I strive to engage with other academic disciplines and to integrate my scholarship into the local and international community. I have organized and funded various public history events, talks, and exhibits that have featured in the local press. News about my scholarship and teaching have also been featured in university publications and newsletters. Samples of both are featured below.
“On 23 February, the Embassy joined @DePaul University Irish Studies Program and Consulate General of Ireland, Chicago for the second installment of “A Farther Shore”. Panellist Dr. Tim McMahon, Dr. Mary McAuliffe, and Dr. Justin Dolan Stover discussed the War of Independence, alongside moderator Dr. Mary McCain and Ambassador Dan Mulhall.”
“Know your Media,” Interview with KISU Radio on events of 6 January 2021. Was it a coup?
Podcast: “Toward an Environmental History of the Irish Revolution.” Part of the “Commemorating Partition and Civil Wars in Ireland, 2020-2023” project. Delivered 2 October 2017 at Queens University Belfast.
Local NBC affiliate segment, “The Bright Side,” 23 October 2020
ISU prof.: American and Irish St. Patrick’s celebrations value culture
Holocaust remembered by survivors in Pocatello
The Bengal 18 November 2020
Irish Independent, Sunday, 29 December 2018
The Destruction of Dublin, Sunday Business Post, 7 February 2016
Overachievers Under 40, 22 April 2015
“FRENCH MAGAZINE EXHIBIT OFFERS INSIGHT INTO WORLD WAR I AND BEYOND” The Bengal, 5 Feb. 2015
Exhibition of French War Prints by ISU professor Stover, 25 Jan. 2015
“More than a number: Philip Mandel started a project to share Holocaust survivor Alter Wiener’s story”, Idaho State Journal, 2 May 2014
Surviving the Holocaust, Idaho State Journal, 13 Apr. 2013
Holocaust Survivors to Present Locally, The Bengal, 10 April 2013
“ISU part of Holocaust memorial ceremony”, Idaho State Journal, 6 April 2013
Holocaust Memorial Ceremony, Idaho State Journal, 6 Apr 2013
Scholarship & Publications in Media
Irish Environmental Humanities at Boston College
Idaho State University professor Justin Stover looks to commemorate Irish history through events during spring semester, ISU News & Notes, February 2016