He taught at Georgetown while completing his Ph.D. and then briefly at the American University in Cairo before joining the American University of Beirut, where he was on the faculty from 2008 to 2019. : Russia and the Problem of Italian Entry into World War I,”, “Warlordism à la russe: Baron von Ungern-Sternberg’s Anti-Bolshevik Crusade, 1917–1921,”, “The Role of Foreign Affairs in the Fall of Nikita Khrushchev in 1964,”, “The Opiate of the Intellectuals? Academica Press, LLC, a scholarly press devoted to research in the social sciences, education, literature and critical studies, today announced the appointment of Professor Paul du Quenoy of the American University of Cairo as the new acquisitions editor for the RESEARCH IN CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL HISTORY SERIES. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press. ACADEMICA PRESS Showing 1 - 2 of 2 results. He also belongs to the New York Athletic Club, the Metropolitan Opera Club, and the University Club of Washington, DC. After the true contents of the interview were revealed, an outcry led to Sir Roger's restoration by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Johnson's first day in office. Academica Press, Bethesda, Dublin, and Palo Alto, ... Paul Du Quenoy has published the first full-length English-language biography of Serov, prompted, as he explains in the preface, by his acquaintance with Alexander’s great-grandson, Grégoire Serof. The Paul du Quenoy Prize is an annual award recognizing individuals who have exposed absurd or unethical practices in academic institutions and media organizations. About Academica Press Academica Press, LLC is a leading scholarly publisher. " According to The American Historical Review, Stage Fright "demolishes Soviet arguments" and conclusively demonstrates the vital commercial elements in Russian culture, which du Quenoy argues was relatively free before the Revolution of 1917. 2009. Usually despatched in 5 - 7 working days. • • • Machiavelli: The Art of Teaching People What To Fear. Paul du Quenoy (born November 15, 1977) is a private investor, critic, historian, and philanthropist. The winner is presented with a cash award and commemorative certificate. Publisher: Academica Press; Pages: 219; Date Published: 30th May 2011; Book $109.25. In 2011 du Quenoy became one of the youngest people ever elected to membership in Washington, DC's Cosmos Club, where National Geographic magazine was founded.  The Modern Language Review said that "this book offers a detailed counter-argument to teleological readings of the cultural and political situation in late imperial Russia. , Paul du Quenoy's first book, Stage Fright: Politics and the Performing Arts in Late Imperial Russia (2009), was acclaimed by Princeton University Russia scholar Caryl Emerson, who declared it "wonderfully unusual" and praised "its devastating command of the historical record. " Du Quenoy subsequently published Wagner and the French Muse: Music, Society, and Nation in Modern France (2011), which University of Illinois French literature specialist Margaret Miner lauded as a "pleasantly readable, extensively documented narrative" of the German composer Richard Wagner's reception in France. Stage Fright: Politics and the Performing Arts in Late Imperial Russia . He has held two Fulbright fellowships in Russia (2003-2004 and 2012) as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, the American Historical Association, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Slavic-Eurasian Research Center at Hokkaido University in Japan. Add Book to basket Pp. Paul du Quenoy graduated summa cum laude from George Washington University at age 20 and received his Ph.D. with distinction from Georgetown University, where he was the last Ph.D. graduate of the late Russian History scholar Richard Stites. His music criticism has included bylines from New York, London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, San Francisco, Milan, Tokyo, St. Petersburg, Barcelona, Santa Fe, and the Salzburg, Bayreuth, Verona, and Glimmerglass Festivals.. Browse: Paul Du Quenoy (author) This page lists all music books by the author Paul Du Quenoy. Sir Roger graciously agreed, however, to accept the Prize honorarily as its first recipient. Professor du Quenoy, author of WAGNER AND THE FRENCH MUSE (2005), is an authority on Russia's Silver Age of poetry, theatre, and dance and a specialist on the cultural matrix of Wagnerism (1870 - 1945). Paul du Quenoy graduated summa cum laude from George Washington University at age 20 and received his Ph.D. with distinction from Georgetown University, where he was the last Ph.D. graduate of the late Russian History scholar Richard Stites. Washington, DC 20036, E-MAIL ADDRESS: Translated by Willard Wood. He has held two Fulbright fellowships in Russia (2003-2004 and 2012) as well as fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, the American Historical Association, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and the Slavic-… His writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Times, the Washington Examiner, the Spectator, City Journal, the New Criterion, the Weekly Standard, Musical America, the American Conservative, Men’s Journal, the Critic, Opera Today, ConcertoNet, New York Classical Review, Al Jazeera, and numerous academic journals, including the American Historical Review, the Journal of Modern History, International History Review, and Russian Review. • Paul du Quenoy is president and publisher of Academica Press. " Professor E. Anthony Swift of the University of Essex welcomed it as an "important new contribution to the field" that "should be read by anyone interested in the relationship of politics and the arts. Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, "Paul du Quenoy, Stage Fright: Politics and the Performing Arts in Late Imperial Russia", "Stage Fright: Politics and the Performing Arts in Late Imperial Russia, Paul du Quenoy", "Paul du Quenoy . Music and Letters extolled the book as "ably written, balanced, highly detailed, and documented with care ... As such it outdoes existing Russian efforts. By Paul du Quenoy", "Met's venerable "Rosenkavalier" blooms anew", "Guest Speakers Highlight Seabourn Quest World Cruise Segments - Seabourn Blog | Seabourn Blog", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Paul_du_Quenoy&oldid=988793816, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, "In the Most Uncompromising Russian Style: The Russian Repertoire at the Metropolitan Opera, 1910–1947,", “Arabs under Tsarist Rule: The Russian Occupation of Beirut, 1773–1774,”, "Staging Russia: The Russian Repertoire at the Metropolitan Opera, 1943–1972,", “‘It Could Be A Lot Worse:’ Imperial Russian Theatrical Censorship in a Comparative Perspective,", “Tidings From A Faraway East: The Russian Empire and Morocco,”, “‘Honeymoon to Bayreuth:’ French Appreciations of Richard Wagner in the Interwar Era,”, “Vladimir Solov’ev in Egypt: The Origins of the ‘Divine Sophia’ in the Development of Russian Religious Philosophy,”, “The Russian Empire and Egypt, 1900–1915,”, “Perfecting the Show Trial: The Case of Baron von Ungern-Sternberg,”, “With Allies Like These, Who Needs Enemies? Sir Roger won the Prize in recognition of his summary dismissal without due process from an uncompensated British government post after a journalist deliberately misrepresented interview statements to smear him as a racist. It is named in honor of Academica Press’s owner, the historian, critic, investor, and philanthropist Paul du Quenoy, whose experiences in and critiques of academia motivated the Prize’s founders to honor and incentivize the exposure of … Winners with relevant book projects in development will also be offered contracts with Academica Press, a leading independent publisher of general non-fiction based in Washington, DC and London. The Paul du Quenoy Prize is awarded annually around the time of Professor du Quenoy’s birthday (November 15). The Prize's first recipient, for 2019, was the eminent British philosopher Sir Roger Scruton (1944-2020), who, regrettably, could not travel to accept the Prize due to a cancer diagnosis that claimed his life.