Associate Academic Director, University of California Washington Center, Washington, DC.
My Ph.D. is in U.S. history, and in my scholarship I have sought to use historical subjects to shed light on contemporary political and public policy challenges facing the United States. My current project seeks to provide a broad history of defending America, focusing on the political, ideological and policy struggles surrounding "civilian defense" in World War II, the Cold War and beyo...
Librarian, Woodrow Wilson Center (Retired)
Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Center for Contemporary Arab Studies in the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
My scholarly work has been about the complicated consequences of conflict. My first book, Palestinian Village Histories, focuses on memory and history among Palestinians made refugees in the course of the 1948 War and the creation of Israel. I collected and examined over 120 village books published by Palestinians about their villages that were destroyed, which I combined with interviews and...
Former Reporter, National Staff, The Washington Post
Associate Professor in Political Science, Universite' Libre de Bruxelles, France; Director of Political Research, Institute of European Studies, ULB.
Associate Professor of History, University of Florida
Associate Professor of History (Helmut Schmidt Chair of International History), School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany
Howard A. Newman Professor of American Studies, Department of History, Cornell University
María Cristina García is the Howard A. Newman Professor of American Studies in the Department of History at Cornell University, where she teaches courses on immigration history. She is the author of Seeking Refuge: Central American migration to Mexico, the United States, and Canada (2006); Havana USA: Cuban Exiles and Cuban Americans in South Florida (1996); and articles and book chapters on refug...
Frank Stanton Chair in Nuclear Security Policy studies and Professor of Political Science at MIT. Senior Advisor, Nuclear Proliferation International History Project, Woodrow Wilson Center
Francis J. Gavin is first Frank Stanton Chair in Nuclear Security Policy studies and Professor of Political Science at MIT.Before joining MIT, Francis J. Gavin was the Tom Slick Professor of International Affairs and the Director of the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law at the University of Texas. From 2005 until 2010, he directed The American Assembly’s multi...
Doctoral Candidate, The University of Nottingham, UK