Graduate Students

Graduate students listed by field can be found in the field Pages.

Jamal Abed-Rabbo

Middle East/Islam, 2012

Research Interests

Islamic Spain; Islamic law; orthodoxy and deviance; mudéjars and emigrants; the evolution of belief systems; societal collapse; the theory, practice, and literary manifestations of love


Michaela Appeltova

Modern Europe, 2011

Research interests

Twentieth-century Central and Eastern Europe, feminist theory and gender history, race and ethnicity, colonialisms, intersections of postcolonialism and socialism

CV


Maria Balandran-Castillo

Latin America, 2007

Dissertation

Emigration in Mexican Policy Making, 1964–1986


Mohamad Ballan

Middle East/Islam, 2011

Research Interests

Nasrid Granada; medieval Iberia and North Africa; early modern Spain; Islamic mysticism; Islamic political thought; medieval political theory

CV


Jason Banks

Byzantine, 2005

Dissertation

The Administration of Civil Justice in Eleventh-Century Byzantium


Daniel Barnard

Middle East/Islam, 2002

Dissertation

Roots of the 1920 Revolt in Iraq: Historical and Historiographical Dissension


Zachary Barr

Modern Europe, 2011

Research Interests

Habsburg Empire, Austria; history and philosophy of science; history of medicine; historical epistemology; Austromarxism; the Vienna Circle; Wittgenstein


Robin Bates

Modern Europe and Intellectual, 2004

Dissertation

Regimes of Education: Pedagogy and the Political Reconstruction of Postrevolutionary France, 1789–1848


Lawrence Bauer

US pre-1900, 2010

Dissertation

Raising Small Citizens: Democracy and the Political Socialization of American Children, 1865–1917


Aidan Beatty

International, 2009

Research Interests

Modern Ireland and Britain; modern Jewish and Israeli history; modern Europe; masculinity and gender; nationalism; intellectual history of capitalism; world-systems analysis

Dissertation

"The Life That God Desires": Masculinity and Power in Ireland, 1884–1937

Curriculum vitae
 


Natalie Belsky

Russia/Soviet Union, 2007

Research interests

Migration and displacement, Soviet Jewish history, ethnic minorities in the Soviet Union, nationalism, history of daily life, gender, Soviet Central Asia

Dissertation

Encounters in the East: Evacuees in the Soviet Hinterland during the Second World War


Heidy Berthoud

Russia, 2002

Dissertation

The Clothing (R)evolution: The Formation and Development of the Soviet Garment Industry and Its Role in Soviet Culture and Society, 1928–1953


Jacob Betz

US pre-1900, 2005

Dissertation

Race, Mission, and the Americanization of the United States Catholic Church, 1865–1910


Ramaesh Bhagirat

Caribbean and Atlantic World, 2008

Dissertation

"Together We Aspire, Together We Achieve": Race, Decolonization, and Nation Building in Guyana and Trinidad, c. 1950s–1980


Carlos Bravo Regidor

Latin America, 2003

Dissertation

The Liberal Experiment: Constitutional Politics in Mexico, 1867–1876


Sabine Cadeau

Caribbean and Atlantic World, 2006

Dissertation

Les Araignées du Soir: Haitian Exile Intellectuals during the Duvalier Era, 1957–1986


Maura Capps

Britain, 2009

Research Interests

Britain and the British Empire, settler colonialism, historical ecology, environmental history, history of science, African history, agricultural history, garden history

Dissertation

"All Flesh Is Grass": Cultivation as Conservation in the Grasslands of Britain's Settler Empire, 1750–1860


Jun Hyung Chae

East Asia-China, 2005

Dissertation

Morality, Charity, and Contested Local Society: The Sanctuary of the Way and the World Red Swastika Society in Shandong 1920–1954


Zachary Chase

Latin America, 2004

Zachary Chase is a joint-degree candidate in the Department of Anthropology and the Department of History.

Research Interests

Ethnohistory, landscape, historical archaeology, religion

Dissertation

Performances of the Past in the Ritual, Historical, and Mythological Landscapes of Huarochirí, Perú , AD 1400–1700


Filiberto Chávez Jr.

US 1900–Present, 2011

Research Interests

American West; Southwest history; borderlands; citizenship; higher education; social movements; American legal history; US government; racial formations; social reform; Bureau of Indian Affairs; Native American history; Mexican American history; Latino history; urban history


Amy Coombs

Britain, 2013


John Cropper

Africa, 2011

Research Interest

Environmental history in colonial and postcolonial French West Africa; deforestation, development; contemporary France.


