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Mary Barton, PhD.

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mary-bartonAdjunct Fellow

Expertise: Counter-Terrorism, Political Violence, International Law, Intelligence and Information Sharing

Mary Barton is a historian in Washington, DC. She received her Ph.D. in history from the University of Virginia and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security at Dartmouth College’s Dickey Center for International Understanding in August 2017. Her research examines the development of modern counterterrorism strategies and practices in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Articles

“The United States and International Terrorism” (co-authored with David Wight) in The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of American History, ed. Mark Lawrence. Oxford University Press (2019)

“The British Empire and International Terrorism: India’s Separate Path at the League of Nations, 1934-1937,” Journal of British Studies 56 (April 2017): 351-373

“The Global War on Anarchism: The United States and International Anarchist Terrorism, 1898-1904” Diplomatic History (April 2015) 39 (2): 303-330

“The British Empire and International Terrorism: India’s Separate Path at the League of Nations, 1934-1937” Journal of British Studies (forthcoming April 2017)

“The Global War on Anarchism: The United States and International Anarchist Terrorism, 1898-1904”  Diplomatic History (April 2015) 39 (2): 303-330

Other Publications

“The Ideology of Counter-Terrorism” OUPblog | Oxford University Press’s Academic Insights for the Thinking World, June 2015

 

CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Intelligence sharing and alliances of the 20th Century
  • The USG and counterterrorism in the 1990s

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