Christopher Hulshof

Position title: TA: History 319 with Professor McCoy

Email: chulshof@wisc.edu

Address:
Advisor: Alfred W McCoy
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
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Christopher Hulshof

Biography

I am a student of history primarily interested in the proliferation of imperial power during the 20th and 21st centuries. In particular, I find the reassertion of peripheral agency and diminishment of Western exceptionalism in transnational contexts quite compelling.

But ultimately, I just like history. And it likes me.

Education

M.A., Southeast Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2021
M.A., History, University of Wisconsin Madison, 2020
B.A., History, University of California Berkeley, 2018

Field

  • Southeast Asian History

MA Title

  • “A Simulacrum of Change: An Analysis of Crisis Points in the Proliferation of U.S. Global Hegemony Through the Foreign Relations of the United States” (History M.A.)
  • “Sangsara and San Sara: Collective Memory & Policy Nuance on Occupied Java, 1942-45” (Southeast Asian Studies M.A.)

Courses Taught (as TA)

  • History 246 – Southeast Asian Refugees of the Cold War (Spring 2020)
  • History 319 – The Vietnam Wars (Fall 2019, Fall 2020, Fall 2021)