|Ph.D. Harvard University 1993|
|M.A. University of Chicago 1989|
|B.A. Harvard University 1988|
Until Proven Innocent: Political Correctness and the Shameful Injustices of the Duke Lacrosse Rape Case, with Stuart Taylor, Jr., Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's, 2007.
Congress and the Cold War, Cambridge University Press, 2005.
co-editor (with Kent Germany), The Presidential Recordings: Lyndon B. Johnson, vol. 3, W.W. Norton, 2005.
co-editor (with David Shreve), The Presidential Recordings: Lyndon B. Johnson, vol. 2, W.W. Norton, 2005.
20 January 1961: The American Dream, DTV Publishers, 1999. (click DTV and then Katalog)
Ernest Gruening and the American Dissenting Tradition, Harvard University Press, 1998.
The Peace Progressives and American Foreign Relations, Harvard University Press, 1995.
Editor, On Cultural Ground: Essays in International History, Imprint Publications, 1994.
The Lyndon Baines Johnson Tapes, volumes 4 and 5, co-editor, forthcoming, W.W. Norton, 2007.
Running from Ahead: Lyndon Johnson and the 1964 Election, submitted, Cambridge University Press.
"Managing the Fall of a Friendly Dictator: The US and Anastasio Somoza's Nicaragua," in Ernest R. May and Philip Zelikow, eds., Dealing with Dictators: Dilemmas of US Diplomacy and Intelligence Analysis, 1945-1990, MIT Press, 2006.
"Politics, Policy, and Presidential Power: Lyndon Johnson and the 1964 Farm Bill," in Mitch Lerner, ed., Looking Back at LBJ: White House Politics in a New Light, University Press of Kansas, 2005.
"The Unexpected Consequences of Congressional Activism: The Clark and Tunney Amendments and U.S. Policy toward Angola," Diplomatic History 27 (2003): 215-243.
"The Progressive Dissent: Ernest Gruening and Vietnam," in Randall Bennett Woods, ed, Vietnam and the American Political Tradition: The Politics of Dissent, Cambridge University Press, 2003, pp. 36-62.
"Congressional Power," in Deconde, Burns, and Logevall, eds., Encyclopedia of American Foreign Policy, 2d ed., Charles Scribner's Sons, 2002, pp. 293-313.
"The Politicization of Cultural Diplomacy," in Frank Ninkovich and Liping Bu, eds., The Cultural Turn, Imprint Publications, 2002, pp. 88-110.
"The State Department," Oxford Companion to American History, Oxford University Press, 2001.
"Congress and the Cold War," Journal of Cold War Studies 3 (2001): 77-101.
"Constitutionalism at Home and Abroad: The United States Senate and the Alliance for Progress, 1961-1967," International History Review 21 (1999): 414-442.
"Congress Confronts the Cold War: The Senate Government Operations Committee and American Foreign Relations, 1953-1969," Political Science Quarterly 113 (1998): 645-671.
"Anti-Imperialism and the Good Neighbour Policy," Journal of Latin American Studies 29 (1997): 89-110.
"The Origins of Dissent: Senate Liberals and Southeast Asia, 1959-1964," Pacific Historical Review 65 (1996): 249-275.
"The Lessons of Vietnam," Journal of American-East Asian Relations 4 (1995): 291-298.
"Article XI in the Debate on the United States Rejection of the League of Nations," International History Review 15 (August 1993): 502-524.
"Ernest Gruening and the Tonkin Gulf Resolution: Continuities in American Dissent," Journal of American-East Asian Relations 2 (Summer 1993): 111-135.
"The Transformation of Pan-Americanism," in On Cultural Ground, pp. 173-196.
"Intellectual Diversity and the Historical Profession," Historically Speaking (forthcoming).
"The Perils of Transnational History," Historically Speaking (forthcoming).
Professor, Brooklyn College and The Graduate Center of The City University of New York, unanimous vote of CUNY Board of Trustees, 2/24/2003-present. From 1999 through 2/24/2003 I was an associate professor at Brooklyn College and (from 9/2001) at the CUNY Graduate Center.
In spring 2005, I was visiting professor at Harvard University. I also have been an assistant professor at Williams College (1995-1999) and Arizona State University (1994-1995) and a lecturer (1993-1994) at Harvard.
Brooklyn College (undergraduate)
US since 1865
Arizona State University
Harvard University (1993-1994)