Recent Books by our Faculty
Recent Publications by our Faculty
Afshin Marashi co-edited Rethinking Iranian Nationalism and Modernity with Kamran Scot Aghaie, published by University of Texas Press in July 2014.
Peter Gries published“Red China and the Yellow Peril: Hoe Ideology Divides American over China” in the Journal of East Asian Studies in 2014, 317-346.
Alan McPherson has a journal article coming out in December 2014 with Presidential Studies Quarterly, 44, no. 4 “Herbert Hoover, Occupation Withdrawal, and the Good Neighbor Policy.”
Mark Raymond’s invited op-ed, “Avoiding a Pyrrhic Victory on Internet Governance” appeared in Embassy, the Ottowa-based foreign policy newspaper.
Nizar Hermes had an article in The Comparativist, Vol. 38 (October 2014), “Why You Can/’t Believe the Arabian Historian Cide Hamete Benengeli: Islam and the Arabian Cultural Heritage in Don Quixote.” Nizar also published a book chapter, “The Moor’s First Sight: An Arab Poet in a Ninth-Century Viking Court” in Anne Richards and Iraj Omidvar, Historic Engagements with Occidental Cultures, Religions, Powers (Palgrave, October 2014).
Mitchell Smith’s co-edited book (with Michele Chang and Georg Menz), Redefining European Economic Governance was published by Routledge in September 2014.