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Chad Frazier


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Chad Frazier is a historian of the United States in the world, with particular interests in the histories of civil liberties, law and society, higher education, and U.S. relations with Latin America. Currently a doctoral student in the History Department at Georgetown, he is writing his doctoral dissertation under the direction of Katherine Benton-Cohen and has helped teach courses on U.S. diplomatic history, the Great Depression, the histories of Latin America, the Pacific World, the United States since 1865, and the history of U.S. citizenship from the colonial era to the present. Frazier is teaching a class supported through the Berkley Center's Doyle Seminars project during fall 2017. He first joined the Georgetown community in fall 2010 when he enrolled in the History Department’s Master of Arts in Global, International, and Comparative History Program. He received his B.A. in history and law and policy from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.

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