Five Military Fellows Welcomed

This year the Security Studies Program is pleased to welcome five military fellows for the academic year. The members of the United States Army, Marine and Air Force services are all adding their expertise to the conversations that take place in our classrooms, seminars and hallways.

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L-R: Karl Schloer, Tom Pecina, John Burpo, Scott Jackson, D.A. Sims

Where we spoke…

Richard Samuels, faculty

Interview, "Japan after Kan: Implications for the DPJ’s Political Future," National Bureau of Asian Research, August 19, 2011.

Erik Lin-Greenberg, alum

"Air Power in Peace Operations: Re-examined," International Peacekeeping, Vol. 18, No. 4, (August 2011).

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What we wrote…

Jeanne Guillemin, affiliate

American Anthrax: Fear, Crime and the Investigation of the Nation’s Deadliest Bioterror Attack, (Macmillan/Holt, September 2011). The book has received favorable mentions from Publisher’s Weekly, Booklist, San Francisco Chronicle, the Boston Globe and NPR radio.

Yinan He, alum

"Competing Narratives, Identity Politics and Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations," Asian Perspective, "Vol. 34, No. 4 (2010) pp. 45-83.

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Notes from all over

Austin Long, alum

Austin served in Afghanistan as an analyst and advisor to Combined Forces Special Operations Component Command Afghanistan from June- August, 2011.

Col. Chuck Samaris, Military Fellow, 2010-11

Several SSP affiliates were in attendance on July 29, 2011 as Col Charles Samaris, USA, was sworn inn as the new commander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England District, at a ceremony at Boston’s Faneuil Hall.

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Scholarships and awards

Yinan He, alum, has been promoted to Associate Professor with tenure at John C. Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. Yinan was also selected as a Public Intellectual Program fellow, National Committee on United States-China Relations, 2011-2013.

Jane K. Cramer, alum, has been awarded tenure by the University of Oregon.

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