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Seth Offenbach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bronx Community College, The City University of New York
My work focuses on the effects of U.S. foreign policy on domestic social and political groups. My primary area of focus is the U.S. conservative movement during the Cold War. My dissertation, "The Other Side of Vietnam" inspected how debates about the Vietnam War influenced the conservative movement.
|List Affiliations:||Acting List Editor for H-Diplo
Advisory Board Member for H-Grad
Former List Editor for H-Grad
Review Editor for H-Diplo
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Diplomacy and International Relations
Political History / Studies
I am a native New Yorker, earning my high school diploma from Brooklyn Tech high school, a local public school. For my undergraduate degree I traveled up to Montreal to study at McGill University, where I was inspired by several outstanding history professors. I later earned my PhD in history from Stony Brook University (2010). While working toward my degree, I have taught over two dozen U.S. history classes at Stony Brook, Lehman College, Yeshiva University and the City College of New York. I am currently a Substitute Assistant Professor of History at Bronx Community College. This means that I teach a full five-class schedule per semester, sit on multiple faculty committees, advise students on class registration and collegiate life, and attend department meetings.
I am historian who likes inspecting how political movements change their philosophy over time, and what outside factors influence them. I am an avid consumer of news. I am currently working on converting my dissertation into several publishable works. I also love teaching, including introductory level classes where you truly get to work with fresh, young minds and converting them into history geeks such as myself!