Welcome to my archive.
Between grad school and a series of professional presentations, I have accumulated a sizable collection of papers and research projects. Since they serve no one any good sitting on my hard drive in a digital vacuum, I have chosen to make a few available here, in hopes that some researcher will find the information helpful.
The material may be quoted with credit given where it is due. No paper may be copied extensively or used as a whole for any purpose without express written permission.
It goes without saying (although I will say it anyway) that these papers are not intended for the use of students or researchers (at any level) who are trying to avoid work. I took the time–you can too. And if you ignore my warning and make illegal use of these works, may your hard drive develop the electronic equivalent of bubonic plague.
The papers in the archive:
- Coercion and Diplomacy: Relations Between The United States and Nicaragua, 1920-1927
About US intervention in Nicaragua due to that country’s internal political turmoil and its impact on US economic and political interests.
- The Peekskill Riots
The story of a series of rallies held in Peekskill, NY, in 1946 that ended in violence between attendees and area residents.
- The Turner Thesis Revisited: The Electronic Frontier
An application of the much-debated Turner Thesis to the development of the Internet and World Wide Web.