Nate Grau is a Ph.D. student in international history at Harvard University. He studies the military and cultural history of the French Union, focusing on the stories of colonial subjects who fought in French service during the decolonization conflicts that raged in Madagascar, Indochina, and Algeria after the Second World War. He holds a bachelor's degree from New York University (NYU) and master's degrees from Columbia University and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). At CES, he coordinates the The History Seminar and the Dissertation Workshop.
Ph.D. Student in International History, Harvard University
Graduate Student Affiliate & Seminar Coordinator, CES, Harvard University