Stave, Bruce M.
STAVE, Bruce M.
STAVE, Bruce M. American, b. 1937. Genres: History, Politics/Government, Urban studies. Career: University of Bridgeport, CT, instructor, 1965-66, assistant professor of history, 1966-70; University of Connecticut, Storrs, assistant professor, 1970-71, associate professor, 1971-75, professor of history, 1975-2002, director of the Center for Oral History, 1978-, chairman of History Dept., 1985-94, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor, 2000-, emeritus professor, 2002-. Fulbright professor of American history, Marathwada and Bhagalpur Univs., India, 1968-69, in Australasia, 1977, and Peking University, China, 1984-85; University of Hartford, Henry Jack Gray/NEH Distinguished Visiting Humanist, 2003. Journal of Urban History, associate editor, 1976-; Oral History Review, editor, 1996-99. Publications: The New Deal and the Last Hurrah: Pittsburgh Machine Politics, 1970; The Making of Urban History, 1977; (with M. Palmer) Mills and Meadows: A Pictorial History of Northeast Connecticut, 1991; (with J.F. Sutherland) From the Old Country: An Oral History of European Migration to America, 1994, rev. ed., 1999; (with M. Palmer) Witnesses to Nuremberg: An Oral History of American Participants at the War Crimes Trials, 1998. EDITOR: Urban Bosses, Machines, and Progressive Reformers, 1972; (with L. Ashby) The Discontented Society: Interpretations of 20th Century American Protest, 1972; Socialism and the Cities, 1975; Modern Industrial Cities: History, Policy and Survival, 1981; (with J.F. Sutherland) Talking about Connecticut: Oral History in the Nutmeg State, 1985. Address: Dept of History, University of Connecticut, Storrs Mansfield, CT 06269-2103, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]