Sabrina Datoo

South Asia, 2007

Dissertation

Fashioning Muslim Life: Yunani Medicine and Muslim Liberalism in Colonial India, c. 1880–1930


Emilio de Antunano

Latin America, 2010

Dissertation

Containing a Mass City: Urban Planning, People, and Space in the Valley of Mexico, c. 1930–1950


Richard Del Rio

US 1900–Present, 2006

Dissertation

Dope Town Hustlers: Pharmacy Markets and Illicit Narcotics in Early Twentieth-Century Chicago


Christopher Dingwall

US pre-1900, 2007

Research Interests

US cultural history of the nineteenth century; slavery and emancipation in the Atlantic world; race in popular, literary, visual, and material cultures; memory in modernity and postmodernity; history and theory

Dissertation

Selling Slavery: Memory, Culture, and the Renewal of America, 1876–1920


Christopher Dunlap

Latin America, 2009

Research interests

Latin American history of science and technology, Brazil-Argentina relations, twentieth-century Spain, environmental history, informal diplomacy, Atlantic history, intellectual exchanges

Dissertation

Epistemic Communities, Nuclear Science, and the State in Brazil and Argentina, 1950–1991


Stuart Easterling

Latin America, 2006

Dissertation

Behind the Cactus Curtain: Painters, Politics, and Aesthetics in Mexico City, 1946–1968


Torsten Edstam

Medieval Europe, 2007

Research Interests

History of Christianity; medieval intellectual and cultural history; observant reform; Hugh of St. Victor; manuscript studies.

Dissertation

From Twelfth-Century Renaissance to Fifteenth-Century Reform: The Reception of Hugh of St. Victor in the Later Middle Ages


Susannah Engstrom

US 1900–Present, 2006

Dissertation

The Potentials of Performance: Professionalism and Cultural Democracy in the Twin Cities, 1930–1969


Elizabeth Fagan

Ancient, 2004

Elizabeth Fagan is a joint-degree candidate in the Department of History and the Department of Anthropology.

Research Interests

Historiography; archaeology; numismatics; epigraphy, commemoration and memory, landscape archaeology

Dissertation

Inscribed on the Landscape: Strategies in Legitimation and the Constitution of Authority in the Armenian Highland, ca. 300 BC–300 AD

Personal Website


Christopher Fletcher

Medieval Europe, 2008

Research Interests

Development and Practice of Medieval Religious Thought; Letters and Letter-Writing in Pre-Modern Europe; Communication and Intellectual Networks in Middle Ages and Early Modern Period; Social, Political, and Cultural History of Medieval Europe;  Relations of Church and State in Medieval Europe 

Dissertation

"Understand, Delight, and Obey:" Religious Thought and the Letter Form, c. 1050-c. 1200


Theodore Francis II

Caribbean and Atlantic World, 2005

Dissertation

Fantasy Island: Race, Colonial Politics, and the Desegregation of Tourism in the British Colony of Bermuda, 1880–1961


Emily Lord Fransee

Modern Europe, 2007

Research interests

The Francophone world; empire and colonialism; race and racism; decolonization; rights and citizenship; gender.

Dissertation

Without Distinction: Women's Suffrage in the French Empire


Elizabeth Fretwell

Africa, 2010

Research Interests

Twentieth-century Francophone West Africa; Benin; work and artisan production; gender; urban history; visual and material culture; colonialism and cmpire

Dissertation

Urban Artisan Production and Clothing in Benin, 1940–1989


Pauline Fu

East Asia-China, 2013

Research Interests

Social and cultural history and theory; gender history and feminist theory, colonialism and postcolonial theory, material culture and everyday life; historiography; critical theory, critical pedagogies of locality and globality


Kyle Gardner

International, 2010

Research Interests

British Empire in South Asia; nineteenth- and twentieth-century South Asia; the Western Himalaya; Tibet; Scotland; frontiers, borders, and boundaries; colonialism; technology; environmental history; legal history; the colonial origins of international law

Dissertation

The Frontier Complex: Technology, Environment, and Law in the Northwestern Himalaya


Korey Garibaldi

US 1900–Present, 2009

Dissertation

Knock on Any Door: The Rise and Fall of Integration in American Culture, 1945–1968


