History

Dr. Steven Rowan

 



photo of rowanSteven Rowan, Ph.D.
Professor
Curriculum Vitae

Fields of interest:

Major publications:

Ulrich Zasius: A Jurist in the German Renaissance, 1461-1535 (Frankfurt am Main, 1987) Law and Jurisprudence in the 16th Century (St. Louis: Center for Reformation Research, 1986). Germans for a Free Missouri: Translations from the St. Louis Radical Press (University of Missouri Press, 1983) Edited with Elizabeth Sims, Henry Boernstein, The Mysteries of St. Louis (Chicago: Kerr, 1990) translated, Emil Klauprecht Cincinnati, or The Mysteries of the West (New York: Lang, 1996) Henry Boernstein, Memoirs of a Nobody: The Missouri Years of an Austrian Radical (Missouri Historical Society Press, 1998) Translated, Wilhelm Kaufmann, The Germans in the American Civil War (Carlisle, PA: Kalmann, 1999) Translated and edited, Baron Ludwig von Reizenstein, The Mysteries of New Orleans, (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002); Edited, Ludwig Freiherr von Reizenstein, Die Geheimnisse von New-Orleans (Shreveport, LA: Les editions Tintamarre, 2004).
The Baron in the Grand Canyon:  Friedrich Wilhelm von Egloffstein in the West (University of Missouri Press, 2013).
 

Current research:

           Complete curriculum vitae is attached.

           To contact Dr. Rowan please use the following email Srowan@umsl.edu