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Department of History

Marsha Frey

Professor

Office: 204 Calvin Hall
Email: mfrey@k-state.edu

EDUCATION:

1971                Ph.D., Ohio State University

1968                M.A., Ohio State University

1967                B.A. Summa cum Laude, Ohio State University

1967                B.S. in Ed. Summa cum Laude, Ohio State University

Curriculum Vitae (PDF) 

Select Publications

PUBLICATIONS: BOOKS

MONOGRAPHS

The Culture of French Revolutionary Diplomacy: In the Face of Europe with Linda Frey . London:Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2018.

“Proven Patriots”: The French Diplomatic Corps, 1789-1799 with Linda Frey (St. Andrews, Scotland: St. Andrew Studies in French History and Culture, 2011.) Also available on line: http://research-repository.st-andrews.ac.uk/handle/10023/1881.

The French Revolution. (with Linda Frey). Westport, Ct: Greenwood Press, 2004.

The History of Diplomatic Immunity. (with Linda Frey). Part I: To Guard the Fox: The Evolution and Practice of Diplomatic Immunity from Ancient Times to the French Revolution.  (With Linda Frey).  Part II: The Fox at Bay: The Evolution and Practice of Diplomatic Immunity from the French Revolution to the Present.  (With Linda Frey).  Columbus Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1999. Phi Alpha Theta Outstanding Book Award, 2000.

Societies in Upheaval Insurrections in France, Hungary, and Spain in the Early Eighteenth Century (with Linda Frey).  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1987.  Tokyo: Publishers International Corporation,1987; Singapore:Tappan Co.,1987; Austrlia: Ruth Walls Books, 1986.

Frederick I, The Man and His Times. (with Linda Frey). East European Monographs.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1984.

Friedrich I., Preussens erster König (with Linda Frey).  Vienna: Verlag Styria, 1983.

A Question of Empire: Leopold I and the War of the Spanish Succession, 1701-1705 (with Linda Frey).  Atlantic Studies, Brooklyn College Studies on Society in Change, No. 36.  East European Monographs, No. 136.  New York: Columbia University Press, 1983.

EDITED COLLECTIONS

Daily Life of Civilians in Wartime Europe, 1618 to 1900. ( edited with Linda Frey). Westport, Ct: Greenwood Press, 2007.


The Treaties of the War of the Spanish Succession: An Historical and Critical Dictionary (with Linda Frey).  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1995.

SERIES EDITOR

Contributing editor, The Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, Toronto: Wiley, forthcoming.

Series editor with Linda Frey, Greenwood Guides to Historic Events, 1500-1900.  (2002- 2009).

              Lee J. Wyatt, The Industrial Revolution, 2009.

              Johannes Postma, Slave Revolts,2008.

              Ronald S. Love, The Enlightenment, 2008  

              Mehrdad Kia, The Ottoman Empire, 2008.

              Joanne Schneider, The Age of Romanticism, 2008.

              Robert D. Linder, The Reformation Era, 2008.             

              Keith A. Francis, Charles Darwin and the Origin of Species, 2007.

              Amy H. Sturgis, The Trail of Tears and Indian Removal, 2006.

              R. Love, Maritime Exploration in the Age of Discovery, 1415-1800, 2006.

              D & J.  Heidler,   The Mexican War, 2006.

              C. Ferrell, The Abolitionist Movement, 2006.

              W. Applebaum, The Scientific Revolution and the Foundations of Modern                                        Science, 2005.

              L. & M. Frey, The French Revolution, 2004.

              H. Fritz, The Lewis and Clark Expedition, 2004.

              C. Kingseed, The American Civil War, 2004.

              B. Hankins, The Second Great Awakening and the Transcendalists, 2004.

              S. Conner, The Age of Napoleon, 2004.

              A. Cave, The French and Indian War, 2004.

              A. Veenendaal, American Railroads in the Nineteenth Century, 2003.

              J. Morton, The American Revolution, 2003.

              D. & J. Heidler, Manifest Destiny, 2003.

              C. Ferrell, Reconstruction, 2003.

              K. Hendrickson, The Spanish American War    2003.

              J. Postma, The Atlantic Slave Trade, 2003.

              D. & J. Heidler, The War of 1812, 2002.

              L. Derfler, The Dreyfus Affair, 2002.

EDITED WORKS

Observations from The Hague and Utrecht: William Henry Harrison's Letters to Henry Watkins, 1711-1712 (co-editor with Linda Frey and John Rule).  Columbus: Ohio State University Libraries, 1979.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

Women in Western European History, A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography from Antiquity to the Present: Recent Research (co-compiler with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider).  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1986.London: Harvester Press, 1986, Tokyo: Publishers International Corporation, 1986, Singapore: Tappan Company, 1986, Australia: Ruth Walls Books, 1986.

Women in Western European History, A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography: The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. (co-compiler with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider).  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1982. London: Harvester Press, 1984, Tokyo: Publishers International Corporation, 1984, Singapore: Tappan Company, 1984, Australia: Ruth Walls Books, 1984.

Women in Western European History, A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography from Antiquity to the French Revolution (co-compiler with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider).  Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 1982. London: Harvester Press, 1986, Tokyo: Publishers International Corporation, 1986, Singapore: Tappan Company, 1986,

 Australia: Ruth Walls Books, 1986.

