David Weiland III

Lecturer I - Arts And Humanities
djw108020@utdallas.edu
972-883-2170

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Economic History
Cambridge University - 1996
M.Phil. - Latin American Studies
Cambridge University - 1992
B.A. - History & Latin American Studies
University of California, Berkeley - 1990

Publications

"Instructor's Manual" for Adler, Philip J. and Randall L. Pouwels, World Civilizations, Sixth Edition, Wadsworth Publishing (Forthcoming forthcoming - Publication
"Silver, Trade & War: Revisionism or Recapitulation?" A Review Essay on Stanley and Barbara Stein's Silver, Trade & War: Spain & America in the Making of Early Modern Europe. Hispanic American Historical Review (May 2002. ) 2002 - Publication
"Making Global Trade 'Global:' The Profit Motive Behind Spanish American Silver and Chinese Silk," Latin American and Global Trade: Essays from the Social Science History Institute Seminar, Stanford University, November, 2002/3. 2002 - Publication
"Balance of Trade," "Bolivia," "Capitalism," "Colonial Administration," "Industrial Revolution," "Mexico," "Pirates," "Silver," "Third World," "Trade Deficits," "Wages." Contributions to The Tariff in U.S. History, 1600s-2000: An Encyclopedia Cynthia Northrup, et. al. eds. (Greenwood Press, 2002.) 2002 - Publication
"The Demise of the Last Medieval Empire: Spain, Spanish America, and the Fiscal Revolution of 1763-1820." Working Papers Series, International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World, Warren Center, Harvard University, August, 2001. 2001 - Publication
"Chinese Silk and the European 'New Draperies': Transatlantic Trade and the Parallel Crises of Europe and Mexico, 1571-1670," Working Papers Series, International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World, Warren Center, Harvard University, August, 1999 1999 - Publication

Appointments

Consultant
Cengage Publishing [2010–Present]
Professor
Collins College [2007–Present]
Visiting Professor
Grambling State University [2005–2006]
Adjunct Professor
Salt Lake Community College [2003–2005]
Grants and Projects Coordinator
University of Utah [2002–2004]
Consultant
Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey [2000–2002]
Assistant Professor
Utah State University [1996–2002]
Supervisor of Studies, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
University of Cambridge [1994–1995]
Supervisor of Studies, Faculty of History
University of Cambridge [1993–1996]
Supervisor of Studies, Faculty of Geography
University of Cambridge [1993–1994]

Projects

Chinese Silk, Mexican Silver and western European Luxury Textiles: The Transition from Seventeenth-Century Crisis to Eighteenthcentury Import-Export Growth
2000–2000 American Historical Association, Chicago, January, 2000.
Spanish Silver, Chinese silk and the Global Market for Luxury Textiles, 1571-1670
2002–2002 FEEGI Biannual Conference, San Marino, CA, Feb. 2002.
Making Global Trade 'Global:' The Profit Motive Behind Spanish American Silver and Chinese Silk
2001–2001 Social Science History Institute Seminar, Stanford University, November, 2001.
Silver Production and Imperial Spain's Defence Policy in Mexico and the Caribbean. A New Look at New Spain's Century of Depression
1995–1995 Institute of Latin American Studies Conference, University of Texas at Austin, 9 March 1995.
A House of Cards. New Spain's Seventeenth Century Depression Re-examined
1995–1995 Post-Graduate Conference on Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Studies, Trinity Hall, Cambridge, 12 January 1995.

Additional Information

Book Reviews
  • Hispanic American Historical Review; H-Latin America; Business History Review; Western Historical Quarterly
Teaching Experience

Europe:

  • Ancient Western Civilization to 1450 (Lower Division)
  • Modern Western Civilization from 1450 (Lower Division)
  • Spain, 1469-Present (Upper Division)
  • Western European Economic History, 1450-1850 (Upper Division)
  • Debates in Western European Economic History (Graduate)
  • Trade and Exploration in Early Modern Europe 1450-1700 (Graduate)

Latin America:

  • The Caribbean in World History, Pre-History to the Present (Lower Division)
  • Latin American in World History, Pre-History to 1825 (Lower Division)
  • Colonial Latin America to 1825 (Upper and Lower Division)
  • Modern Latin America from 1825 (Upper and Lower Division)
  • Mexico, Pre-History to the Present (Upper Division)
  • The United States and Mexico, 1825-Present (Upper Division)
  • The Caribbean, 1500-Present (Upper Division)
  • Conquest and Conversion in Spanish America, 1300-1825 (Upper Division)
  • Spanish America, 1492-1825 (Upper Division and Graduate)

United States:

  • American civilizations: Introduction to U.S. History (Lower Division)
  • United States History to 1877 (Lower Division)
  • United States History since 1850 (Lower Division)
  • United States/Spanish Amer. Borderlands 1825-Present (Upper Div. & Graduate)
  • The British Empire in North America to 1783 (Lower Division)

World:

  • Ancient World Civilizations to 1450 (Lower Division)
  • Modern World Civilizations from 1450 (Lower Division)
  • World Civilizations-Atlantic Basin from 1450 (Lower Division)
  • Culture and Exchange in the Pre-Nineteenth Century World (Lower Division)

Asia:

  • The British Empire in India, 1767-1914 (Lower Division)
  • The History of Asia, 1200-1900 (Upper Div. - Special Topics)
  • Europe in Asia, 1450-1850 (Graduate)
  • The Economic History of the Pacific, 1550-1900 (Graduate)
  • Interdisciplinary:
  • Introduction to the Humanities (Lower Division, Humanities)
  • Cultural Geography of Lat. America, 1325-1825 (Lower Div. - Geography)
  • Politics of the Mexican Revolution (Upper Div. - Political Science)
Honors, Awards and Scholarships
  • Fellowship, Warren Center for Atlantic History, Harvard University, Aug. 2001.
  • Faculty Research Grant, Utah State University, 2001.
  • Faculty Research Grant, Utah State University, 2000.
  • Faculty Research Fellowship, Utah State University, 2000-1.
  • Fellowship, Warren Center for Atlantic History, Harvard University, Aug. 1999.
  • Faculty Research Grant, Utah State University, 1999.
  • Research Grant, Pembroke College-Cambridge University, Academic Year 1994-5.
  • Scholarship, Cambridge Overseas Trust, Academic Year 1993-4.
  • Scholarship, Overseas Research Student Committee, Academic Year 1993-4.
  • Research Grant, Pembroke College, Academic Year 1992-3.
  • Scholarship, Cambridge Overseas Trust, Academic Year 1991-2.
  • University of California President's Undergraduate Fellowship, 1989-90.
  • Sigma Delta Pi, University of California, Berkeley, 1989.