Janette Gayle

Caribbean and Atlantic World, 2004

Dissertation

"To Better Ourselves": British West Indian Immigrant Women as Transnational Industrial Workers in the New York Garment Industry, 1900–1940


Erin Glade

Middle East/Islam, 2005

Dissertation

"We Are Not Enemies of Culture": Literature, Modernization, and the Expansion of American Soft Power in Nasser's Egypt, 1952–1967


Leah Goldman

Russia, 2007

Dissertation

Art of Intransigence: Soviet Composers Fight Against Censorship, 1945–1964


Richard Grainer

Modern Europe, 2003

Dissertation

The Prague Revolution of 1918 and the Meaning of Freedom: A Nonnational History of Nation-State Formation


Carmine Grimaldi

History of Science, 2010

Dissertation

The Circuitry of Sight: On the Rise of Video in the Late Twentieth Century


Barry Haneberg

Modern Europe, 2004

Dissertation

Redefining Family: Independent Migrant Women and Social Reform in Berlin and London, 1865–1939


Phillip Henry

Modern Europe, 2009

Dissertation

Psychoanalytic Pedagogy in Interwar Vienna, 1918–1928


Ingu Hwang

East Asia-Korea, 2006

Dissertation

Politics of Human Rights under the National Security State: Democratization and Korean-American Relations from 1968 to 1980


Kristy Ironside

Russia, 2008

Research Interests

Social history, economic history, money, living standards, consumption, economic crime

Dissertation

The Value of a Ruble: A Social History of Money in Postwar Soviet Russia, 1945–1964


Jaewoong Jeon

East Asia-Korea, 2011

Research Interests

Modern Korean history; US international history; imperialism and colonialism; social theory


Elisa Jones

Early Modern Europe, 2008

Dissertation

Exile and Belonging: The Boundaries of Being French, 1562–1629


Sarah Jones Weicksel

US pre-1900, 2008

Dissertation

The Fabric of War: Clothing, Culture and Violence in the American Civil War Era

Publications:

  • “To Look Like Men of War: Visual Transformation Narratives of African American Union Soldiers," in Clio: Femmes, Genre, Histoire 40 (Making Gender With Things), (Forthcoming Fall 2014).
  • "Of Armor and Honor: Technology, Manhood and the Politics of Mortality," in Astride Two Ages: Technology and the American Civil War, ed. Barton Hacker (Smithsonian Institution Press, Forthcoming)

https://chicago.academia.edu/SarahWeicksel/


Patrick William Kelly

International, 2008

Research Interests

Twentieth-century international history; the United States in the world; transnationalism in the Americas; transnational social movements; the global Cold War; and the global histories of human rights and humanitarianism

Dissertation

The Sovereignty Revolution: Transnational Human Rights Activism in the Americas in the Long 1970s

CV


Stacie Kent

International, 2005

Research Interests

History of capitalism, British Empire, modern China, political economy, international law

Dissertation

Sovereignty, Law, and Capital: Governance in Treaty Port China


Seongun Kim

East Asia-Japan, 2007

Dissertation

Ethical Entertainment: Japan's Postwar Entertainment Broadcasting and the Discourse of Media Responsibility


Taeju Kim

International, 2006

Dissertation

The Politics of Apology: Power, Memory, and Transformation in East Asia


Michael Kozakowski

International, 2007

Dissertation

From the Mediterranean to Europe: Migrants, the World of Work, and the Transformation of the French Mediterranean, 1945–1974


Jared Kreiner

Ancient, 2012

Research Interests

Late Republic and early Imperial Roman history; Roman Germany; ancient warfare; ancient architecture


Jeong-Ha Lee

Russia, 2002

Dissertation

The Red Cavalrymen and the "Group Politics" in the Interwar Red Army


Minyong Lee

US pre-1900, 2010

Dissertation

The California Gold Rush and Cross-Oceanic Circulation of Race and Empire, 1848–1898


Nathan Leidholm

Byzantine, 2008

Research Interests

Identity and ethnicity in the Byzantine Empire; late Antiquity; medieval Europe; kinship and the family; comparative Aristocracies

Dissertation

Political Families in Byzantium: The Social and Cultural Significance of the Byzantine Genos as Kin Group, ca. 900–1150


Tyson Leuchter

Modern Europe, 2006

Dissertation

"Law and Property Were Born Together and Shall Die Together": Property, Law, and State in France, 1804–1848


Sarah Levine-Gronningsater

US pre-1900, 2008

Dissertation

Delivering Freedom: Gradual Emancipation, Black Legal Culture, and the Origins of Sectional Crisis in New York, 1759–1870


Aiala Levy

Latin America, 2008

Research Interests

Urban history; cultural practices, spaces, and policies at the turn of the twentieth century; Brazil; Latin American cities; digital history

Dissertation

The Theaters of São Paulo: Construction and Management of an Urban Culture, 1854–1930


Elizabeth Lhost

South Asia, 2010

Elizabeth Lhost is a joint-degree candidate in the Department of South Asian Languages and Civilizations and the Department of History.

