Daniel J SingalEmeritus Professor of History
Joined faculty in 1980
Ph.D., Columbia (with distinction)
B.A., Harvard magna cum laude
Writing a history of Modernist culture in the United States
George Washington University
Introduction to the American Experience
The United States Since 1939
William Faulkner and Southern Historical Consciousness
Aquarian Age: The United States in the 1960s
History of American Thought to 1865
History of American Thought Since 1865
William Faulkner: The Making of a Modernist. Chapel Hill, 1997.
The War Within: From Victorian to Modernist Thought in the South, 1919-1945. Chapel Hill, 1982.
Editor, Modernist Culture in America. Belmont, CA., 1989.
Editor, revised edition, The Making of a Quagmire: America and Vietnam During the Kennedy Era, by David Halberstam. New York, 1987.
"Beyond Consensus: Richard Hofstadter and American Historiography." American Historical Review, 89 (Octover, 1984): 976-1004.
"Broadus Mitchell and the Persistence of New South Thought." Journal of Southern History, 45 (August, 1979): 353-380.
"Let Them Eat Images." Reviews in American History, 23 (June, 1995): 342-47.
"The Other Crisis in American Education." The Atlantic Monthly, 267 (November, 1991): 59-74.
"Towards a Definition of American Modernism." American Quarterly, 39 (Spring, 1987): 7-26.
"Ulrich B. Phillips: The Old South as the New." Journal of American History, 63 (March, 1977): 871-891.
Organization of American Historians
American Historical Association
Modernist Studies Association