Doctor of Philosophy, University of Southern California, Department of History (May 2010)
Master of Arts, San Francisco State University, Department of History (May 2001)
Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in English Literature, University of California, Berkeley (May 1999)
Associate of Arts, Santa Rosa Junior College (May 1997)
A proud native of Petaluma, California and graduate of Petaluma High School, 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 Modern European history from San Francisco State University in 2001, and a Ph.D. in Modern British 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," addresses the emergence of "hooliganism" in early twentieth century London and its construction as a distinct, deviant sub-culture.
Ian joined the adjunct faculty in the Social Sciences Department at Santa Rosa Junior College in January 2015. You can find out more about him here.
Professional Areas of Interest:
Teaching Interests: Modern European History; American History, Global History; Atlantic World; Gender Studies; History of Popular Culture
Research Interests: Cultural history of Britain and Europe; History of Criminality and Deviance; Labor History; Youth Culture; British Cultural Studies; Modernism; Gender and Sexuality; European Popular Culture; History of Philosophy; Victorian and Edwardian Literature
Professional Involvement and Community Service:
Member, Board of Trustees, Drew School (San Francisco, CA), June 2012-June 2014
Member, American Historical Association, September 2001-Present
Member, International Society for Teaching and Learning in History, September 2016-Present
Honors and Awards:
College Merit Award, University of Southern California, 2001-2007
Kelterborn Fellowship, University of Southern California, 2008-2009