Brooke Blower to speak at APHI Seminar

By in Seminar Series
November 27th, 2017

Join us this Wednesday for Professor Brooke Blower’s presentation, “Hope and Betrayal in the Pacific War: The Making of an American Radio Correspondent in Southeast Asia.”

Brooke Blower is Associate Professor of History at Boston University. Her first book, Becoming Americans in Paris: Transatlantic Politics and Culture between the World Wars (Oxford University Press, 2011) won the Gilbert Chinard Prize from the Society for French Historical Studies and the James P. Hanlan Best Book Award from the New England Historical Association. Blower is currently writing a book about Americans overseas on the eve of and during World War II, which is under contract with Oxford University Press. Articles related to this project have appeared in the American Historical Review and the book she co-edited with Mark P. Bradley, The Familiar Made Strange: American Icons and Artifacts after the Transnational Turn (Cornell University Press, 2015). Her publication “From Isolationism to Neutrality: A New Framework for Understanding American Political Culture, 1919-1941” Diplomatic History (April 2014), won the Stuart L. Bernath Article Prize from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR).