James Martin is a PhD student in history at Harvard University. He received his BA from Yale University in 2007 and an MPhil from Cambridge University in 2008. His dissertation looks at the origins of early plans to govern the world economy in twentieth-century Europe and the United States, and how the politics of liberal internationalism transformed in light of the emergence of international economic expertise. Martin has published in The London Review of Books, n+1, and Dissent. His academic articles have appeared in journals such as Modern Intellectual History (forthcoming) and The Journal of European Studies. A co-authored chapter with Adam Tooze on the economics of World War II will appear in the forthcoming Cambridge History of the Second World War.
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PhD Student in History, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate, CES, Harvard University