Cash, Dane

Portrait of DJ Cash

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Associate Professor - History

Assistant Professor - History. Dr. Cash received his Ph.D. from Boston University, where he completed fields in American History and International History.  His research focuses on the intersection of American foreign relations and political culture, as reflected in his dissertation, The Forgotten Debate: American Political Opinion Journals and the Korean War," which he is currently working on turning into a book manuscript.  Prior to coming to Carroll, Dr. Cash taught American History for four years at Emmanuel College in Boston, MA, and teaches both American History and East Asian History at Carroll.  Dr. Cash enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, rooting relentlessly for the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots, and is excited to take advantage of all the hiking and kayaking opportunities that Montana has to offer.

Fields: American History and East Asian History

Recent publications:

  • " 'History Has Begun a New Chapter': American Political Opinion Journals and the Outbreak of the Korean War." International History Review (forthcoming).
  • "Irving Kristol." American National Biography.  Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  • "William Howard Taft (1909-1913)," in Carl C. Hodge and CAthal J. Nolan, eds., U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy: From 1789-Present. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio (2007).
  • "Andrew Johnson (1865-1869)," in Carl C. Hodge and Cathal J. Nolan, eds., U.S. Presidents and Foreign Police: From 1789-Present. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-Clio (2007).

"I love teaching at Carroll because I get to teach such a broad range of material to students who are both down to earth and intellectually curious.  Not only do the faculty expect a lot from their students, but the students expect a lot from the faculty as well.  This combination demands excellence in the classroom from all parties, which makes Carroll an especially exciting place to be."

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Ph.D. from Boston University in American History and International History