NSU Faculty Publishes Book Chapter in Globalizing the US Presidency: Postcolonial Views of John F. Kennedy
David Kilroy. Ph.D., faculty and chair in NSU’s College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS), has written a book chapter, “An Example for Other Small Nations to Follow: John F. Kennedy, Ireland, and Decolonization.” It appears in the book, Globalizing the US Presidency: Postcolonial Views of John F. Kennedy, edited by Cyrus Schayegh, Ph.D and published by Bloomsbury Press (2020). The book was developed from a conference on Kennedy and Colonialism held at Princeton University in 2018.
Kilroy’s teaching and research interests include U.S. political and cultural engagement on the world stage. A major theme of his research is the correlation between U.S. foreign policy and issues of domestic American cultural and political identity, and he has a particular interest in U.S. engagement in West Africa, the Caribbean, and Ireland.
For more information about his chapter, please see https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/globalizing-the-us-presidency-9781350118508/