Field: Modern Europe; Advisor: Mazower; Co-Advisor: Stephanson; Year: 2013
Peter Slezkine is a doctoral student in international history. His dissertation examines the history of the “Free World” as a concept and political project, from the origins of the term in the late-1930s to its near-total disappearance by the late-1960s.
Slezkine, Peter. “From Helsinki to Human Rights Watch: How an American Cold War Monitoring Group Became an International Human Rights Institution.” Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development 5.2 (2014): 345-370.
Columbia MPhil, History (2016)
Columbia MA, History (2015)
University of Chicago BA, History (2011)