Kelly J. Shannon

University of Alaska Anchorage
Department of History and International Studies Program

University of Alaska Anchorage, Department of History
3211 Providence Dr., Admin 147
Anchorage, AK
USA
99504
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My current book manuscript explores the history of the integration of concerns about women's rights in the Islamic world into U.S. foreign policy since 1979. My next project will focus on the history of humanitarian intervention and human rights.

Citation:
Kelly J. Shannon. 2007. “’Maybe I Can Marry Them Both’: Conflicted American Views on the Algerian War.” Hindsight 1 (1): 1-26.
Citation:
Kelly J. Shannon. 2012 on iFirst electronic pre-publishing; scheduled to appear in print 2013. “’I’m Glad I’m Not a Saudi Woman’: The First Gulf War and U.S. Encounters with Saudi Gender Relations.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs.
Citation:
Kelly J. Shannon. 2011. “The Right to Bodily Integrity: Women’s Rights as Human Rights and the International Movement to End Female Genital Mutilation, 1970s-1990s.” Akira Iriye, Petra Goedde, and William I. Hitchcock, eds. The Human Rights Revolution: An International History (pp. 285-310). New York: Oxford University Press.
Citation:
Kelly J. Shannon. 2012. “Truman and the Middle East.” Dan Margolies, ed. Blackwell Companion to Harry S. Truman (pp. 362-388). Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

Substantive Focus:
Defense and Security SECONDARY
International Relations PRIMARY

Theoretical Focus:
Policy History PRIMARY

Keywords

U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS HISTORY U.S. FOREIGN RELATIONS U.S. FOREIGN POLICY WOMEN'S RIGHTS HUMAN RIGHTS HUMANITARIAN INTERVENTION U.S.-ISLAMIC RELATIONS IRAN AFGHANISTAN MIDDLE EAST