2018-19 CHABRAJA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
- Alex HOBSON (School of the Art Institute of Chicago)—2017 dissertation: “Chains of Vengeance: The United States and Anti-Imperialism in the Middle East, 1967-2001”
- Alexandra THOMAS (NU)—2018 dissertation: “Reasons of State and the Politics of Botero, Campanella, and Sarpi in the Waning of the Renaissance”
Both will teach classes in the History Department.
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- Beth HEALEY (NU)—2017 dissertation: “Nazi Crimes, British Justice: The Royal Warrant War Crimes Trials in British-Occupied Germany, 1945-1949.”
Beth will be working and conducting research at UnSilence in Chicago: http://www.unsilence.org/
2017-18 CHABRAJA POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS
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."
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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."