Marshall T. Poe
Professor Marshall Poe comes to the University of Iowa History department from a position with The Atlantic Media Company, where he conducted strategic business research and wrote articles for The Atlantic Monthly magazine. Prior to that, Professor Poe taught Russian, European, Eurasian, and World History at Harvard, Columbia, and New York University. He is a co-founder and former editor of Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. His interests focus on Russian history, world history, and the use of new media in historical research. Professor Poe received his PhD in History from University of California, Berkeley, in 1991.
Founder and editor, MemoryArchive: The Encyclopedia of Memories (www.memoryarchive.org).
- 16E:051, History Colloquium for Majors (European)
- 16W:167, Patterns in World History
- M. Thelma McAndless Distinguished Professor in Humanities , Eastern Michigan University, 2007-08.
- National Endowment for the Humanities, 2001-02.
- Outstanding Article in 2001, Association for History and Computing, 2002.
- Davis Center for Russian Studies (Harvard) Conference Award, 2000, 2002.
- Institute for Advanced Study ( Princeton, NJ), 1998-99.
- Harriman Institute for Russian Studies Fellowship ( Columbia University), 1998.
- Kennan Institute for Russian Studies Fellowship ( Woodrow Wilson Center), 1997.
- National Council for Soviet and East European Research Fellowship, 1996-97.
- Award for Distinction in Teaching, Bok Center, Harvard University, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996.
- Harvard Russian Research Center Fellowship, 1996-97 (Declined)
- Certificate of Distinction in Teaching, Harvard University, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996.
- Social Science Research Council Development Grant, 1992.
- International Research and Exchange Board Long-Term Fellowship, 1991.
- Social Science Research Council Dissertation Fellowship, 1991.
- Social Science Research Council Fellowship for Doctoral Training, 1987-89.
- Phi Beta Kappa, Grinnell College, 1984.
- Named Outstanding Student in History, Grinnell College, 1984.