C.V.

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EDUCATION

2012+++++++++++ PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison
+++++++++++++++ Department of History
2005+++++++++++ MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison
+++++++++++++++ Department of History
2002+++++++++++ BA., Wesleyan University
+++++++++++++++ Department of History

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2015 – present+++ Assistant Professor
+++++++++++++++ Department of History, Dartmouth College
2012 – 2015+++++ Visiting Assistant Professor
+++++++++++++++ Department of History, Dartmouth College
2011 – 2012+++++ Research Fellow
+++++++++++++++ Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College
2011+++++++++++ Lecturer
+++++++++++++++ Department of History, Dartmouth College

PUBLICATIONS
Book Manuscript in Preparation

Cold War Democracy: The United States and Japan, 1945 – 1963 [Under review with Harvard University Press]

Articles (Peer Reviewed)

2014+++++++++++ “Fractured Alliance: Anti-Base Protests and Postwar U.S.-Japanese Relations.” Diplomatic History 38:5 (November 2014): 953 +++++++++++++++ – 986 [doi: 10.1093/dh/dht122].
2011+++++++++++ “The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Negotiating the Cold War State in U.S.-Japanese Relations,” Journal of Contemporary History +++++++++++++++ 46:1 (January 2011): 82 – 108.

Book Chapters (Peer Reviewed)

2015+++++++++++ “Narrating Democracy: The Potsdam Declaration and Japanese Rearmament, 1945 – 1950” in Hal Brands and Jeremi Suri eds., +++++++++++++++ The Power of the Past. (Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2015)

Books

2010+++++++++++ Wisconsin Vietnam War Stories: Our Veterans Remember. Madison: Wisconsin Historical Society Press, 2010 [with Sarah
+++++++++++++++ Larsen].
2008+++++++++++ Wisconsin Korean War Stories: Wisconsin Veterans Tell Their Stories from the Forgotten War. Madison: Wisconsin Historical +++++++++++++++ Society Press, 2008 [with Sarah Larsen].

Book Reviews

2015+++++++++++ Review of Sidney Pash, The Currents of War: A New History of U.S.-Japanese Relations, 1899 – 1945. Journal of American-East +++++++++++++++ Asian Relations 22:4 (2015): 369 – 372.
2007+++++++++++ Review of Masamichi S. Inoue, Okinawa and the U.S. Military: Identity Making in the Age of Globalization.  H-U.S.-Japan
+++++++++++++++ (http://www.h-net.org/~usjp/.
2006+++++++++++ Review of David Reynolds, From World War to Cold War: Churchill, Roosevelt, and the International History of the 1940s+++++++++++++++ Institute for Historical Research, Reviews in History, http://www.history.ac.ik /reviews.

HONORS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

2015+++++++++++ Walter and Constance Burke Research Award for Junior Faculty, Dartmouth College
2013+++++++++++ William Appleman Williams Junior Faculty Research Grant, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
2011 – 2012+++++ Research Grant, Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College
2009 – 2010+++++ Fulbright IIE Doctoral Research Fellowship, Japan
2009 – 2010+++++ Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Grant [Declined]
2009 – 2010+++++ Japan Foundation Doctoral Fellowship [Declined]
2009+++++++++++ Samuel Flagg Bemis Grant, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
2008 – 2009+++++ Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS) for Japanese University of Wisconsin-Madison
2008+++++++++++ William Appleman Williams History Department Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2008+++++++++++ Bernath Dissertation Grant, Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
2008+++++++++++ Truman Library Research Grant, Harry S. Truman Presidential Library
2008+++++++++++ Eisenhower Library Research Grant, Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library
2008+++++++++++ Vilas Travel Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison Graduate School
2008+++++++++++ History Department Travel Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, History Department
2007+++++++++++ Summer FLAS Fellowship for Japanese, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2006 – 2007+++++ FLAS Fellowship for Japanese, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2006+++++++++++ Summer FLAS Fellowship for Japanese, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2005+++++++++++ History Department Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2003 – 2004+++++ University Fellowship, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2002+++++++++++ Phi Beta Kappa, Wesleyan University

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
Invited Talks

2015+++++++++++ “The U.S.-Japanese Alliance and New Histories of the Cold War,” The National Institute of Defense Studies (July 2015), Tokyo, +++++++++++++++ Japan
2015+++++++++++ “The San Francisco Peace Treaty and the Remaking of Postwar Asia,” The National Institute of Defense Studies (July 2015), +++++++++++++++ Tokyo, Japan
2015+++++++++++ “The National Police Reserve, Democracy, and Military Power in the Early Cold War,” The National Institute of Defense +++++++++++++++ Studies (July 2015), Tokyo, Japan
2014+++++++++++ “Securing Democracy: the Creation of Japan’s Postwar Military,” PGSS Seminar on Global Society and Security (March 2014), +++++++++++++++ Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2013+++++++++++ “America’s Role in the Making of Japan’s Economic Miracle,” Weatherhead Center on U.S.-Japan Relations (October 2013), +++++++++++++++ Harvard University, Cambridge, MA [with Yusaku Horiuchi and Michael Beckley]
2013+++++++++++ “From Architects of Empire to Protectors of Peace: U.S. Power, Japanese Democracy, and the Transformation of the Japanese +++++++++++++++ Military,” The Uses of History in Foreign Policy (May 2013), Duke University, Durham, NC

Panels Organized

2015+++++++++++ “Conservative Democratization and the Cold War,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting +++++++++++++++ (June 2015), Crystal City, VA
2012+++++++++++ “Rethinking the Cold War in Japan,” Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting (June 2012), +++++++++++++++ University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

