Andrew Falk
Associate Professor
History
757-594-8431 | falk@cnu.edu

Areas of Expertise
Culture and Society, History (U.S. since the Civil War, foreign relations, propaganda and dissent, the Cold War, presidency, war and society, "Americanization"), Politics (presidency, U.S. foreign relations), and Popular Culture (propaganda and dissent in Hollywood and television, 1950s TV, foreign policy criticism, politics and media, civil defense information), American foreign policy, national security, international relations, propaganda and public diplomacy; American politics and the presidency.

Education
Ph.D. History, University of Texas at Austin, 2003
M.A. History, George Washington University, 1993
B.A. Political Sciences, George Washington University, 1991

Awards, Scholarships. Grants
Franklin Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Georgia, 2005-2006 (declined)
Franklin Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Georgia, 2004
Teaching Fellowship, awarded annually, University of Texas at Austin, 2001-2003
Centennial Travel Grant, 2001
Dora Bonham Dissertation Research Grant, 2000-2001

Memberships/Associations
American Historical Association
Organization of American Historians
Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations

Community Involvement
NEH Teaching American History Grant, Hampton City Schools, March 2010
NEH Teaching American History Grant, Virginia Beach Schools, March 2010
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, Virginia, Fall 2009
Judge for United Jewish Community Holocaust Essay Contest, 2007-Present
Judge for Virginia War Museum Undergraduate Research Paper Award, 2007-Present