Dissertation

Between Community and Qanun: Documenting Islamic Legal Practice in Nineteenth-Century South Asia


Gregory Malandrucco

Modern Europe, 2004

Research Interests

Twentieth-century Italian nation-state; fascist internationalism; policing and regimes of surveillance; globalization and the racial state; critical theory.

Dissertation

The Esposizione Universale di Roma and the Cultural Logic of Late Fascism

Gregory Malandrucco

Liam Mannix

Modern Europe, 2007

Research Interests

Early modern France, the British Empire, the economic role of religion, and rural, environmental and business history

Dissertation

The First Estate and Le Bien Public: Agriculture, the Religious Orders, and the Enlightenment in France, 1700–1789


Emily Marker

Modern Europe, 2007

Research Interests

Race and religion in imperial and postcolonial Europe and Francophone West and Central Africa, diversity and multiculturalism in contemporary European societies, capitalism and culture, transnational history, social theory

Dissertation

Between Africa and Europe: Youth, Education, and Multiculturalism in France in the Era of Decolonization and the Construction of Europe, 1940–1968.

CV


Larisa Masri

Ancient, 2004

Dissertation

The Rituals of Empire: Religion and Diplomacy in Repulican Rome


John McCallum

US pre-1900, 2006

Dissertation

Democratic Violence and the Moral Legacies of the "Good War": United States Political Culture in an Age of Global Conflict, 1937–1950


Monica L. Mercado

US pre-1900, 2004

Research Interests

Women, gender, and sexuality; religion and American culture; US Catholicism; public history

Dissertation

Womanhood and the Word: Gender, Print, and Catholic Identity in Nineteenth-Century America

CV


Covell Meyskens

International, 2006

Research Interests

Global industrialization, modern China, national security, the political economy of East Asia, revolution, memory, urban history, political culture, philosophy, everyday life

Dissertation

Making Mao's Military Industrial Complex: The Cold War, Development, and Urban Social Life in China's Third Front, 1964–1980

 


Kirsty Montgomery

Britain, 2009

Dissertation

Pessimism, Pragmatism, and Population in an Age of Crisis: Britain and the Edinburgh Reviewers, 1802–1846


Celeste Day Moore

US 1900–Present, 2006

Research Interests

African American history; African diasporic studies; transnational history; popular culture; technology; sound studies; global American studies

Dissertation

Race in Translation: Producing, Performing, and Selling African American Music in Postwar France, 1944–1974


Katherina (Katya) Motyl

Modern Europe, 2010

Research Interests:

Habsburg Empire; Vienna; popular culture; urban space; history of gender and sexuality; history of feminisms; feminist and queer theory; history of the body and the senses; embodiment

Dissertation:

Bodies that Shimmer: Women, Embodiment, and the Sexual Wende in Vienna, 1893-1930


Guy Emerson Mount

US pre-1900, 2011

Research Interests

Nineteenth-century United States and African American history; multiracial   identities and transracial experiences; Atlantic diaspora, slavery, emancipation, race, religion, gender, sexuality, modernity; the Gilded Age, capitalism, Jim Crow, the Progressive Era, and segregation; visual and sensory culture, nonhuman agency, ambiguity

CV


Tessa Murphy

Caribbean and Atlantic World , 2008

Research interests

Atlantic world; colonial Americas; colonialism and empire; comparative slavery; race

Dissertation

Imperial Imaginaries, Negotiated Realities: The Lesser Antiilles ca. 1730–1785


Alldost Neuman

Middle East/Islam, 2003

Dissertation

Establishing a Historical Canon: Ibn Kemal and the Origins of Ottoman History Writing in the Reign of Bayezid II (r. 1481–1512)

 


Daniel Oh

East Asia-Korea, 2008

Dissertation

The US-Korean Military Alliance: Impacts on South Korean Political Development and US-Korean Relations from 1951–1963


Sarah Panzer

Modern Europe, 2005

Research Interests

Modern German, modern Japanese, and transnational history; visual and popular culture; sports and physical culture; concepts of masculinity; violence.

