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POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

2018-19 CHABRAJA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Both will teach classes in the History Department.

 New CHABRAJA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOW in PUBLIC SERVICE

 Beth will be working and conducting research at UnSilence in Chicago: http://www.unsilence.org/


2017-18 CHABRAJA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS

Postdocs in Reading Room

Kyle Burke

Postdoctoral Fellow

He served as Research Asst. Professor at the Center for the Study of Force and Democracy, Temple University in 2016-17. His dissertation (2016) topic is “A Global Brotherhood of Paramilitaries: American Conservatives, Anticommunist Internationalism, and Covert Warfare in the Cold War”. His first book, Revolutionaries for the Right: Anticommunist Internationalism and Paramilitary Violence in the Cold War, will be published by UNC Press in March 2018. At NU Kyle is teaching a seminar on "The United States in the Global Cold War" and a lecture course on the "History of US Foreign Relations."

Raevin Jimenez

Postdoctoral Fellow

Her dissertation: (2017) topic is “Rites of Reproduction: Gendered and Generational Political Institutions and Ideologies of South African Nguni-speakers, 8th-19th Century CE”. 

This year Raevin is teaching a course on "Women and Gender in African History" and a freshman seminar on "African History: Myths, Lies, Stereotypes."

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