Dane A Morrison

Dane A Morrison

Professional Details

Title: Professor
Office: SB-107B
Phone: 978-542-7134
Email: dane.morrison@salemstate.edu
Resume: Dane A Morrison [DOC 46KB]
Website: http://www.salemstate.edu/~dmorrison

Spring Courses

Cat. # Term Course # Title
2014 S1 HST800 Seminar in Early American History
3303 02 HST200 Historiography
3305 02 HST204 U.s. History and Constitutional Government I
3314 01 HST318 Era of the American Revolution
3921 D1 HST994 Directed Study in Portfolio

Selected Publications

• Books • Encyclopedia of World History, Vol. 6: The First Global Age. Editor. San Francisco: ABC-CLIO, forthcoming. • Salem: Place, Myth, and Memory. Dane A. Morrison and Nancy L. Schultz, eds. Boston: Northeastern University Press, 2004; Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2005. • American Indian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Issues. Editor. New York: Peter Lang, 1997. • A Praying People:Massachusett Acculturation and the Failure of the Puritan Mission, 1600–1690. American Indian Studies Series. Vol. II. New York: Peter Lang, 1995.• Articles “American Expatriates in Canton: National Identity and the Maritime Experience Abroad,1784–1850.” In Race, Ethnicity, and Power in Maritime America. Glenn S. Gordinier, ed. Mystic, CT: Mystic Seaport, 2005. “In Whose Hands is the Telling of the Tale?” in American Indian Studies: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Contemporary Issues. Dane Morrison, ed. New York: Peter Lang, 1997.

Selected Presentations

• “Constructing Bits of Old China: Reading the Expatriate Worlds of Samuel Shaw andWilliam C. Hunter,” World History Association Conference, Long Beach, California, June 2006.• “Taming the Eastern Frontier: The Domesticating Power of Small Things in Early American Expatriate Communities,” Northeast AmericanSociety for Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada, October 2005.• “Conflating the Pacific: Captain Edmund Fanning’s Construction of Peoples and Oceans in VoyagesRound the World (1833),” Fifth Joint Meeting of the British Societyfor the History of Science, Canadian Society forthe History and Philosophy of Science, and History of Science Society, King’sCollege, Dalhousie University,Halifax, Nova Scotia, 2004. • “‘It Seems Like My Native Land”: Constructing the World as a Salem Community,” New England American Studies Association/World History Association Conference, Peabody Essex Museum and Salem State College, 2004. • “‘I am General Washington’:Authority, Character, and Legitimacy Abroad, 1784–1835,” New England Historical Association Conference, College of the Holy Cross, 2003.• “The China Trade: Needs and Opportunities," Keynote Speaker, International Symposium on the ChinaTrade, Salem, MA, 2002.• “American Expatriate Communities in China: National Identity and the Maritime Experience Abroad, 1784–1850,” Conference on Race, Ethnicity, and Power in Maritime America, Mystic, CT, 2000.• “‘Green Yankees’: Eastern Voyages andthe Shaping of National Character, 1784–1835,” World Marine Millennial Conference, Peabody Essex Museum, 2000.• “‘How T'other Side Looked': Representations of the ‘Other’ in theMaritime Literature of the Early Republic,” New England American Studies Association Conference, 1998.• “Betsey and the Pirates: MaritimeDiscovery and Nationalist Literature in the Early Republic,” New England HistoricalAssociation Conference, 1998.• “Eastward of Good Hope: Americans’ Discovery of Exotic Places,” North American Society for Oceanic History Conference,1998.• “Sheep's Wool on Their Heads: The Merchant's Search for Demand in Early America,” New England Popular Culture Association Conference, 1995