Hal Goldman

Adjunct Professor

Degrees:A.B. (Middlebury College), J.D.(Boston College Law School), Ph.D. (University of Massachusetts)

Research Interests

  • Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century U.S. Social and Cultural History
  • History of U.S. Gender, Women, and Sexuality
  • U.S. Legal and Constitutional History
  • U.S. Foreign Policy
  • Western Civilization
  • The Holocaust

Courses Taught

HIST 1001 – The Making of Europe
FYSM 1405 – Turning Points in History: Witchcraft, Murder, Monsters and Mayhem in America
FYSM 1405 – Turning Points in History: A Global History of the Second World War
HIST 2400 – U.S. History
HIST 3402 – 19th-Centrury United States
HIST 3404 – 20th-Century United States
HIST 3902 – Topics in American History: U.S. Constitutional History
WGST 2811A – Masculinities
WGST 4812A Feminist Perspectives on Refugees

Awards and Recognition

2018 Nominee, Carleton University Residence Favourite Faculty
2013 Provost’s Fellowship in Teaching Award
2013 Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Teaching Award (Contract Instructor)
2013 Nominee, Capital Educators’ Award
2009, 2010 Nominee: TV Ontario’s Best Lecturer Competition
2008 Carleton University Award for Teaching Excellence (Contract Instructor)
2007 The Charlatan: “Top Fourteen Professors at Carleton”

Recent Publications

Review of Clarence Darrow: American Iconoclast by Andrew E. Kersten, Journal of Illinois History 14 (Summer 2011): 153-155.

Review of The Mind of the Master Class: History and Faith in the Southern Slaveholders’ Worldview by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Eugene D. Genovese, Social History/histoire sociale 40 (Nov. 2007): 452-455.

David Schultz and John Vile, eds., The Encyclopedia of Civil Liberties in America (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharp, 2005), s.v. “The Comstock Acts,” “Roe v. Wade,” “Korematsu v. U.S.” by Hal Goldman;

Burt Feintuch and David H. Watters, eds., The Encyclopedia of New England Culture (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2005), s.v. “Vermont’s Act 250,” “The Long Trail,” and “The Green Mountain Parkway,” by Hal Goldman;

John Duffy, Samuel B. Hand, and Ralph H. Orth, eds., The Vermont Encyclopedia (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2003), s.v. “The Green Mountain Parkway,” by Hal Goldman;

Review of Illinois Justice: The Scandal of 1969 and the Rise of John Paul Stevens by Kenneth A. Manaster, Journal of Illinois History 5 (Spring 2002), 69-72.

“‘A Most Detestable Crime’: Character, Consent, and Corroboration in Vermont’s Rape Law, 1850-`920,” in Merril D. Smith, ed., Sex Without Consent: Rape and Sexual Coercion in America (New York: New York University Press, 2001)