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Scott B . Eastman, BA, PhD

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Scott Eastman

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College of Arts and Sciences
History
DHHC - Dowling Hall/Humanities Center

Scott B . Eastman, BA, PhD

Professor

A more complete listing of scholarship, teaching, and research interests can be found on my Curriculum Vitae.

Teaching Interests

  • Spain, Atlantic History

Department

History

Position

Professor

Articles

  • University of Alabama Press
    The Rise of Constitutional Government in the Iberian Atlantic World: The Impact of the Cádiz Constitution of 1812 2015
  • Journal of Colonialism & Colonial History
    Eastman, Scott The Spanish Empire and Atlantic World History [book review]
    15, p. 1-1 2014
  • American Historical Review
    Eastman, Scott Women of the Iberian Atlantic.
    119, p. 217-218 2014
  • Canadian Journal of History
    Eastman, Scott A Flock Divided: Race, Religion, and Politics in Mexico, 1749-1857
    47, p. 178-180 2012
  • Hispanic American Historical Review
    Eastman, Scott Forceful Negotiations: The Origins of the Pronunciamiento in Nineteenth-Century Mexico
    92, p. 562-563 2012
  • Journal of World History
    Eastman, Scott The Spanish Republic and Civil War
    23, p. 465-468 2012
  • European History Quarterly
    Eastman, Scott America Has Escaped from our Hands: Rethinking Empire, Identity and Independence during the Trienio Liberal in Spain, 1820-1823
    41, p. 428-443 2011
  • Nuevo, Mundo, Mundo Nuevos
    Eastman, S. B. Urban revolt, Nationalist Revolutions: Puebla and Valencia, 1808-1814.
    2011 2011
  • Journal of World History
    Eastman, Scott The History of the Conquest of New Spain
    21, p. 757-759 2010
  • Institute of European Studies
    Eastman, S. B. Forging Catholic National Identities in the transaltantic spanish monarchy, 1808-1814 2008
  • Transitions: Journal of Franco-Iberian Studies
    Eastman, S. B. Liberty reassumes her throne: The 'revolution' and the press in Spain, 1808-1812.
    4, p. 73-101 2008
  • Historia y Politica
    Eastman, S. B. Collective Identities during the War of Independence in Valencia and Andalucia
    14, p. 245-272 2005
  • Historia y Politica
    Eastman, S. B. La que sostiene la Peninsula es guerra nacional: identidades colectivas en Valencia y Andalucia durante la Guerra de Independencia
    14, p. 245-272 2005
  • Tiempos de America. Revista de Historia, Cultura y Territorio
    Eastman, S. B. Ya no hay Atlantico, ya no hay dos continentes: regionalismo e identidad nacional durante la Guerra de la Independencia en Nueva Espana.
    2005, p. 153-166 2005
  • Tiempos de America. Revista de Historia, Cultura y Territorio
    Eastman, S. B. Regionalism and national identity during the War of Idependence in New Spain
    2005, p. 153-166 2005

Editing and Reviews

  • Hispanic American Historical Review
    Eastman, Scott Bicentenarios de libertad: La fragua de la política en España y las Américas
    93, p. 504-505 2013
  • Hispanic Review
    Eastman, Scott Propaganda e información en tiempos de guerra: España y América (1700-1714)
    79, p. 661-664 2011

Presentations

  • “The 1812 Generation: Constitutional Praxis across the Hispanic Atlantic World.” Atlantic History Workshop, New York University. 2012
  • “‘The Wisdom of Two Worlds’: The Celestial Constitution of 1812.” Scales of Cádiz: Spain’s 1812 Constitution in Local, Imperial and Atlantic Contexts. John Carter Brown Library, Providence. 2012

State

  • Program for Cultural Cooperation, University of Minnesota

Other

  • Hispanex Program, Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sport (Spain)

  • Course Development Grant, Global Perspectives for Magis Core, Creighton University

  • Mellon LASA Seminars Initiative, ($20,000), Co-organizer

  • Mexico City, Seville, Madrid. Sabbatical research funded by Creighton University

  • Madrid, Spain. Supported by funds from Academic Affairs, Creighton University

  • Madrid, Spain. Program for Cultural Cooperation, University of Minnesota

Awards

  • Mary Lucretia and Sarah Emily Creighton award
    Creighton University College of ARts and Sciences
  • Ignatian Award
    Outstanding Teaching/Mentoring,
    Creighton University
  • Faculty Development Award
    HIS/PLS Constitutional Issues course creation