Our Faculty

Dan Greenberg

Associate Professor
Director

Dyson College of Arts & Sciences

History- NYC

Location
  • @New York City
Office Hours
New York City

Education


PhD , University of Washington , Seattle, Washington , 1985
History

MA , University of Washington , Seattle, Washington , 1975
History

BA , University of Washington , Seattle, Washington , 1971
History

BS , University of Washington , Seattle, Washington , 1970
Psychology

Awards and Honors

  • Faculty Council (New York), October 2015 - Finalist
  • Provost's Office, November 2014 - Faculty Diversity Award
  • Dyson Society of Fellows, September 2001 - Fellow, Dyson Society of Fellows
  • Nominated by Faculty members Ivan Fox (1999 & 2000), Steven Goldleaf (1998) and Valentine Winsey (1997), 2000 - Nomination for Kenan Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • Pace University Division of Multicultural Affairs, March 2000 - Diversity Teaching Award
  • Pace University Division of Enrollment Management, April 1997 - Outstanding Faculty Partner Diversity Award
  • Pace Department of History, Dr. Barbara Blumberg, Chair, April 1994 - Nominated for Dyson College Excellence in Teaching Award

Publications


Greenberg, D. J. (2016, September). Review of Viviana L. Greco, The Politics of Giving in the Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata.. (Issue Fall, 2016)

Greenberg, D. J. (2015, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). "Review of Cruz Miguel Ortiz Cuadra, "Eating Puerto Rico: A History of Food, Culture and Identity." (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2013).. (Issue SPRING, 2015)

Garcia-Rodriguez, A. & Greenberg, D. J. Latin America and The World (book). Antonia Garcia-Rodriguez & Daniel Greenberg (Eds.), Florence, Kentucky, USA: (M.E. Sharpe) Routledge.

Greenberg, D. J. (2012, July (3rd Quarter/Summer)). "Review of Patricia Juarez-Dappe, "When Sugar Ruled: Economy and Society in Northwestern Argentina. Tucuman, 1876-1916." Ohio State University Press, 2009.. (Issue SUMMER, 2012.) , pages 2.

PRESENTATIONS


Greenberg, D. J. (2013, April). Understanding Social Conflict in Latin America. A Critical Appraisal of the Impact of Neoliberalism on Latin America. United Nations Development Program, New York, NY

RESEARCH INTEREST ---


Modern Argentine Social and Economic History; Modern Brazil; US-Latin American Relations; Civic Engagement/Service Learning Pedagogy; Comparative International Social History, 20th Century; Secondary foci on Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela.

MEDIA CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Miami Herald [Newspaper], February 18 2015
    Interviewed by Jim Wyss, in "One Month after Mysterious Death of Argentine Prosecutor, Demonstrators Demand Answers," Miami Herald, Feb. 18, 2015.
  • China Daily [Newspaper], December 15 2014
    Interviewed by Paul Welitzkin in "Venezuela Could Seek China's Help as Oil Drops," China Daily, Dec. 15, 2014
  • China Daily [Newspaper], December 2013
    Interviewed for two articles about Venezuela: Dec. 15-21 issue and Dec. 22-26 issues.
  • CNN Internet News Site [Internet], March 6 2013
    Interviewed for article on death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
  • Associated Press [Newspaper], March 6 2013
    Interviewed for article on death of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez.
  • HITN and Deutsch World TV Networks [TV], October 29 2012
    Panelist on weekly news show, "Claves," focusing on impact of President Barack Obama's Latin American policies.
  • HITN TV Network [TV], July 2007
    Paeelist on weekly program, "De Costa a Costa," with theme "Celebrating Latin American Independence".
  • Business Week [Magazine], October 2006
    Interviewed for article on opportunities for US business in post-Castro Cuba.
  • Yahoo News [Internet], September 2006
    Interviewed for article on the phenomenon of antique US cars in Cuba.
  • PBS Program, "POV" [TV], August 2000
    Interviewed for comments on documentary on Cuba, "My House in Havana."
  • WABC TV, New York City [TV], July 2000
    Interviewed for "Tempo" program, focusing on the transfer of the Panama Canal from the US to Panama in 2000.
  • Univision TV Network [TV], November 15 1991
    Interviewed by Univision reporter Oscar Haza on Cuba initiatives at UN.
  • Univision TV Network [TV], November 8 1991
    Interviewed by Univision reporter Oscar Haza on impact of AIDS epidemic on urban US Hispanics.
  • Univision TV Network [TV], September 1991
    Interviewed by Univision reporter Angela Millan on Colombia's drug wars.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • American Association of University Professors [President, Pace Chapter of AAUP, 1999-2002] , January 1985
    The most important professional association of college professors of the USA.
  • American Historical Association , January 1984
    The foremost US professional association which promotes History scholarship and teaching on the college level.
  • Council on Latin American History, AHA , January 1984
    The most important grouping of US Latin American History specialists who regularly present scholarship in conferences and publications.
  • Latin American Studies Association , January 1977
    International grouping of Latin American scholars of many disciplines, who present scholarship at conferences and publish in the organ, LASA Research Review.
  • Social Science History Association 1991
    Grouping of History scholars who focus on Social Historical themes in teaching and scholarship.
  • Pacific Northwest Consortium of Canadian Studies 1987
    Grouping of university faculty from the Pacific Northwest (USA) who share interests in teaching and writing about Canada; multi-disciplinary.
  • Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society , January 1983
    The most important US History honor society for graduates and undergraduates of US universities.

