PhD, University of Connecticut
MA, Villanova University
BA, Fairfield University
Daniel Williamson is chair of the Department of Humanities and a professor of history. He teaches Western Civilization I, Western Civilization II, and Modern Ireland.
"I enjoy introducing our first-year students to college-level history classes," says Williamson. "It is a pleasure to see our students become more adept at thinking about historical questions and become better writers."
Williamson's research interests include:
- Irish foreign policy
- Northern Ireland Troubles
- Cold War diplomacy
Anglo-Irish Relations in the Early Troubles, 1969-1972 (Bloomsbury, 2017)
Separate Agendas: Churchill, Eisenhower, and Anglo-American Relations, 1953-1955 (Lexington Books, 2006)