Dr. Dennis J. Dunn


Department of History
Southwest Texas State University
San Marcos, Texas 78666

Office: TMH 207
Phone: 512/245-2107, 2339
Hours: T 10-Noon, Wed. 10-Noon, 1-2:00 PM and by appointment.

E-mail: dd05@txstate.edu

SYLLABI
International Studies Seminar IS 4380

Modern Russian History HIST 4334

Russian History to 1917

Modern Russian Seminar

MAPS
South and Central Europe
USSR
Western Russia

PRINCIPAL PUBLICATIONS

Books

The Catholic Church and Russia: Popes, Patriarchs, Tsars and Commissars (Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing, 2004).

Caught Between Roosevelt and Stalin: The U.S. Ambassadords in Moscow (Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1997).

Detente and Papal-Communist Relations. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1979, 216pp.

The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government, 1939-1949. NY: Columbia University Press (East European Monograph Series), 1977, 267pp.

Editor and contributor, Religion and Modernization in the Soviet Union. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1977, 414pp.

Editor and contributor, Religion in Communist Society. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Slavic Studies, 1983, 250pp.

Editor and contributor, Religion and Nationalism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Boulder, CO: Reinner Press, 1987, 216pp.


Articles in Books and Journals
"Religion, Revolution, and Order in Russia," in Niels C. Nielsen, Jr., ed., Christianity After Communism: Social, Political, and Cultural Struggle in Russia (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1994), pp. 15-28.

"The Vatican, the Kremlin and the Ukrainian Catholic Church," in David J. Goa, ed., The Ukrainian Religious Experience. Edmonton: University of Alberta, 1989), pp. 131-42.

"Papal Ostpolitik: A Current Assessment," Journal of International Affairs (Fall/Winter 1982/83), Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 247-55.

"The Vatican's Global Reach," The Wilson Quarterly (Autumn 1982), pp. 113-25.

"Religion, Nationalism, and Modernization in the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China," Problems of Communism (March-April 1980), pp. 64-67.

"The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government in the Baltic States, 1940-41," in V. Stanley Vardys, ed., The Baltic States in Peace and War, 1918-1945. College Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1978, pp. 149-58.

"Religious Renaissance in the USSR," Journal of Church and State (Winter 1977), pp. 21-36.

"The Kremlin and the Vatican: Ostpolitik," Religion in Communist Lands (Winter 1976), pp. 16-19.

"Papal-Communist Detente: Motivation," Survey: A Journal of East & West Studies (Spring 1976), pp. 140-56.

"The Catholic Church and the Soviet Government in Soviet-Occupied East Europe," in James P. Scanlan and Richard DeGeorge, eds., Religion and Marxism. Dordrecht and Boston: Reidel Publishers, 1976, pp.107-18. "

The Papal-Communist Detente, 1963-1973," in Bernard Eissenstat, ed.,The Soviet Union: The Seventies and Beyond. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books, 1975, pp. 121-40.

"Stalinism and the Catholic Church During the Era of World War II," The Catholic Historical Review, No. 3 (1973), pp. 404-28.

"Pre-World War II Relations Between Stalin and the Catholic Church,"Journal of Church and State (Spring 1973), pp. 193-204.

"The Disappearance of the Ukrainian Uniate Church: How and Why?" Ukrains'kyi Istoryk, Nos. 1-2 (1972), pp. 57-65.

"Gallitzin and Western Pennsylvania," Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, No. 4 (1972), pp.347-58.


Articles in Encyclopedia
"Aleksii, Patriarch (Sergei V. Simanskii)," in Joseph L. Wieczynski, ed.,The Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History. Gulf Breeze, FA: Academic International Press, Vol. 1 (1976), pp.124-25.

"The Anti-Party Group of the Khrushchev Era," ibid., Vol. 2 (1976), pp. 27-29.

"Atheists, Militant League of," ibid., pp. 148-49.


Book Reviews
Numerous book reviews in Problems of Communism, Choice, Reviews in History, Slavic Review, American Historical Review, Catholic Historical Review, Canadian Slavonic Papers, Soviet Union/Union sovietique, Religion in Communist Lands, Journal of Church and State, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, etc.