David C. Atkinson

Associate Professor of History, Purdue University

Publications



Books


In Theory and In Practice: Harvard’s Center for International Affairs, 1958-1983


David C. Atkinson

Weatherhead Center for International Affairs/Harvard University Press, 2008


Articles


“Charlottesville and the Alt-Right: A Turning Point?”


David C. Atkinson

Politics, Groups, and Identities , vol. 6(2), 2018, pp. 309-315


“The International Consequences of American National Origins Quotas: The Australian Case”


David C. Atkinson

Journal of American Studies , vol. 50(2), 2016, pp. 377-396


“The White Australia Policy, the British Empire, and the World"


David C. Atkinson

Britain and the World , vol. 8(2), 2015, pp. 204-224


Book Chapters


“Afterword: Permeability and the Making and Unmaking of Borders"


David C. Atkinson

Permeable Borders: History, Theory, Policy, and Practice in the United States, Paul Otto, Susanne Berthier, 2020, pp. 213-219


"Out of One Borderland, Many: The 1907 Anti-Asian Riots and the Spatial Dimensions of Race and Migration in the Canadian-US Pacific Borderlands"


David C. Atkinson

Benjamin Bryce, Alexander Freund, Entangling Migration History: Borderlands and Transnationalism in the United States and Canada , University Press of Florida, 2015, pp. 120-140


Book Reviews


"Crossing Empires: Taking U.S. History into Transimperial Terrain"


David C. Atkinson

Kristin Hoganson &, Jay Sexton, H-Diplo Roundtable, February 14, 2022


"Empire Ascendant: The British World, Race, & the Rise of Japan"


David C. Atkinson

Cees Heere, English Historical Review, 136 (538), 2021, pp. 1677-78


"Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles: Americans in Nineteenth-Century Fiji "


David C. Atkinson

Nancy Shoemaker, The Journal of American History, 108(1), 2021, pp. 151-152


"The Quest for Security: Sovereignty, Race, and the Defense of the British Empire, 1898-1931"


David C. Atkinson

Jesse Tumblin, Journal of Military History, vol. 84(4), 2020, pp. 1229-31


"Gold Mountain Turned to Dust: Essays on the Legal History of the Chinese in the Nineteenth-Century American West"


David C. Atkinson

John Wunder, The American Historical Review, vol. 124(5), 2019, pp. 1901-1902


"Clashing Over Commerce: A History of U.S. Trade Policy"


David C. Atkinson

Douglas A. Irwin, The Historian, vol. 81(2), 2019, pp. 318-320


"Racial Reconstruction: Black Inclusion, Chinese Exclusion, and the Fictions of Citizenship"


David C. Atkinson

Journal of American Ethnic History , vol. 36(3), 2017, pp. 98-100


“Migration Matters”: Roundtable Review of The Diplomacy of Migration: Transnational Lives and the Making of U.S.-Chinese Relations in the Cold War


David C. Atkinson

Meredith Oyen, Passport: The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Review , vol. 47(1), 2016, pp. 10-12


"Migration & Empire"


David C. Atkinson

Marjory Harper, & Stephen Constantine, Journal of American Ethnic History, vol. 32(3), 2013, pp. 124-125


Conference Proceedings


“Chinese Green Tea Importation and the Development of the Nineteenth-century American State"


David C. Atkinson

R. Douglas Hurt, Wang Siming, & Shi Hui, The United States and China: Agricultural, Economic, and Political Affairs, China Agricultural Press, 2017


Online Bibliographies


"History of Diplomacy"


David C. Atkinson

Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations


"The Cold War"


David C. Atkinson

Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations, 2011


"Globalization"


David C. Atkinson

Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations , 2011


"Arms Races"


David C. Atkinson

Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations , 2011


Encyclopedia Chapters


"Franklin Pierce"


David C. Atkinson

Carl C. Hodge, & Cathal J. Nolan, U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy: From 1789 to the Present, ABC-CLIO Publications, 2007


Herbert Hoover


David C. Atkinson

Carl C. Hodge, & Cathal J. Nolan, U.S. Presidents and Foreign Policy: From 1789 to the Present, ABC-CLIO Publications, 2007

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