David McDonald

My specialization is Russian to 1917.

My research and teaching interests include the History of Imperial Russia (1649-1917); social, intellectual, political and diplomatic.


Education:

  • PhD - Columbia
  • MA - Toronto
  • BA - Toronto 

Books:

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United Government and Russian Foreign Policy, 1900-1914 (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard U.P., 1992).  View Book Details

Selected Publications:

  • (translated), B. Feygin, The Theory and Practice of Planned Price-Formation in the USSR (Washington D. C.: Delphic Associates, 1983).

Advisor To:

  • Dzhambul Akkaziev
  • Nilufer Duygu Eriten
  • Brian Schoellhorn
  • Berke Torunoglu
  • Greg Zorko

History Courses:

  • History 120 - Europe and the Modern World 1815 to the Present - Syllabus 2009 (pdf)
  • History 200 - Historical Studies
  • History 253 - Russia: An Interdisciplinary Survey
  • History 417 - History of Russia
  • History 418 - History of Russia - Syllabus 2012 (pdf)
  • History 420 - Russian Social and Intellectual History
  • History 600 - Women in Imperial Russia
  • History 600 - Imperial Russia 1649-1917
  • History 680/690 - Honors Thesis Colloquium History 825 - Europe & the Coming of the Great War
  • History 849 - Russia and the World 1815-2005
  • History 849 - Imperial Russia 1649-1917

David McDonald

Alice D. Mortenson/Petrovich Distinguished Chair in Russian History

Associate Chair


608.263.0489

dmmcdon1@wisc.edu

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

Office:
5134 Mosse Humanities

Mailbox:
5025 Mosse Humanities

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