Power, Politics, and the World
Power, Politics, and the World showcases new stories in the fields of the history of U.S. foreign relations, international history, and transnational history. The series is motivated by a desire to pose innovative questions of power and hierarchy to the history of the United States and the world. Books published in the series examine a wide range of actors on local, national, and global scales, exploring how they imagined, enacted, or resisted political, cultural, social, economic, legal, and military authority.
Associate Professor of History, Fordham University
Professor of History, Rutgers University
Associate Professor of History, Cornell University
Staff Editorial Contact:
Robert Lockhart, Senior Editor