Doty, Charles (1928 - )

Genre: Non-Fiction, Non-Fiction - Scholarly

C. Stewart Doty earned his Ph.D. at Ohio State in 1964. A professor of history at the University of Maine from 1964-1996 and chair of the history department from 1986-1992, he taught Modern French, European, and Franco-American History. He received the university's 1994 Presidential Research and Creative Achievement Award. Granted emeritus status when he retired in 1996, Doty now resides in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Doty's articles and book reviews have appeared in journals such as The American Review of Canadian Studies, The Journal of American History, Quebec Studies Journal, and Journal of Contemporary History.

Selected Bibliography

  • The Industrial Revolution (1969)
  • Western Civilization: Recent Interpretations, editor of both volumes (1973)
  • From Cultural Rebellion to Counterrevolution: The Politics of Maurice Barres (1976)
  • The First Franco-Americans: New England Life Histories from the Federal Writers' Project, 1938-1939.
  • Acadian Hard Times: The Farm Security Administration in Maine's St. John Valley, 1940-1943 (1991/1996) is included in The Mirror of Maine, a list of 100 significant Maine books.

Selected Resources

  • Papers at the University of Maine.