Juliet Nebolon

Juliet Nebolon

Lecturer on History (Spring 2019)
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
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Juliet Nebolon is an interdisciplinary historian of American, Asian American, and transpacific histories, with a specific focus on twentieth-century militarization and settler colonialism in Asia and the Pacific Islands.  She received her Ph.D. in American Studies from Yale University.  Her book manuscript, Settler Militarism: World War II in Hawai‘i and the Making of Transpacific Empire, focuses on the martial law period in Hawai‘i during the Pacific War.  This project explores the overlapping regimes of settler colonialism and militarization in the domains of public health, domestic science, education, land acquisition, and transpacific internment.  She has published her work in American Quarterly.  In Spring 2018, she will teach the course, “Race, Indigeneity, and Empire in the Asia/Pacific Wars, 1898-present.”

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