Dr. Dye teaches Modern British and Irish History and the History of American Immigration. He specializes in the study of the Irish Diaspora.
PhD, Northwestern University
BS, University of Notre Dame
Program of Liberal Studies
At St. Ambrose since 2000.
Colonial American and the Atlantic World
The History of the British Empire
Immigration to the United States, 1600-2000
The Modern Middle East
The Irish-American Experience
New Student Seminar
Jacksonian American, 1815-1850
Revolutionary America, 1763-1815
War and Peace in Northern Ireland
United States History to 1865
"Irish-American Ambivalence Toward the Spanish-American War," New Hibernia Review, 11:3 (Autumn 2007): 98-113.
"Leo R. Ward, Irish America's Rural Man of Letters," American Catholic Studies, 118:4 (Winter 2007): 19-35.
"Catholic Protectionism or Irish Nationalism? Religion and Politics in Liverpool, 1829-1845," Journal of British Studies, 40:3 (July 2001): 357-90.
Forum on Education Abroad
Association of International Education Administrators
Dr. Dye's CV (pdf)