Professor Emeritus of History
Ph.D., Harvard University
Field of Specialty
Modern history. Political and social institutions. Teaches and studies the borderlands of social amd institutional history, principally although not exclusively in western and central Europe.
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Concerned with British history, the French Revolution, and modern Europe and is currently completing a study of the diplomacy of minority rights in the 1920s.
Black,Eugene C. The Diplomacy of Minority Rights, 1918-1930. 2003.
Black,Eugene C. Universal Judaism and the Republican Tradition: the World of Jacques Bigart. 2003.
Black,Eugene C. "The Anglicization of Orthodoxy: The Adlers, Father and Son, in Profiles in Diversity: Jews in a Changing Europe, eds. F. Malino and D. Sorkin.. First edition by Blackwell; second edition, Wayne , 1997.
Black,Eugene C. "Squaring a Minorities Triangle: Lucien Wolf, Jewish Nationalists and Polish Nationalists, in The Reconstruction of Poland, 1914-1923, ed. P. Latawski.. Macmillan, 1992.
Black,Eugene C. The Social Politics of Anglo-Jewry 1889-1920. London: Basil Blackwell, 1989.
Black,Eugene C. "Lucien Wolf and the Making of Poland, 1919." Polin 2.. Oxford University Press, 1987.
Black,Eugene C. "The Eighteenth Century: Control and Revolution." Censorship: 500 Years of Conflict. New York Public Library, 1984. Chapter 5.
Black,Eugene C. "Feminists, Liberalism, and Morality: The Unresolvable Triangle," Fawcett Library Papers No. 2.. 1982.
Black,Eugene C. Victorian Culture and Society. Harper & Row, 1973.
Black,Eugene C. British Politics in the Nineteenth Century. Harper & Row, 1969.
Black,Eugene C. European Political History, 1815-1870: Aspects of Liberalism. Harper & Row , 1967.
Black,Eugene C. Posture of Europe, 1815-1940: Readings in European Intellectual History. Dorsey Press, 1967.
Black,Eugene C. "The Tumultuous Petitioners: The Protestant Association in Scotand, 1778-1780. Review of Politics XXV.. 1963.
Black,Eugene C. The Association: British Extraparliamentary Political Organization, 1769-1793. Harvard University Press, 1963.