Mark Stoler, SHAFR past president, professor emeritus of history at the University of Vermont, and editor of The Papers of George Catlett Marshall will be delivering The Annual George C. Marshall Lecture in Military History, sponsored by the George C. Marshall Foundation and the Society for Military History on
2015 SHAFR SUMMER INSTITUTE COLUMBUS, OH
“THE ‘TOCQUEVILLE OSCILLATION’: THE INTERSECTION OF DOMESTIC POLITICS AND FOREIGN POLICY”
Petra Goedde is associate professor of history and associate director of the Center for Humanities at Temple University. She completed her PhD at Northwestern University in 1995. Her research interests are in U.S. foreign relations, transnational, culture, and gender history.
Paul A. Kramer is an Associate Professor of History at Vanderbilt University and author of The Blood of Government: Race, Empire, the United States and the Philippines (UNC Press, 2006), as well as numerous articles, including “Power and Connection: Imperial Histories of the United States in the World,” in the American Historical Review. His scholarship has been awarded SHAFR’s 2007 Bernath Book Prize, its 2002 Bernath Article Prize, and the Bernath Lecture Prize for 2008, and the Organization of American Historians’ 2007 James A.
Amanda Boczar is a Dissertation Year Fellow at the University of Kentucky. She specializes in the intersections of U.S. in the World with war, culture, gender, sexuality, and memory. Her dissertation examines how Amercan GI sexual encounters with civilian women during the Vietnam War challenged the U.S.-South Vietnamese alliance and altered how each side fought and remembered the war.