Dissertation

The Prussians of the East: Samurai, Bushido, and Japanese Honor in the German Imagination, 1905–1945


Kai Parker

US 1900–Present, 2009

Dissertation

City of My Soul: Messianism and Black Chicago's Freedom Struggle


Cameron Penwell

East Asia-Japan, 2007

Dissertation

Socially Engaged Religion in Modern Japan, 1889–1940


José Juan Pérez Meléndez

Caribbean and Atlantic World and Latin America, 2010

Research Interests

Brazil; Atlantic history; nineteenth-century world history; labor and migration; landed property; joint-stock companies; postindependence political development

Dissertation

Colonization and the Making of Imperial Brazil, 1817–1872

 

Dwight Phillips

International, 2005

Dissertation

Professionalizing the US Army's Non-Commissioned Officer Corps and its impact on the American "Way of War," 1970–1991


Leonidas Pittos

Byzantine, 2003

Dissertation

Sacredly Narrating, Sacredly Praising: Theology, Encomium, Tradition, and Intellectual History in Late Byzantium


Rachel Ponce

US pre-1900, 2005

Rachel Ponce is a joint-degree candidate in the Committee on the Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science and Department of History.

Dissertation

Homicidal Monomania: Insanity, Criminal Responsibility, and Medicine in America, 1835–1882


Paul Reale

International, 2003

Dissertation

Creating a "British Country": Education and Empire in Upper Canada, 1791–1871


Emily Remus

US pre-1900, 2006

Research Interests

American social and cultural history; women and gender; capitalism; consumer society; urban history; space and the built environment

Dissertation

Consumers' Metropolis: Gender, Class, and Space in Chicago, 1871–1914


Eleanor Rivera

Modern Europe, 2006

Research Interests

Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe, in particular France and the Francophone world; childhood; religion; history of education; material culture; gender

Dissertation

Crucifixes and Chalkboards: Republicans, Catholics and Primary Schooling in France, 1880-1914


Romina Robles Ruvalcaba

Latin America, 2006

Research Interests

Rural society and social transformation; private property, land tenure, and agrarianism; agriculture and rural modernization; boss politics; regional history and microhistory; oral history; immigration

Dissertation

Con echarles maiz se apean: The Commodification of Corn and the Socioeconomic Transformation of the Caxcana, 1940–1970


Emily Romeo

US pre-1900, 2008

Research Interests

Colonial America; women's history; gender studies; violence and warfare; crime and punishment; puritanism

Dissertation

A Continuum of Violence: Women's Lives in War and Peace in Colonial New England


Adam Rowe

US pre-1900, 2011

Dissertation

The Transformation of American Republicanism, 1858–1877


Basil Salem

Middle East/Islam, 2010

Dissertation

The Culture of the "Notables" in Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Syria: An Analysis of Muḥammad Khalīl al-Murādī’s Silk al-durar fī a‘yān al-qarn al-thānī ‘ashar (The String of pearls among the notables of the AH twelfth century)


Diana Schwartz

Latin America, 2008

Research Interests

Modern Mexico, social and political history of Latin America, indigenous politics and policy in the Americas, history of the social sciences, regional planning and development, water and natural resource management

Dissertation

Transforming the Tropics: Development, Displacement, and Anthropology in the Papaloapan, Mexico, 1940s–1970s


Laura (Lisa) Scott

Medieval and Early Modern Europe, 2010

Research Interests

Medieval Europe, early modern Europe, central Europe, Bohemia, Renaissance, Reformation, nobility, estates formation, late medieval movements, Habsburg monarchy

Dissertation

Assembly, Dissent, and Political Cohesion: The Bohemian Regional Assembly in the Fifteenth Century


Guo Quan Seng

East Asia-China, 2007

Dissertation

Colonial Law and Overseas Chinese Family Reforms in the Netherlands East Indies and British Malaya, 1870–1942


Caroline Sequin

Modern Europe, 2012

Research Interests

The Francophone World; nineteenth- and twentieth-century Atlantic World; empire and colonialism; race and racism; gender and sexuality; cultural history.

