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Professor of History
School of Humanities

Office: 2006 HUM Building
Tel:  (914) 251-6571
Fax: (914) 251-6559
Email: wayne.tebrake@purchase.edu

Kempner Distinguished Professor of History, School of Humanities

The University of Michigan, 1970–1976; Ph.D. in European history, 1977
The Free University of Amsterdam, independent study in Dutch history, 1969–1970  
Calvin College, 1965–1969; B.A. in history; minor in philosophy, 1970 

Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Research, State University of New York, May 2003
Project Grants, Ford Foundation, New York, Jan. 2000–Dec. 2002; Nov. 2003–Oct. 2004
Research Fellowships, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, Wassenaar, The Netherlands, 1990–1991; 2000–2001
Research Grant, Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, New York, January 1995–December 1996
Research Stipend, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris, 1992 and 1997
Senior Research Fellowship for The Netherlands, Fulbright Exchange Program, United States Information Agency, 1984–1985
Research Fellowship for Recent Recipients of the Ph.D., American Council of Learned Societies, 1981

Professor of History, Purchase College, State University of New York, 1993–present
Associate Provost of Academic Affairs, 2006–2007
Associate Professor, 1986–1993; Assistant Professor, 1979–1986
Visiting Professor of History (Spring 1997, 1998–1999) and Visiting Fellow (1996, 1997–1998, 1999–2000, 2003–present), Yale University
Directeur d'Études Associé, École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 1992 and 1997
Visiting Research Professor, Department of Social History, Erasmus University Rotterdam, 1984–1985
Guest Lecturer in History, Trinity Christian College, 1978–1979
Assistant Professor of History, Calvin College, 1976-1978
Power and the City in the Netherlandic World, ed. Wayne te Brake and Willem Klooster.  Leiden:  Brill, 2006.
Shaping History: Ordinary People in European Politics, 1500–1700. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.
Challenging Authority:  The historical study of contentious politics, ed. Michael Hanagan, Leslie Page Moch, and Wayne te Brake. Social Movements, Protest and Contention. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1998.
Regents and Rebels:  The Revolutionary World of an Eighteenth-Century Dutch City.  Studies in Social Discontinuity.  Oxford/Cambridge, MA: Basil Blackwell, 1989.
"Accommodating Difference:  Historical Processes and Political Cultures," in Religious Newcomers, ed. Siep Stuurman and Thijl Sunier.  Amsterdam:  Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming.
"The Old Régime and the Dutch Revolutions," in Tocqueville and Beyond:  Essays on the Old Regime in Honor of David D. Bien, ed. Robert A. Schneider and Robert M. Schwartz.  Newark, DE:  Univ. of Delaware Press, 2003.
"Charles V and his Contentious Subjects," in Charles V in Context:  The Making of a European Identity, ed. Marc Boone and Marysa Demoor.  Brussels:  VUB Press, 2003
 "Religious Identities and the Boundaries of Citizenship in the Dutch Republic," in Religion and Polities in Enlightenment Europe, ed. James E. Bradley and Dale Van Kley.  South Bend:  Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2001.
"Violence in the Dutch Patriot Revolution," Comparative Studies in Society and History, 30 (1988):  143-163.2