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Martin J. Burke
Position: Associate Professor
Campus Affiliation: Graduate Center|Lehman College
Phone: 212-817-8445
Degrees/Diplomas: Ph.D., University of Michigan
Research Interests: American Intellectual and Cultural History, American Religious History, History of Modern Ireland.
Selected Publications

What is Conceptual History?, with Margrit Pernau, Jan Ifversen and Helge Jordheim.(in progress)
 
“Excavating and Explaining the ‘Political’,” Journal of the History of Ideas 79 (forthcoming).
 
“Catholic Questions in the New American Republic,” in Marion Casey, ed. Religious Freedom in America: The Case of the People v. Philips (New York: Fordham University Press, 2105).
 
“An Intellectual Redescription: Revisiting Kari Palonen’s Quentin Skinner” in
 In Debate with Kari Palonen: Concepts, Politics, Histories, eds. Claudia Wiesner, Evgeny Roschin, Marie-Christine Boilard (Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2014).
 
“Why Should We Listen to Mathew Carey?” Early American Studies 11 (2013).


Dermot MacMurrough; or, the Conquest of Ireland. By John Quincy Adams. New Edition and Introduction (Washington, D.C.: Maunsel Press, 2003).

The Conundrum of Class: Public Discourse on the Social Order in America. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995).








"Explaining and Evading Change in Early American Cultural History" in Niall O’Ciosain, ed. Change and Cultural History (Dublin: MacMillan, 2003.)

"'Papistes' ou 'catholiques'? 'papisme’ ou 'catholicité'? Terminologie confessionnelle et culture politique en Irlande et aux Etats-Unis à la fin du 18e et début du 19e siècle." Revue Dix-Huitième Siècle 34 (2002).

"The Social Construction of Reality" in Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History (New York: MacMillan, 2000).