Section 0951 of HIST17.2
United States History from 1877 -- : Aug 16 - Dec 10 2021
This section is offered fully online. This course section pertains to the Lanzamiento initiative, designed to support academic achievement among Latinx and first-generation college students. Students who enroll in Lanzamiento sections have dedicated resources available to them, including: academic counseling, peer tutoring and success coaching, library support, mental health services, financial aid workshops, and opportunities to learn about transferring to a four-year university. Themes of bilingualism, transnational experiences, immigrant communities, Latinx authorship, academic scholarship, and activism are relevant to the Lanzamiento initiative. More information is available on the Lanzamiento webpage.
Doctor of Philosophy in History, University of Southern California (May 2010)
Master of Arts in History, San Francisco State University (May 2001)
Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in English, University of California, Berkeley (May 1999)
A native of Petaluma, California, Dr. Ian Livie attended Santa Rosa Junior College from 1995 to 1997, earning an A.A. with an emphasis in Social Sciences. He transferred to the University of California, Berkeley where he earned a B.A. in History with a minor in English in 1999, followed by an M.A. in History from San Francisco State University in 2001, and a Ph.D. in History from the University of Southern California in 2010. His doctoral dissertation, "Curing Hooliganism: Moral Panic, Juvenile Delinquency, and The Political Culture of Moral Reform in Britain, 1898-1908," addresses the emergence of "hooliganism" in early twentieth century London and its construction as a distinct, deviant sub-culture.
Dr. Livie joined the adjunct faculty in the Social Sciences Department at Santa Rosa Junior College in January 2015 and became a full-time faculty member in Fall 2020. Prior to joining SRJC as a full-time faculty member, He served as an Assistant Professor of History at American River College in Sacramento, CA. Prior to that, he served as the History Department Chair at Drew School, a private-independent college preparatory high school in San Francisco, where he taught and coached from 2009-2019.
You can find out more about Dr. Livie's "SRJC Story" here.
- National Social Studies Supervisors Association, September 2017-present
- National Council for the Social Studies, September 2017-present
- International Society for Teaching and Learning in History, September 2016-present
- Member, Board of Trustees, Drew School (San Francisco, CA), June 2012-June 2014
- American Historical Association, September 2001-Present
- “Drifting Away from the Cult of Bismarck: The Historiography of Bismarck as a Diplomatist,” Ex Post Facto: History Journal of The San Francisco State University Department of History Vol. IX (Spring 2000).
- Guest Lecturer, “American Soil, British Heart: Loyalist Sentiment in American War for Independence,” San Francisco State Department of History (History 427) February 25, 2007
- Presenter, “The Hooligan Child: Dissecting Moral Panic in Late Victorian London,” 2008 Mellon Regional Workshop of Modern British Historians (Berkeley, CA).
- Guest Lecturer, “Mind the Gap: 21st Century Remote Research Methods for British Archives for Topics in Early American History,” San Francisco State University Department of History (History 642) September 15, 2010
- Guest Lecturer, “Mind the Gap: 21st Century Remote Research Methods for British Archives for Topics in Early American History,” San Francisco State University Department of History (History 642) February 8, 2012
- Recipient of the College Merit Award, University of Southern California, 2001-2007
- Recipient of the Kelterborn Fellowship, University of Southern California, 2008-9
- Faculty Speaker, 2013 Drew School Commencement, Drew School (San Francisco, CA)
- Faculty Speaker, 2017 Drew School Commencement, Drew School (San Francisco, CA)
- Faculty Speaker, 2019 Drew School Commencement, Drew School (San Francisco, CA)