He received his M.A. in History from University of Missouri and his Ph.D. from University of Virginia, and he currently serves as Assistant Professor of History at Washington State University. He has published articles in Journal of the Early Republic, Diplomatic History, and American Review of Canadian Studies, among other places, and his current book project, Citizens of Convenience: Nationhood, Empire, and the Northern Border of the American Republic, 1783-1820 is under contract with University of Virginia Press, to be published as part of the Early American Histories series.
Professor and Associate Director, John Wolff, of the School of the Environment, is giving a Roots of Contemporary Issues-sponsored lecture on Wednesday, Nov 9, 7pm, CUB 220 (Senior Ballroom). The lecture is titled “Volcanoes, Climate, and People: Natural vs. Anthropogenic Causes of Global Change.” This lecture is also in partnership with the WSU Cougar Historical Society.
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