Paul Thomas Chamberlin
Paul Chamberlin specializes in twentieth century international history with a focus on U.S. foreign relations and the Middle East.
His first book, The Global Offensive: The United State
Michael Swanson writes about American history, financial markets, and global investment trends. He received his Masters Degree in Arts from the University of Virginia in 1998.
He is fou
Stephen G Rabe
Professor of history Stephen Rabe held the Ashbel Smith Chair in History at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he taught for forty years. He won three awards for distinguished teaching. He ha
Samuel F Wells
Samuel F. Wells has taught at both Wellesley College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At the Wilson Center, he founded the International Security Studies Program in 1977 a
David Leheny is Professor in the Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies at Waseda University.
He previously was an assistant and associate professor of political science at the Univers
Ezra F Vogel
Ezra F. Vogel is the Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences Emeritus at Harvard. After graduating from Ohio Wesleyan in 1950 and serving two years in the U.S. Army, he studied sociology in
Aaron B O'Connell
Aaron O'Connell joined UT's History Department from Washington D.C., where he served in the Obama Administration as Director for Defense Policy & Strategy on the National Security Council staff
Professor Mark Peterson, a specialist in early North America and the Atlantic world, joined the Yale History Department in July 2018. He earned his Ph.D. in History at Harvard University, and
Daniel Tudor is a British journalist who holds a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Oxford, an MBA from the University of Manchester and moved to Korea a decade ago
Christine M Philliou
Christine Philliou specializes in the political, social, and cultural history of the Ottoman Empire and modern Turkey and Greece as parts of the post-Ottoman world. Her first book, Biography of an
I am a historian specializing in the history of the Andes region of South America. Going back to my 1996 dissertation at the University of Minnesota, most of my scholarship has focused on extractiv
Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger is professor and chair of early modern history at the University of Münster in Germany.
Her many books include her acclaimed biography of Maria Theresa, which
Jeremy Black, a Senior Fellow, is professor of history at Exeter University. He studied at Queens’ College Cambridge, St John’s College Oxford, and Merton College Oxford before joining the Universi
I am a historian of early and nineteenth-century North America, specializing in indigenous, colonial, imperial, environmental, and borderlands history. I am also interested in comparative and globa
Daniel Immerwahr (Ph.D., Berkeley, 2011) is a professor of history, specializing in twentieth-century U.S. history within a global context. His first book, Thinking Small (Harvard, 2015), offe
Alison Peck teaches and writes in the area of global sustainable development, including trade, immigration, and environmental law. Professor Peck leads WVU students every summer in a stud
Taha Kazi earned a PhD in Social Anthropology from SOAS University of London. She is the author of Religious Television and Pious Authority in Pakistan (2021), published by Indiana University Press
Susan Myers has led specialist birding tours in the Asian and Australasian region for more than fifteen years. She now works with WINGS Birding Tours, based in Arizona. Myers is the author of Birds
As a boy, Ken discovered Flickers in the Pennsylvania woods, and has been chasing birds ever since. In his teens, he was the ABA/Leica Young Birder of the Year and the Wildbird Birder of the Year.
I’m a Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Biology in the School of Biological & Chemical Sciences at Queen Mary University of London. My research interests are in the intelligence of animals, especial