Daniel Stotland

Title
Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Program Coordinator for the B.S. in Global Conflict Studies
Email
Department
Security Studies and International Affairs Dept
College
Daytona College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

History of Russia/Soviet Union
Daniel Stotland

  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in History, University of Maryland - University College
  • B.A. - Bachelor of Arts in History, University of Maryland - University College

  • CEGCS 397: Coop Ed Global Conflict Studie
  • CEGCS 396: Coop Ed Global Conflict Studie
  • SS 325: International Studies
  • SS 322: Modern Russian History
  • SS 110: World History

SS 110: World History

SS 325: Modern Russian History: Peter to Stalin

SS 325: History of the Cold War

SS 325: History of Totalitarianism

SS 337: Globalization and World Politics

SS 325: Military History: Sparta to Stalingrad

SS 336: Modern Middle East in World Affairs


Peer-reviewed Articles

Review of M. M. Narinskii and S. Dembskii, eds., Mezhdunarodnyi krizis 1939 goda v traktovkakh rossiiskikh i pol’skikh istorikov (Moscow: Aspekt Press, 2009) in Kritka: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 13, no 3, (Summer 2012): 745-751.

“Pragmatists and Believers: Dynamics of Ideology and Compromise within the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, 1941-1942,” The Soviet and the Post-Soviet Review, Volume 40, Number 1 (April 2013): 38-63.

“Cadres Decide Everything: The Enduring Dilemmas of the Party-State and the Soviet Service Class,” International Journal of Russian Studies, Volume 3, Number 1 (January 2014):1-19.

"A More Perfect Union: The Construction of the Post-War Consensus of the Soviet Governing Elite," The Soviet and the Post-Soviet Review, Volume 41, Number 2 (July 2014): 121–145.

"The War Within: Factional Strife and Politics of Control in the Soviet Party State (1944-1948)” Russian History, Volume 42, Number 3 (October 2015): 343-369.


Sole-authored Manuscript

The Struggle for the Soul of the Soviet Party-State, 1941-1952. (Latham: Lexington Books, 2017)



American Historical Association

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies


2012-2013 Outstanding Teacher Award (Department of Humanities and Social Sciences)