North America Experts
Senior Counsel to the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation<br> Adjunct Professor, The Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy, William and Mary College
Professor, History Department, University of British Columbia, Canada; Co-editor, Canadian Historical Review, 2003-present
I devoted the first 20 years of my career to interdisciplinary and multi-source-based ethnohistorical research about Canadian native economic history and cultural ecology. I became an expert in interpreting the massive archival record of the Hudson's Bay Company (1670-present). My first major publication based on this work was Indians in the Fur Trade (1998 ). In a series of articles and a c...
Associate Professor of Government, Georgetown University
Douglas Reed is an Associate Professor of Government at Georgetown University, specializing in the politics of education, federalism and American political development, He is director of the newly-created Program in Education, Inquiry and Justice at Georgetown and is the author of the forthcoming book Building the Federal Schoolhouse: Localism and the American Education State (2014). He has writte...
James Reston is the author of 15 books, three plays, and numerous articles in national magazines. He was awarded the Prix Italia and the Dupont-Columbia Award for his 1983 90 minute radio documentary on National Public Radio, "Father Cares: the Last of Jonestown." His last four historical works, Galileo: A Life, The Last Apocalypse, Warriors of God, and Defenders of the Faith h...
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
Vice President, Security & Operations, American Trucking Associations
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Women's Studies, Washington University in St. Louis
This project engages my interests as a scholar of reproductive politics and as a citizen of the United States who has watched our prison population swell to the largest in the world. My first book examined the ways that institutions such as corporations, hospitals, courts, and legislatures undermine women's equality by creating rights for fetuses. Here, I shift my attention to reproductive con...
Ph.D. Candidate, The University of Florida
Dean of Humanities and Professor of History; UC California, Irvine
senior manager, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Center for Global Regulatory Cooperation