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Assistant Professor of History
Ph.D. University of Michigan
M.Phil.,The University of Glasgow
A.B., Hamilton College
Brendan Goff received his Ph.D. in History at the University of Michigan in 2008 (with a focus on modern U.S. international history). Before coming to New College of Florida, Dr. Goff held a post-doctoral fellowship at the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Michigan and then served as a lecturer in the Honors Program at the University of Michigan.
Before entering the Ph.D. program at Michigan, Dr. Goff was a freelance English teacher in Madrid, Spain; worked in a major bank in New York City; studied philosophy in Glasgow, Scotland; assisted in the government and community affairs division of the Children’s Defense Fund in Washington, D.C., and attended seminary.
The U.S. in the World
U.S. – Japan Relations of the Twentieth Century
U.S. – Caribbean Relations
From Painted Women to Mad Men: Consumerism and Spectacle in American History
Dissent in a Time of War
The Rise of Urban America: How Race, Region, Gender, and Class Have Shaped the
Modern American City
American History Survey, Pre-Colonial to 1865
American History Survey, 1865 to the Present
U.S. History, 1945 to the Present
Select Publications and Works in Progress
The Heartland Abroad: Rotary International and the World of Main Street
(Under contract with Harvard University Press)
Book Review of Maria Mosher Jones’s The American Red Cross: From Clara Barton to the New Deal (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2013) in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, June 2015, vol. 44 no. 3, 627 – 630. link
Entry on “Rotary Club” for Scribner’s Dictionary of American History, Supplement: America in the World, 1776 to the Present (Farmington Hills, MI: Cengage Learning, 2015).
Book chapter, “Philanthropy and the ‘perfect democracy’ of Rotary International,” in Globalization, Philanthropy, and Civil Society: Projecting Institutional Logics Abroad, eds. David C.Hammack and Steven Heydemann (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009), 47 – 70.