Markos Carelos (PhD)
“Greek Political thought and the Treaty of Lausanne. 1914-1923.”
Peter Hooker (PhD)
From Ship to Cell: American Mariners, Captivity, and the Contestations of Culture and Identity in the Era of 1812
Sarah Kabanoff (PhD)
Creative Survival: What We Can Learn from Women Who Have Lived with Violence and How We Can Better Listen.
Ashleigh McIntyre (PhD)
What are You Afraid of? Pretraumatic American Literature in the Anthropocene.
Thomas Schmutz (PhD)
Violence, Intervention and Reform: Armenians, Jews and Asians Christians in Western Diplomacy, 1895-1917
Caroline Schneider (PhD)
State Conducted Forcible Child Transfer: A Study of a Global Phenomenon from 1800 to the Present.
Muhammad Thalal (PhD)
Memory and Violence in Aceh during the Armed Conflict 1976 - 2005.
Women, memory and genocide: practices of remembrance, 1945-present
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