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Robert N. Stacy <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Southeastern Europe and Levant, 1914 to 1939; frontiers and borders, ethnicity and national identification, Military history (colonial and small wars).
Currently my major project is to establish book and media reviews on H-Levant.
|Address:||117 Elm Street
Leominster, Massachusetts 01453
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-Levant
Reviewer for HABSBURG
|Reviews:||Who Are the Czechs? Who Are the Slovaks?
|Interests:||Asian History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Ethnic History / Studies
European History / Studies
BA, University of New Hampshire, History
MA, University of New Hampshire, History
CSS, Harvard University, Administration and Management
Taught history and comparative literature (Central and Southeastern Europe, Ottoman Empire) for Cambridge (MA) Center for Adult Education (1991-2002)
Offered a course on ethnicity and nationalism in Eastern Europe at Tufts University Experimental College (1999).
Copyedited _The Role of the Bektashis in Turkey's National Struggle_ by Hulya Kucuk (published by Brill, 2002)
Presented Imperial Delusions: Air Policing in Mandatory Iraq, presented at the Southeast World History Association at University of Alabama, 2004
Presented Aeroplanes, Armoured Cars, Wireless and the Compression of Time and Imperial Space, presented at the Space Between Conference, May 2005, McGill University.
Presented Art Deco Imperialism, New Symbols and Technologies in the Service of the Old Imperialism, September 2005, Mid-America Conference on History, University of Kansas.
Authored book reviews and encyclopedia articles.