CV


Andrey Shlyakhter

Russia, 2002

Dissertation

Smuggling Across the Soviet Borders: Contraband Trade and the Soviet Struggle against It, 1918–1933


Hasan Siddiqui

South Asia, 2008

Dissertation

History, Community, and Authority in Late Mughal India


Jake Smith

Modern Europe, 2006

Dissertation

Häuserkämpfe: Squatting, Urban Renewal, and the Crisis of Dwelling in West Germany, 1970–1995


Lauren Stokes

Modern Europe, 2010

Research Interests

Modern Germany; race and migration in Europe; European integration; history of sexuality

Dissertation

Locating the Migrant Family: Foreign Workers, Kinship Networks, and the West German State, 1955–1995

CV
 


Jaclyn Sumner

Latin America, 2007

Research Interests

Mexico; Politics and Authoritarianism; Ethnicity; Citizenship and Rights; Economic Modernization

Dissertation

National Autocracy, Regional Governance: Tlaxcala, Mexico, 1885–1909

C.V.


Limin Teh

East Asia-China, 2005

Dissertation

Mining for Difference: Race, Chinese Labor, and Japanese Management in the Colonial Fushun Coal Mine, 1907–1945


Saul Thomas

EA-China, 2003

Saul Thomas is a joint-degree candidate in the Department of History and the Department of Anthropology.

Dissertation

Culture, "Nation," and Reform Era Historiography in China


Jeremy Thompson

Medieval Europe, 2008

Dissertation

The Role of Lupus of Ferriéres in the Ninth-Century Predestination Controversy


Jennifer Timmons

Medieval Europe, 2010

Dissertation

Venenum Bibit: The Theological Vocabulary of Poison in the Middle Ages


Anthony Todd

US pre-1900, 2004

Dissertation

"An Ethical Bohemia": Institutions, Social Networks, and the Origins of the Progressive Class in Chicago, 1871–1910


Christopher Todd

Caribbean and Atlantic World, 2005

Dissertation

The Slave's Money: Bondage, Freedom and Social Change in Jamaica, 1776–1865


Aniko Varga

East Asia-Korea, 2005

Dissertation

Nation, State, and Their Traitors: Collaboration Discourse in Postliberation North and South Korea, 1945–1950


Joshua Vera

Ancient, 2011

Research Interests

Social and political history in the late Roman Republic and early Empire, cultural impacts of the "rise of Christianity" on the Roman Imperial world, reuse of Classical religious sites in late antiquity, depictions of Roman social and political developments in early Christian writings, ancient historiography


William Walsh

Middle East/Islam, 2009

Dissertation

The History of Sultan Bayezid & Sultan Selim by Matrakçı Nasuh: A Chronicle in the Shadows


Daniel Webb

US pre-1900, 2008

Dissertation

Southern Athapascans and Western Science: Mapping an Ethnological History of the US-Mexico Borderlands, 1767–1887


Lael Weinberger

US 1900–Present, 2013

Research Interests

Legal history; the United States in the world; international law; human rights; law and religion


Jake Werner

East Asia-China, 2006

Research Interests

Modern China; the global 1950s; urban history; labor history; mass
culture; political economy; critical theory

Dissertation

The Making of Mass Society in Shanghai: The Socialist Transformation of Everyday Life, 1949–1958


Sheila Wille

Britain, 2007

Research Interests

History of entomology; environmental and agricultural history; material culture; intersections of politics, science, and religion

Dissertation

The Government of the Insect Empire in Britain and the Colonies, 1691–1816


Noriko Yamaguchi

East Asia-Japan, 2006

Dissertation

Reforming Our Life: Postwar Rural Community (Re)building in Japan, 1948–1981


Andrew Yamazaki

East Asia-Japan and History of Science, 2010

Research Interests

History of science, history and philosophy of nature, Edo period Japan


Hamza Yilmaz

Modern Europe, 2005

Dissertation

A Contemporary History of Work and Production:The Transformation of the German Automobile Industry, 1970–2000


Ryan Yokota

East Asia-Japan, 2005

Research Interests

Modern Okinawan (Ryukyuan) history; modern Japanese history; imperialism and colonialism; decolonization; theories of nationalism; autonomy and sovereignty; secession movements; indigenousness; race and ethnicity; ethnic studies in the United States; Asian and Pacific Islanders; Asian Latinos and Asians in Latin America

Dissertation

Okinawan Nationalisms: Independence and Autonomy, Diaspora and Indigenousness

CV


Hai Zhao

International, 2002

Research Interests

East Asian–US relations

Dissertation

The Manchuria Mirage: Geopolitics, Developmental State, and Industrialization in Manchuria, 1929–1960