Tenure-Track Position, Business, Government, and the International Economy Unit, Harvard Business School

For those global historians looking for an academic position in history that allows them to enter conversations with a wider range of interlocutors than the average history department, here is a recent call for applications for a tenure-track position at Harvard Business School (incidentally also the home of one of our interviewees for the Global … Continue reading Tenure-Track Position, Business, Government, and the International Economy Unit, Harvard Business School

Sandalwood Commonwealth? Traveling Across a Chinese-Australian Pacific with Sophie Loy-Wilson

Scan the news these days for news from the western and southern Pacific, and it doesn’t require too much reading for the outlines of a multipolar future to emerge. There are, of course, the obvious stories: competition between the United States and China; that relationship’s reverberating effect on the Korea-Japan-China triangle; and the effect of … Continue reading Sandalwood Commonwealth? Traveling Across a Chinese-Australian Pacific with Sophie Loy-Wilson