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Andrew Huebner

Former Title VIII Summer Research Scholar


    July 3, 2023 — September 3, 2023

    Professional affiliation

    Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, University of North Texas

    Wilson Center Projects

    Eagles Over The Baltics: The American Relief Administration in War and Peace, 1918-1920

    Full Biography

    Andrew Huebner is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History at the University of North Texas. His expertise is on the First World War era and transnational U.S.-Eastern European relations, with an emphasis on humanitarianism. His project focuses on post-First World War American food relief in the Baltic Sea region, showing how humanitarian programs influenced emerging nation states amid warfare and social upheaval. In addition to the Kennan Institute, his research has been supported by the Boren Awards Program and the Hoover Institute.

    He is a Student Fellow of the UNT Military History Center, and a member of the Society for Military History, the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations, and the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. His work has been published with the Army University Press in their 2018 Large-Scale Combat Operations case studies series, and Brill Academic Publishers in a forthcoming edited anthology War and Disease.