Department


Humanities & Communication

Instructor
Focus: American Labor History

Contact Information
(518) 694-7318
Daniel.Smith@acphs.edu


Speaker Request
Daniel Smith

EDUCATION

  • Certificate in Online Learning and Teaching, University at Albany
  • M.A. in History, State University of New York, College at Cortland
  • B.A. in History, Utica College of Syracuse University  

COURSES TAUGHT AT ACPHS

  • HUM 101: Pre-Modern World
  • HUM 102: Modern World
  • HUM 201: Contemporary World
  • HIS 141: Modern American History
  • HIS 330: History of Public Health and Medicine

ACADEMIC/RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • History of the Communist Party of the United States
  • History of New York State
  • History of U.S. Public Policy

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Smith DJ. “Outside the Pale” of Professionalism: The Pharmacists Union of Greater New York, 1932-1941. Pharmacy in History 60, no. 3 (2018): 55-76.

"'Outside the Pale' of Professionalism: The Pharmacists Union of Greater New York, 1932-1941," Pharmacy in History 60, no. 3 (2018): 55-76.

“The United States v. American Liberty: The Red Scare in Cortland, NY,” Mohawk Valley History. Utica, NY: Oneida County Historical Society, 2005.

“The Utica Clothing and Textile Strike,” 1919: A Year of Crisis and Change in New York State. Utica, NY: Center for Historical Research, Utica College, 2001.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Smith DJ. Session 5: Postwar Politics. Second Annual Conference on American Political History, Lebanon Valley College Center for Political History, June 9, 2018 (comment).

Smith DJ. Session 23: The Age of FDR. Second Annual Conference on American Political History, Lebanon Valley College Center for Political History, June 9, 2018 (chair and comment).

"As New York Goes, So Goes the Nation: Collective Bargaining and the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists," Researching New York Conference, University at Albany, November 2017.

"Radical Politics and Labor Organization: Leon Davis and the Pharmacists’ Union of Greater New York,” Researching New York, University at Albany, November 2016.

“Reds and Relief: The Unemployed Councils and the Temporary Relief Administration,” Researching New York, University at Albany, November 2005.
“United States v. American Liberty: The Red Scare in Cortland, NY,” Researching New York, University at Albany, November 2004.

“Alfred Rosenberg and the Nazi Persecution of the Catholic Church,” Scholar’s Day, State University of New York, College at Cortland, May 2002.

“The Utica Clothing and Textile Strike of 1919,” Phi Alpha Theta Conference, Canisius College, April 2001.


HONORS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Ekirch Prize in American History, University at Albany, History Department, 2005
Valedictorian, Utica College, Class of 2001

ACPHS COMMITTEES

Admissions Committee, 2018-Present
ACPHS Forum Committee, 2017-Present
Educational Resources Committee, 2016-Present
Shared Governance Taskforce, 2017
Marketing Advisory Group, 2016-17
Public Safety Committee, Fall 2015

ACPHS STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

Advisor, Multicultural Club, 2016-Present