Papers Presented

2016 +++++++++++“Democracy as a State of Mind: U.S.-Japanese Relations from Postwar to Cold War,” Waging Peace: Studying the Challenges of +++++++++++++++ Postwar Peace (September 2016), New Orleans, LA
2016+++++++++++ “Democracy as a State of Mind: U.S.-Japanese Relations from Postwar to Cold War,” Society for Historians of American +++++++++++++++ Foreign Relations Annual Meeting (June 2016), San Diego, CA
2016+++++++++++ “Military Power and Cold War Democracy: The United States, Japan, and the Creation of the National Police Reserve in the +++++++++++++++ Early 1950s,” Society for Military History Annual Meeting (April 2016), Ottawa, Canada
2015+++++++++++ “Military Bases and Democratic Visions in U.S.-Japanese Relations,” U.S. Bases and the Construction of Hegemony (October +++++++++++++++ 2015), Temple University, Philadelphia, PA.
2015+++++++++++ “Democratizing the Military or Militarizing Democracy? Rebuilding the Postwar Japanese Military.” Society for Historians of +++++++++++++++ American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting (June 2015), Crystal City, VA.
2013+++++++++++ “Nuclear Fears, Everyday Life: The Lucky Dragon Incident and Japanese Anti-Nuclear Activism,” Pacific Coast Branch of the
+++++++++++++++ American Historical Association Annual Meeting (August 2013), Denver, CO
2013+++++++++++ “Globalizing the Local: the Sunagawa Anti-Base Protests, 1955 – 1957,” Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting
+++++++++++++++ (April 2013), San Francisco, CA
2012+++++++++++ “The San Francisco Peace Treaty: Transforming U.S.-Japanese Relations from Postwar to Cold War,” Society for Historians of +++++++++++++++ American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting (June 2012), University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
2011+++++++++++ “The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Japanese Membership in the Mutual Security Program, 1951 – 1954,” International Relations/ +++++++++++++++ Foreign Policy Faculty Working Group (November 2011), Dartmouth College
2011+++++++++++ “The San Francisco Peace Treaty: Defining the Cold War in Asia,” Nanzan University American Studies Summer Seminar
+++++++++++++++ (July 2011), Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan
2011+++++++++++ “Conflict at Sunagawa: Public Protest, Alliance Relations and the Mediation of U.S. Power in Japan,” Society for Historians of +++++++++++++++ American Foreign Relations Annual Meeting (June 2011), Falls Church, VA
2010+++++++++++ “The Struggle to Rearm Japan: Negotiating the Cold War State in 1950s U.S.-Japanese Relations,” Triangle Center for +++++++++++++++ International Security Studies New Faces Conference (October 2010), Duke University, Durham, NC
2008+++++++++++ “A ‘Strange’ but Cordial Land”? U.S. Military Bases, Social Change, and the U.S.-Japan Alliance in the 1950s,” Crisis and +++++++++++++++ Continuity in Globalized Political History (February 2008), University of Chicago, Chicago, IL
2007+++++++++++ “‘We are not in Japan as Conquerors’: American Military Bases, Japanese Sovereignty, and the American-Japanese Alliance in +++++++++++++++ the 1950s,” Rights and Sovereignties in Global History (March 2007), Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
2006+++++++++++ “‘We are not in Japan as Conquerors’: American Military Bases, Japanese Sovereignty, and the American-Japanese Alliance in +++++++++++++++ the 1950s,” Border Crossings: New Work in the International History of the 20th Century (June 2006), Temple University, +++++++++++++++ Philadelphia, PA

Workshops

2012+++++++++++ The Tobin Project: Sustainable National Security Strategy (December 2012), Boston, MA
2009+++++++++++ Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Summer Institute: Cold War Turning Points (June 2009), University of
+++++++++++++++ Wisconsin-Madison
2004+++++++++++ Summer Institute on Conducting Archival Research (June 2004), George Washington University, Washington DC

TEACHING
Courses Taught at Dartmouth College

Turning Points in American History (Winter 2016, Winter 2017)
World War II in the Pacific, 1931 – 1945 (Fall 2015)
U.S. and the World, 1945 to Present (Spring 2015, Spring 2016)
The Cold War and American Life (Winter 2013, Fall 2013, Winter 2017)
U.S. and the World, 1865 – 1945 (Fall 2012, Fall 2013, Fall 2014)
U.S. Foreign Relations since 1900 (Spring 2011)

Courses Taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

U.S. Foreign Relations before the Twentieth Century (Fall 2005)

Teaching Assistantships

U.S. Foreign Relations in the Twentieth Century (Spring 2007)
The United States, 1914 – 1945 (Spring 2006)
U.S. Foreign Relations before the Twentieth Century (Fall 2004)

SERVICE
To the Profession

2015+++++++++++ Referee for Diplomatic History, Japanese Studies, Cold War History
2015+++++++++++ Program Committee, Annual Meeting of the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

At Dartmouth College

2015 – 2016+++++ Director, Dartmouth Vietnam Project
2015 – 2016+++++ Undergraduate Research Committee, Dartmouth History Department
2014+++++++++++ Assistant Director, Dartmouth Vietnam Project

Theses Directed

2015 – 2016 +++++Carson Hele, “The Family-Friendly Occupation: Dependent Policy and American Power in Postwar Japan,” Senior Thesis, +++++++++++++++ Dartmouth College Department of History

LANGUAGE TRAINING

2008 – 2009+++++ Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Study, Yokohama, Japan
+++++++++++++++ 10-Month Intensive Japanese Language Program
2007+++++++++++ Inter-University Center for Japanese Language Study, Yokohama, Japan
+++++++++++++++ 6 Week Summer Japanese Language Program

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Japanese: advanced reading, writing, and speaking ability
French: reading knowledge, conversational speaking ability
German: reading knowledge

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
American Historical Association
Organization of American Historians
Association for Asian Studies

Updated December 2016

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