Dr. Alexander Zukas

Memberships

  • American Association of University Professors
  • American Federation of Teacher
  • American Historical Association
  • American Sociological Association
  • California World History Association
  • European Social Science History Association
  • North American Conference on British Studies
  • Radical Historians' Organization
  • Social Science History Association
  • United Association for Labor Education
  • World History Association

Honor Awards

  • 2019, Jerry C. Lee Fac Sen Outstndng Fac Svc Award — 2018-10-10
  • AAUP, 2018 Outstanding Achievement Award — 2018-06-16
  • American Historical Association: Member Spotlight — 2017-07-14
  • Ntn'l Endow Human Sum Inst Indiana University — 2017-06-19
  • Indiana University, Visiting Scholar — 2017-06-19
  • St. Louis University, Visiting Scholar — 2017-06-03
  • Presidential Scholar — 2017-05-20
  • AAUP Conference Development Grant — 2017-01-29
  • Ntn'l Endow for Humanities Sum Inst – St. Loius U. — 2013-06-03
  • C. Charles & G. Bucher Endow. Fac. Scholar Award — 2013-05-02
  • UC- Irvine Visiting Associate Professor – History — 2002-03-10
  • Ntn'l Endow for Human Sum Inst – Newberry Library — 2001-07-12
  • Ntn'l Endow for Humanities Summer Sem – Cornell U. — 2001-07-01
  • President's Distinguished Teaching Award — 2001-05-15

Presentations

Type Date Title Audience Function Location
Paper 2019-02-15 Herman Moll, British Cartography, and the Commencement of the Global Eighteenth Century Annual Meeting of the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Arizona State University
Paper 2018-02-16 Negotiating Oceans, Islands, Continents and British Imperial Ambitions in the World Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1732 International Conference on Negotiating Waters: Seas, Oceans and Passageways in the Colonial and Postcolonial Anglophone World, Institut des langues et cultures d¿Europe, Amérique, Afrique, Asie et Australie, Le Centre pour la Communication Scientifique Directe Université Grenoble-Alpes, FR
Paper 2017-10-01 European Empires and Indigenous Societies in Herman Moll's Maps of North America, 1700-1730 64th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference on British Studies St. Louis, Missouri
Paper 2017-04-29 Undead Monsters, Popular Culture, and Nightmare Spaces of Capitalism 13th Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place National University, La Jolla
Paper 2017-02-18 Geographic Science and Pirated Knowledge in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1730 Annual Meeting of the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies UC Santa Barbara
Paper 2016-07-03 Mapping Global Conflict in the Cartography of Herman Moll, 1700-1730 25th Annual Conference, World History Association University of Ghent, Belgium
Paper 2016-06-22 Port Cities in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1710-1730 9th Annual Britain and the World Conference London, U.K.
Paper 2016-06-16 Improving Working Conditions for Contingent Faculty at a Private University 102nd Annual Conference on the State of Higher Education, American Association of University Professors Washington, D.C.
Paper 2016-05-01 Allegorical and Mythical Figures in Early-Modern Maps 12th Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place New Haven, Connecticut
Paper 2016-02-12 Indigenous and Imperial Encounters in Herman Moll's Maps of North America, 1700-1730 2016 Annual Meeting of the Western Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Riverside, California
Paper 2015-06-15 Privateers, Pirated Knowledge, and Imperial Cartography in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1695-1725 3rd Annual Symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies St. Louis University, MO
Paper 2015-04-18 Littoral Spaces, Anchorages, and Port Cities in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1730 11th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place Christopher Newport Univ., VA
Paper 2014-06-21 The Global Reach of British Empire in the Cartography of Herman Moll, 1700-1730 7th Annual Britain and the World Conference Newcastle University, UK
Paper 2014-06-13 Imperial Conflicts in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1725 International Society for the History of the Map Bibliothèque nationale, Paris
Paper 2013-11-23 Class, Party, and State: Mobilizing Unemployed Workers in late Weimar Germany 38th Annual Meeting Social Science History Association Chicago, IL
Paper 2013-04-01 Mapping Mediated Spaces in Early Modern Cartography 9th International Conference of the International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place University of Florida
Paper 2013-01-01 Pirated Knowledge and Imperial Cartography in the 18th Century: The Case of Herman Moll American Historical Association Annual Conference New Orleans, LA
Paper 2012-09-01 British Engagement with Muslim South Asia in the Maps of Herman Moll, ca.1700-ca. 1730 International Conference on European Encounters with Islam in Asia, 1500-1800 University of Hawaii, Honolulu

