United States Experts
Professor, Department of Theory and History of World Literature, Kyiv State Linguistics University
Chief Economic Correspondent,Wall Street Journal
ExpertiseEconomics; economic policy; journalism
Consultant, Maclaughlin Center for International Education
Distinguished Professor of History, Rutgers University
I got interested in the 1990s when Dr. Darlene Clark Hine invited me to Michigan State University to participate in a celebration to commemorate the first anniversary of the 1997, Million Woman March. She sent me a packet of materials that contained newspaper articles and editorials about the event, and in preparation for my talk I started to underline all of the editorial comments that attendees...
Colonel, United States Air Force
Assistant Professor of Political Science and American Studies and Ethnicity, University of Southern California
I received my Ph.D. in political science from Yale University in 2001. That same year, I joined the faculty at USC, with a joint appointment in the Department of Political Science and in the Program in American Studies and Ethnicity. Much of my intellectual energy over the past five years has been devoted to a research agenda that seeks to develop new and innovative scholarship on immigration, rac...
William Robertson Coe Professor of American Economic History, Department of Economics, Stanford University
Economic history is now practiced primarily within economics departments, often serving as an institutionalized form of internal subversion. Continuing a strong Stanford economic history tradition, that is the way I see my own research: Not to reject or overthrow the discipline of economics, but to demonstrate the importance of historical processes and historical context in economic life. Believ...
Professor of International Business and Economics Law, California State Polytechnic University
Associate Professor of History, McKendree College
A self-described political junkie, I grew up in rural East Texas, the daughter of local Democratic party activists, and I spent my early years in graduate school working for Texas politicians. From a young age, I sensed that careful study of political discourse and policy development would reveal much about even larger, more fundamental questions pertaining to power, its dissemination, and its imp...