Malmude has focused on international problems related to the two World Wars and
Cold War, including broadly linked matters of finance, trade, development, and
militarism. In 2009, Professor Malmude's highly praised presentation to the
Maine Classical Association discussed ancient and modern "master
patterns" in history related to our times.
Malmude's work on Credit Mobilization in Britain's Financial Diplomacy of the
1920's was evaluated, passed, officially stamped and adopted by the Bank of
England: it is presently available to current and future international
scholars. Based on primary sources, this book is an official archival source of
the Bank of England, registered in its archive library, and is effectively
published-in-place. He has been honored for his many years of service as both chair
of the Saint Joseph's College Department of History and as Faculty Senate
President. He loves poetry, visual art, and the history of ideas.