B.A., International Relations/Hist. Minor, Dickinson College, 1985
Master of Arts, George Washington University, 1993
Ph.D., Penn State University, Dec. 2003
Dr. Harvey teaches classes in European and trans-Atlantic history, with an intellectual and cultural concentration.
Among course he has taught:
Dr. Harvey’s research interests vary across Central European topics and French-speaking Western Europe. He is especially interested in trans-Atlantic intellectual ties in the twentieth century. Among current works is a study of Anglo-American television culture as is developed in the 1980s.
"The Lamentations of Jameson and Clio’s ‘Critical Eye.’" H-France Salon 7 (2015), Issue 20, #3, pp. 1-16.
"Introduction: Robert Roswell Palmer: A Transatlantic Journey of American Liberalism," and "'History Written with a Little Spite': Palmer, Brinton, and an American Debate on the French Revolution," Historical Reflections 37 (2011): 1-17 and 38-55.
"Internationale Bibliographie."Von der Arbeit des Historiker. Ein Worterbuch zu Theorie und Praxis der Geschichtswissenschaft, eds. Mario Wimmer & Anne Kwaschik. Berlin: Transcript Verlag, 2010: 111-116.
"The Nation, Progress and European Identity in The Rise of Modern Europe." Nationalizing the Past. Historians as Nation Builders in Modern Europe, eds. Stefan Berger and Chris Lorenz. London: Palgrave MacMillan, 2010: 480-499.
"Bernard Fay." French Historians, 1900-2000: New Historical Writing in Twentieth-Century France, eds. Philip Daileader and Philip Whalen. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010: 202-217.
"History and the Social Sciences." Writing History Theory & Practice, eds. Stefan Berger, Heiko Feldner, Kevin Passmore. Second Edition. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2010: 81-107.
Faculty Research Grants, St. Cloud State University, 2005.
Central Minnesota Arts Board and SCSU Grant, Television Lecture Project, 2011.