David J. Goldberg received his BA from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He is the author of A Tale of Three Cities: Labor Organization and Protest in Paterson, Passaic and Lawrence (Rutgers University Press, 1989) and Discontented America - The United States in the 1920s (The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999). He has also written numerous articles related to labor and immigration history. He is currently working on a new book dealing with Boston, baseball and American life in the mid-1950s. He teaches upper division courses on U.S. history in the 20th century, U.S. foreign policy and the history of immigration.
Thomas Bell's Out of This Furnace: An evaluation and an appreciation, Journal of American Ethnic History (2010)
An essay is presented describing the author's experiences using ethnic fiction as a tool within...
Ethnic Pride, American Patriotism: Slovaks and Other new Immigrants in the Interwar Era, Journal of American History (2007)
- The article reviews the book "Ethnic Pride, American Patriotism: Slovaks and Other New Immigrants...
Review of "Don't Sleep with Stevens!": The J. P. Stevens Campaign and the Struggle to Organize the South, 1963-1980, Historian (2006)
Review of "Don't Sleep with Stevens!": The J. P. Stevens Campaign and the Struggle to...
Review of The Dollar Decade: Mammon and the Machine in 1920S America, Historian (2005)
Review of The Dollar Decade: Mammon and the Machine in 1920S America
Review of Jazz Age Jews, Journal of American History (2002)
Reviews the book Jazz Age Jews, by Michael Alexander.