TRANSLATIONS                                                                                       

Anatole France's Les Dieux ont Soif (co-translator with Linda Frey and Roman Zylawy).  Norwood, Pennsylvania: Norwood Editions, 1978.

                        Reprint. Folcroft Editions, 1980

Reprint. Darby Books, 1983.

PUBLICATIONS: ARTICLES,CHAPTERS, AND BLOGS

“ ‘ More Savage than White Bears’: The Diplomatic Etiquette of Revolutionary France,” with Linda Frey, The Court Historian 22: 1 (May 2017) 53-74. Http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14629712.2017.1306359.

“23 Treaties of Utrecht that Changed European History Forever, “with Linda Frey, Oxford Bibliographies,  April 11, 2017. There is a http link blog.oup.com/2017/04/23-treaties-utrecht-european-history/.

“Volcanoes under the Feet”, Victor Marie Du Pot and Revolutionary France,” with Linda Frey, there is a http link. www.hagley.org/librarynews/%E2%80%9Cvolcanoes-under-feet%E2%80%9D-victor-marie-du-pont-and-revolutionary-france

“My Brothers Double Your Prayers:” The Confessional Issue and Religious Networking in Post-Westphalian Europe,” with Linda Frey Western Society for French History, 43(2015).there is an http link    hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.0642292.043.004.

“APEH: A Critical New Look at the Revised Advanced Placement European History Exam,” with Linda Frey, NAS, September 14, 2016, web address nas.org/articles

“History of Diplomatic Immunity” with Marsha Frey in Collection of Papers on Diplomatic Immunity, edited by Marko Novakovic,   Oxford University Press-India, forthcoming:

“Sorrowful and Abandoned: the Dutch in Nieuw Nederland,” with Linda Frey  in Ginder ‘T Vreêverbont bezegelt: Essays over de betekenis van de Vrede van Breda 1667,  edited by Raymond Kubben, 203-216. Breda: Stadarchief Breda, 2015.

“El Teatro de Mundo:Diplomacia en el Cambio de Siglo,” with Linda Frey in Historia Moderna: Procesos y Representaciones edited by M. L. Gonzalez Mezquita, 19-24.Mar del Plata:Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, 2014.

“Arena of the Gladiators in Spanish with Linda Frey is forthcoming.

“The Olive and the Horse: the Eighteenth-Century Culture of Diplomacy,” with Linda Frey in        Performances of Peace: Utrecht, 1713, edited by Renger E. Bruin, Cornelis van der Haven, Lotte Jensen and David Onnekink, 25-39, Leiden: Brill,  2015.

“ Callières.” “Diplomatic Immunity,” “ Treaty of Utrecht,”“Vattel, ” and “Vittoria,” with Linda Frey in Encyclopedia of Diplomacy, edited by Gordon Martel New York: Wiley, forthcoming.

“Chapter 20: Diplomatic Immunity”  with Linda Frey in The Sage Handbook of Diplomacy, edited by Costas M. Constantinou, Pauline Kerr and Paul Sharp, 197-206.London: Sage, 2016.

“Peace of Utrecht (1713)” with Linda Frey in Oxford Bibliographies in InternationalRelations, edited by David Armstrong. New York: Oxford University Press, www.oxford bibliographies.com. Updated 2014.

A Crucial Law that Needs Updating,” with Linda Frey, invited paper for forum, New York Times, 17 July 2013.

“Brandenburg-Prussia and the Northern German States: ‘Amicus, sed non Vicinus.’ ” with Marsha Frey in Charles XII: Protagonists of History in International Perspective, edited by John B. Hattendorf and Augustus J. Veenendaal, Jr., Rotterdam: Karwansaray Publishers, forthcoming.

“War and Society: Mars and Europe in the Early Eighteenth Century” with Linda Frey, in Peace Was Made Here: The Treaties of Utrecht, Rastatt and Baden, 1713-1714, edited by Renger de Bruin and Maarten Brinkman, pp. 26-33,   Utrecht: Michael Imhof Verlag, 2013. (Also in Dutch and German).

 “The Reign of the Charlatans is Over:” The French Revolutionary Attack on Diplomatic Practice” with Linda Frey, reprinted in International Diplomacy, edited by Iver B. Neumann and Halvard Leira. New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2013.

“Peace of Utrecht (1713)” with Linda Frey, Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations, New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

“Those Miserable Quarrels of Etiquette: The French Revolutionaries Abroad, “ with Linda Frey, Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750-1850, forthcoming.

“Grégoire and the ‘Breath of Reason’: The French Revolutionaries and the Droit des gens,” with Linda FreyProceedings of the Western Society for French History,” 38 ( 2010): 163-177.

Global Insider: Diplomatic Immunity, ” with Linda  Frey, World Politics Reviewhttp://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/trend-lines/8042/global-insider-diplomatic-immunity                                                                                            

“Liberty and the Leviathan: Commerce and Debt in Ancien Régime France,” with Linda Frey, Historically Speaking,11, no. 2 (April 2010):36-38.


Courses Taught
  • Surveys: Rise of Europe and the Modern Era
  • Upper Division: 18th C Europe, the French Revolution, Central Europe, European Diplomatic History to 1815
  • Graduate Level: 18th C Europe, the French Revolution, Central Europe, European Diplomatic History to 1815