COLLEGE SERVICE

  • Dyson Faculty Assembly Nominations Committee [Committee Chair]
    Desc: Committee canvasses faculty for nomination to key Dyson Faculty Assembly positions, and decides who to nominate for those positions.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Nominated several outstanding faculty to serve on the Dyson TAP, Sabbatical and Executive Committee positions.
  • Dean's Advisory Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: Attend and provide input to College affairs to Dean and other department heads of Dyson academic departments.
  • Dyson Assembly Curricullum Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee evaluates College majors, minors, new courses, and core curriculum of the University.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Evaluated and approved or disapproved many new academic programs and courses.
  • Director, Latin American Studies Program [Other]
    Desc: Direct an interdisciplinary academic program in the area of Latin American Studies, in which eight College departments and programs participate.
  • Dyson College Ad Hoc Committee on Interdisciplinary Programs [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee wrote a DFA Constitutional Amendment, which created a framework for the election of directors and other, key aspects of governance of interdisciplinary programs.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The DFA Constitutional Amendment on Interdisciplinary Programs was enacted in 2013.
  • Dyson Sabbatical Review Committee [Committee Chair]
    Desc: The DYSAB committee reviews and makes recommendations on faculty applications for sabbatical leaves. It is a key Dyson peer review committee on scholarly activity.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee awards many sabbatical leaves each year, providing the College faculty a vital source of time to conduct research and publication.

UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Provost's Task Force on 120 Credit Proposal [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee deliberated on authorizing faculty support for the Provost's 120 credit degree proposal.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee made recommendations to the Provost and Faculty Council, re: the 120 credit proposal. The committee has been in recess but may still be called back into session.
  • Fulbright Scholarship Selection Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Evaluated Fulbright scholar applicants and made collective decision on whether to approve candidates for scholarship.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Several applicants were approved and ultimately won the scholarship.
  • President's Hispanic Initiative Task Force [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee met repeatedly and deliberated on proposals to recruit and retain more Hispanic students.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee approved several proposals to improve the process of recruiting Hispanic students, and developed new methodologies to recruit and retain this growing sector of the US population.
  • New York Faculty Council Curriculum Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee evaluates and decides whether to approve new academic programs, including undergraduate and graduate programs; core curriculum and other curricular matters affecting the University.
  • New York Faculty Council Ad Hoc Committee on Revision of Faculty Grievance Procedure [Chairperson]
    Desc: Committee deliberated on and made recommendation re: provostial proposal to revise faculty grievance procedure, to strip faculty of the right to a hearing empanelled by faculty peers.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee performed a vital service in retaining for faculty the right to a hearing jury empaneled by faculty peers, re: Administration efforts to dismiss tenured faculty members.
  • New York Faculty Council Faculty Grievance Committee [Committee Chair]
    Desc: Committee heard faculty and student grievances against faculty members, and recommended action to the President.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee heard several grievances, gathered evidence and made recommendations to the President. The committee plays a vital role in protecting faculty rights against improper disciplinary action and/or dismissal or suspension.
  • Board of Trustees Auding Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: The committee deliberates on University budget issues.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee made recommendations to the President and Provost, re: budget issues.
  • Search Committee, Executive Director of Enrollment Management [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee screened and interviewed short list of candidates for University Executive Director of Enrollment Management.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee chose two candidates for selection by the President, who hired one of those candidates to the position.
  • Provost's Task Force on Global Centers [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee considered and made recommendations on the President's proposals for new Pace Global Centers, which are overseas international "branches" of the University.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee made final recommendations, which the President implemented by launching several new global centers.
  • Scholarly Research Committee, New York Faculty Council [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee deliberated on faculty proposals for financial assistance and/or released time, to complete programs of research and publication.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee approved more than 25 applications, most of which resulted in new publications for New York faculty members. It is a vital part of the university infrastructure in support of faculty research and publication.
  • Provost's Task Force on Internationalization of Curriculum [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee developed proposals to enhance the international scope ("internationalization") of Pace programs and curriculum.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Several of the committee's recommendations were implemented by the Provost and are now part of the curriculum.
  • American Assn. of University Professors, Pace University Branch [President]
    Desc: The AAUP is the foremost professional association of US faculty, which creates and defends key standards of faculty governance, academic freedom and other, major areas of faculty rights.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee met repeatedly to consider complaints of faculty mistreatment or violation of academic freedom, and acted on those complaints.
  • Committee of Deans and Faculty for Promotion and Tenure (CDFPT) [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee considers, deliberates on and makes recommendations to approve or decline faculty applications for promotion and/or tenure.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee issued recommendations for a large number of candidates. The President approved 100% of the committee's recommendations.
  • CDFPT Appeals Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee receives, deliberates on and makes recommendations to accept or reject faculty appeals of the findings of the CDFPT, re: applications for tenure and/or promotion.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: The committee made recommendations on several faculty appeals. The President accepted the Committee's recommendations on two candidates, and reversed the CDFPT's recommendations.
  • International Education Planning Committee [Committee Member]
    Desc: Committee considered proposals to enhance internationalization of the Pace curriculum and academic programming.
    Committee's Key Accomplishments: Several of the committee's proposals were implemented by the President, resulting in an improved international component in the curriculum.
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