Dom Alessio, Professor History and Dean of International Programmes, has co-published with two Richmond students a new article on Pacific history for the Journal of New Zealand and Pacific Studies (4.2, 2017, pp,115-136). It is entitled “Spain, Germany and the United States in the Marshall Islands: Re-imagining the Imperial in the Pacific” and it was co-written with Patricia Olle Tejero (an INR major graduating in 2017) and Katherine Arnold (a former Study Abroad alum). Both students had been in Dom’s Cultures of Imperial Power class. The article examines the significance of the lost histories of Spain and Germany in the Pacific in the relation of theories of empire formation and the origins of the Third Reich.
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