Nick Cull, Professor of Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California
He directs the Master’s Program in Public Diplomacy at the University of Southern California. Originally from the UK, he is a historian of the media and its impact on international relations. He trained at the University of Leeds (BA, 1986; PhD, 1992) and studied as a Harkness Fellow and visiting lecturer at Princeton University (1988-1992). Before moving to Southern California, he taught US Cultural History at the University of Birmingham (1992-1997) and directed the Centre for American Studies at the University of Leicester (1997-2005) His books include Selling War: The British Propaganda Campaign Against American “Neutrality” in World War II. (1995); The Cold War and the United States Information Agency: American Propaganda and Public Diplomacy, 1945-1989. (2008) and The Decline and Fall of the United States Information Agency: American public diplomacy 1989-2001. (2012). His works as co-editor include Francisco Javier Rodriguez, Lorenzo Delgado and Nicholas J. Cull (eds.) US Public Diplomacy and Democratization in Spain: Selling Democracy,(2015). Nick Cull is regularly consulted by governments on issues of public /cultural diplomacy and diplomatic education in general. He has worked especially closely with the foreign ministries of the UK, Switzerland, Mexico, Canada and South Korea, and with NATO and the European Union. He is a regular guest speaker at the Foreign Service Institute of the United States. He is president of the International Association for Media and History and a member of the Public Diplomacy Council.
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation´s annual peace award ceremony brings together our faculty member Professor Farzeen Nasri and MIT Professor Noam Chomsky, who has been this year’s recipient.
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Professor Farzeen Nasri, faculty member, co-writes with Grace Nasri the article “It’s Time To Unite Behind the Iran Nuclear Agreement”, published in The Huffington Post. In the article, the authors examine the Iran Nuclear Deal and its implications for US Politics.
Francisco Javier Rodríguez Jiménez, faculty member, participated in a roundtable review on US Public Diplomacy, Franco Regime and International Relations, organized last November 21 2016 by H-Diplo.
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The Global and International Studies Program is pleased to announce the incorporation of Professor Jonathan Rosenberg into the Advisory Board of our Think Tank.
Professor Rosenberg has published several articles in peer-reviewed academic journals and chapters in edited volumes on economic globalization and sustainable development and accountability in global environmental governance, including the following: Continue reading “Jonathan Rosenberg, member of the Advisory Board of our Think Tank, share with us some of his latest publications on economic globalization and sustainable development.”
The article “What’s in and what’s out with Trump as President?” by Robert Guttman, has been recently published in Transatlantic Magazine, our partner in this News and Analysis Section.