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Carroll University's K.P. O'Reilly Releases a New Book

K.P. O'Reilly, Carroll University's assistant professor of political science and global studies, has published a book titled Nuclear Proliferation and the Psychology of Political Leadership Beliefs, Motivations and Perceptions with Routledge. The book offers a novel approach to understanding the puzzle of nuclear proliferation by examining how leaders' beliefs and perceptions about the international system influence states' decisions to acquire nuclear weapons. O'Reilly argues that understanding basic psychological motivations, such as the role of power and perceptions of self and others, forms a strategic context which provides answers about a leader's willingness to proliferate. By examining several historical instances of proliferation decision-making - in South Africa, India, Libya and Australia - the book's findings highlight the fundamental role of leaders' beliefs in shaping proliferation outcomes. For more information, please visit   more

Carroll University's Abigail Markwyn Releases New Book

Abigail Markwyn, Carroll University's associate professor of History, has published a book titled Empress San Francisco: The Pacific Rim, the Great West, and California at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition with the University of Nebraska Press. Empress San Francisco offers a fresh examination of one of the largest and most influential world's fairs, by considering the local social and political climate of Progressive Era San Francisco. Focusing on the influence exerted by women, Asians and Asian Americans, and working-class labor unions, among others, Markwyn offers a unique analysis both of this world's fair and the social construction of pre–World War I America and the West. For more information, please visit the University of Nebraska Press website.   more

Carroll Professor to Be Panelist at Purdue Symposium

Jen Moon, Carroll University's assistant professor of art, will be a featured panelist in an upcoming symposium at Purdue University. The symposium topic is Postmodern Documentary Photography and runs from September 25-27. To learn more about the symposium click here.   more

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