburg, VA, 1973-74. Graduate Assistant, Coach.

* Douglas Freeman High School, Richmond, VA, 1969-72, 1974-75. Teacher, Coach.