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  • James Lin photograph
    Adjunct Assistant Professor
  • Professor Hwasook Nam
    Associate Professor Emeritus, Joint Appointment: Jackson School of International Studies


  • "Where Did the Empire Go? Archives and Decolonization in Britain," American Historical Review 120.3 (June 2015): 884-899. Learn more
  • “Homosexuality and Theories of Culture.” In Was ist Homosexualität? Forschungsgeschichte, gesellschaftliche Entwicklungen und Perspektiven, edited by Jennifer V. Evans, Florian Mildenberger, Rüdiger Lautmann, Jakob Pastötter. Hamburg: Männerschwarm, 2014: 255-269. Learn more
  • "Decolonizing Emotions: The Management of Feeling in the New World Order," in Frank Biess and Daniel Gross, eds., Science and the Emotions after 1945: A Transatlantic Perspective (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014). Learn more
  • "The Sounds of Independence? Lessons from Africa and Beyond at the Transcription Centre Archive," History Workshop Journal 78 (Autumn 2014): 229-245. Learn more
  • "Fostering Independence," History Today 63.8 (August 2013): 21-26. Learn more
  • Bailkin, Jordanna. The Afterlife of Empire. Berkeley: Global, Area, and International Archive, University of California Press, 2012. Print. [Winner of the Morris D. Forkosch Prize from the American Historical Association, the Stansky Book Prize from the North American Conference on British Studies, and the Biennial Book Prize from the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies.] Learn more
  • "The Postcolonial Family? West African Children, Private Fostering, and the British State," Journal of Modern History 81.1 (2009): 87-121. [Winner of the Walter D. Love Article Prize from the North American Conference on British Studies.] Learn more
  • "Leaving Home: The Politics of Deportation in Postwar Britain," Journal of British Studies 48.4 (2008): 852-882. Learn more
  • Sears, Laurie. Fantasizing the Feminine in Indonesia. Durham: Duke University Press, 1996. Print. Learn more