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Ryan Archibald
UW Department of History
318 Smith Box 353560
Seattle, WA 98195-3560
(408) 832-6949
[email protected]
Education
2011-present:
2009-2011:
2004-2008:
currently enrolled in PhD program, Department of History, University of
Washington, Seattle.
M.A., University of Washington, Seattle, History
B.A., University of California, San Diego, History and Political Science
Research and Teaching Areas
Dissertation:
Committee:
Fields:
“Traveling Dissent: Activists, Borders, and the U.S. Cold War National
Security State”
Susan Glenn (Chair), Moon-Ho Jung, Ileana Rodríguez-Silva, Vicente
Rafael
20th Century U.S. Cultural and Social History; Race, Nation, and Empire
in U.S. History; Modern Caribbean and Latin America; Comparative
Colonialism
Awards, Fellowships, Honors
2016:
2016:
2015-2016:
2015:
2015:
2014:
2012-2013:
Moody Research Grant, LBJ Foundation, LBJ Presidential Library, ‘
Austin, TX
Luckie Agee Waller Fellowship, University of Washington, Department of
History
Graduate Student Fellow, Society of Scholars, University of Washington
Simpson Center for the Humanities
W. Stull Holt Dissertation Fellowship, The Society for Historians of
American Foreign Relations
Rondeau Evans Fellowship, University of Washington, Department
of History
Graduate School Fund for Excellence and Innovation, University of
Washington (Conference Travel Grant)
Maclyn P. Burg Scholarship, University of Washington, Department of
History (Travel Grant)
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2009-2010:
2009-2010:
2008:
2008:
Graduate Top Scholar Award, University of Washington
Ayers Fellowship, University of Washington, Department of History
Phi Beta Kappa, University of California, San Diego
Cum Laude, University of California, San Diego
Conferences and Presentations
Roundtable Participant, “Borderlands, Culture, and the State: A Conversation Across
Disciplines,” Conference Roundtable, American Studies Association, Toronto, ON, CA, October
8, 2015.
Roundtable Participant, “Borderlands, Culture, and the State: A Conversation Across
Disciplines,” Conference Roundtable, The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations,
Arlington, VA, June 25, 2015.
“The Insurgent Population: Frisking and the Racialized History of Airport Security,” Conference
Paper, Social Science History Association, Toronto, ON, CA, November 6, 2014
Invited Comment on Daniel Bessner’s “Democracy in Exile: Hans Spier and the Rise of the
Defense Intellectual,” University of Washington, Department of History Colloquium, Seattle,
WA, October 7, 2014
“The Airport Borderlands: Race, Security, and State Power,” Conference Paper, Pacific Coast
Branch of the American Historical Association, Portland, OR, August 16, 2014.
Teaching and Research Appointments
As Instructor
Summer 2015:
Winter 2014:
Wars of “Terror” and the Development of the U.S. National Security State
The U.S. Empire, 18th Century – Present
As Teaching Associate
Fall 2014:
History of American Citizenship
Spring 2014:
Military History of the United States
Autumn 2013:
Asian American History
Winter 2013:
The Multiple Caribbeans
Autumn 2012:
US Environmental History
Spring 2012:
The History of American Film
Winter 2012:
The Peoples of the United States
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Autumn 2011:
Spring 2011:
Winter 2011:
Autumn 2010:
The Ancient World
The History of the American Film
The Peoples of the United States
Survey History of the United States
Research Appointments
Summer 2011:
Research Assistant, Curriculum Development, Susan Glenn
Languages
Spanish:
French:
Reading Proficiency
Conversational and intermediate reading ability
Professional Memberships
American Studies Association (ASA)
Pacific Coast Branch, American Historical Association (PCBAHA)
Social Science History Association (SSHA)
The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR)
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