Gerald  L.  Soliday

Historical Studies     History of Ideas
School of Arts and Humanities    MS JO 3.1
The University of Texas at Dallas

800  West Campbell Road

Richardson,  TX  75080-3021

 

Office:  Jonsson 5.608 F

E-mail:  soliday@utdallas.edu

 

 

 

 

Professional Profile                             Curriculum vitae (short)           Curriculum vitae (long)

 

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RESEARCH::           A Social History of Marburg, Germany, 1560-1800

 

            Project Description:     Journal of Family History  2 (1977): 164-168

            Essay on Urban Elites:   Marburger Geschichte, ed. Erhart Dettmering and Rudolf Grenz

   (Marburg, 1980; reprinted 1982), 345-352

            Article on  Popular Schooling:     Hessisches Jahrbuch für Landesgeschichte 43 (1993): 107-137

            Article on the Marburg Jews in the Early Modern Period:   History of the Family 8 (2003): 495-516

            Revised German version of article on Marburger Juden 1640-1800, Hessisches Jahrbuch für

   Landesgeschichte  58 (2008): 1-25

Article on Marburg Students and Hessian Educational Policy in the Eighteenth Century,

   Hessisches Jahrbuch für Landesgeschichte 61 (2011): 59-86

 

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                        COURSES                Although I am now retired, I am serving on graduate committees

                                                            and offering independent-study courses.  To arrange such a

                                                            course, please contact me by e-mail at soliday@utdallas.edu .

                                                            On occasion I will offer an organized course.

 

 

Fall  2014                  Office Hours:  by appointment through e-mail

                                    Will generally arrange to be on campus Wednesdays

 

 

HUHI 6396 034              Graduate Historical Inquiry                  (T B A)              Draft Syllabus

                                    Registered or interested students should send me their schedules

                                    by e-mail,  so I may compare them and decide on a meeting time.

 

 

 

RECENT  ORGANIZED  COURSES:

Fall  2013

HUHI 6396 034              Graduate Historical Inquiry                  (W   1:00-3:45)                  Syllabus

HUHI 7368 501              Reading Shakespeare Historically        (R    7:00-9:45)                 Syllabus

 

Fall 2012

HUHI 6396 034              Graduate Historical Inquiry                  (T 4:00-6:45)

 

Fall  2011

HUHI 6396 034              Graduate Historical Inquiry                  (W 1:00-3:45)

 

Fall  2010

HUHI 6396 034              Graduate Historical Inquiry

 

Spring 2009

HUHI  7386  501            The Artist & Writer in Society:              (R    7:00-9:45)

Reading Shakespeare Historically

 

Fall   2008

HUHI   7399 034            Graduate Historical Inquiry

 

Spring  2007

HUHI 6325 501              Movements in Thought and Culture:

                                    The European Enlightenment  (R   7 – 9:45)                   Syllabus

Fall   2006

HUHI   7399 034            Graduate Historical Inquiry

 

Fall   2005

Hst    4344 001            European Enlightenment                                             Syllabus

HUHI   6325 501            Mozart and the German Enlightenment                        Syllabus

HUHI   7399 034            Graduate Historical Inquiry

 

Spring  2005

HUMA 5300 001            Interdisciplinary Approaches to Arts and Humanities   Syllabus

HUHI   7399 034            Graduate Historical Inquiry

 

Fall   2004

HIST   3319 501            Early Modern Europe                           (W   7:00-9:45)   Syllabus

HUHI   6325 501            The European Enlightenment               (T    7:00-9:45)

HUMA 5300 001            Interdisciplinary Approaches to Arts and Humanities

 

Spring  2004

HIST   3301 501            Historical Inquiry                                 (R   7:00-9:45)    Syllabus

HUHI   7399 034            Graduate Historical Inquiry

HUHI   7386 501            The Artist & Writer in Society:              (W  7:00-9:45)    Syllabus

                                    Shakespeare and the Woman Question

 

Fall  2003

HUMA 3300 001            Reading & Writing Texts                   (MW  12:30-1:45)    Syllabus

HUMA 3300 502            Reading & Writing Texts                       (W  7:00-9:45)

HUHI   7386 501            The Artist & Writer in Society:              (M  7:00-9:45)

                                    Mozart and the German Enlightenment