Ph.D. Candidate in History of European Integration, University of Pavia, Italy
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs, The George Washington University
I graduated summa cum laude from Amherst College and earned a Ph.D. in History from Cornell University under the direction of Thomas Borstelmann. I am a specialist on U.S.-East Asian relations during the Cold War. My work focuses on the social and cultural impact of the United States on East Asia. My first book, Nation Building in South Korea, examines why South Korea was among the few post-coloni...
Professor of History, University of California, Riverside
Trained broadly as a Latin Americanist historian, I have devoted most of my scholarly career to research on modern Argentina. I made my first trip to the country some thirty years ago, in the midst of the military dictatorship that I am currently studying. I have traveled widely in Latin America and lived in several of the countries for extended periods of time, but I have specialized in Argentine...
PhD Candidate, The Ohio State University
University of Florence
Lecturer, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea
Professor of History, Center for Cold War International History Studies, East China Normal University, China
Fellow, Tokyo Foundation; PhD. Candidate, Peking University/Waseda University
Assistant Professor of Political Science, The University of Denver
I was raised in Evansville, Indiana, the son of a school teacher, attended college at Princeton University, where I studied Eastern religions and Western philosophy, then proceeded to the University of Chicago for graduate studies in The Committee on Social Thought. My Master’s work focused on the emergence of modern political economy from 18th century Scottish moral philosophy. For my...