Publications

  • Zukas, A.Z., (2019). Class, Imperial Space, and Allegorical Figures of the Continents on Early-Modern World Maps. Environment, Space, Place,
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2016). Port Cities in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1730. World History Connected,
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2015). Inscribing Class Struggle in Space: Unemployed Protest in the Ruhr in late Weimar Germany. Labour History Review,
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2014). The Cartography of Herman Moll and European Views of Muslim South Asia, 1700-1730. Journal of World History,
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2012). Maps as Commodities in Modern World History. World History Bulletin,
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2012). Workers' Festive Spaces in the Weimar Republic: May Day and the Berlin Lustgarten. Environment, Space, Place Issue 1 (Spring 2012),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2004). On the Go: Mobile Communication, Time, and Space. Glimpse: Phenomenology and Media 5 (2004),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2003). Cyberflesh: The Visible and the Invisible. Glimpse: Phenomenology and Media 4 (2003),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2002). The Invisibility of Work: Virtual Toil and Commodity Fetishism on the Web.. Glimpse: Phenomenology and Media 3 (2002),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2001). The Presence of Absence: The Phenomenology of Teaching Online. Glimpse: Phenomenology and Media 2 (2001),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2001). Lazy, Apathetic and Dangerous: The Social Construction of Unemployed Workers in Germany during the Late Weimar Republic. Contemporary European History 10, 1 (2001),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2000). History through Theater: A Dialectic of Learning. World History Bulletin XVII, 4 (fall 2000),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2000). Active Learning, World History, and the Internet: Creating Knowledge in the Classroom.. International Journal of Social Education 15, 1 (Winter/Summer 2000),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (1999). Cyberworld: Teaching World History on the World Wide Web.. The History Teacher 32 (August 1999),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (1997). Teaching the Age of Empire.. Radical History Review 67 (winter 1997),
  • Zukas, A.Z., (n.d.). Herman Moll and the Entangled Cartography of the British Empire. Book Series on Empires and Entanglements in the Early Modern World.
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2012). Commodities, Commerce, and Cartography in the Early-Modern Era: Herman Moll's World Maps, 1700-1730. Global Economies, Cultural Currencies of the Eighteenth Century. AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century, No. 64. Michael Rotenberg-Schwartz, ed..
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2011). Explaining Unemployed Protest in the Ruhr at the End of the Weimar Republic. Unemployment and Protest: New Perspectives on Two Centuries of Contention. Matthias Reiss and Matt Perry, eds..
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2009). The Road to Indian Wells: Symbolic Landscapes in the California Desert.. Symbolic Landscapes. Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds..
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2007). A Kind of Globalization: Merchant Capital, Primitive Accumulation, and the Reconfiguration of World Space in the Maps of Herman Moll, 1700-1730.. Colonial and Global Interfacings: Imperial Hegemonies and Democratizing Resistances. Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds..
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2006). From Farmsteads to Slag Heaps: The Restless Ecoscape of the Ruhr Valley of Germany, 1830-1930.. Ecoscapes: Geographical Patternings of Relations. Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds..
  • Zukas, A.Z., (2005). Terra Incognita/Terra Nullius: Maps, Deception, and Modern Imperialism. Lived Topographies and their Mediational Forces. Gary Backhaus and John Murungi, eds..
Dr. Alexander Zukas

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Dr. Alexander Zukas

College of Letters and Sciences

Social Sciences

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UC Irvine - PHD - History