Interim Director: Andrew M. Johnston (History)
(Contact: or 613-520-2600, x4154)
Andrew is Associate Professor of History and a former director of the Centre for American Studies at Western University. He received his MPhil. and Ph.D. from Cambridge University in international history, his MA in United States history from Yale, and his BA in modern history from the University of Toronto. His past research focused on transatlantic relations during the Cold War, and the cultural and representational dimensions of strategic doctrine and theory. He is currently focusing on a variety of projects circling around the history of internationalism(s) in the late 19th and early 20th century, including the transnational feminist peace movement during the Great War, the sociological theory of Emily Greene Balch, the influence of Pragmatism on critics of American imperialism, and the relationship between power and ideologies of the “human” in both concepts of rights and intervention.

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