Marion Dorsey

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Phone: (603) 862-3014
Office: History, Horton SSC Rm 418, Durham, NH 03824
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Education

  • Ph.D., History, Yale University
  • J.D., Harvard University
  • M.A., History, Yale University
  • M.Phil., Yale University
  • B.A., History, Stanford University
  • B.A., Biology, Stanford University

Research Interests

  • Diplomacy
  • History of Law
  • History of medicine
  • Military History

Courses Taught

  • HIST 440: Honors/US Hist of Medicine Sem
  • HIST 500: Intro to Historical Thinking
  • HIST 537: Espionage and History
  • HIST 538: Modern European War & Society
  • HIST 613: American Ways of War
  • HIST 695: Independent Study
  • HIST 797: Colloq/World War II Abroad
  • HIST 897: Colloquium
  • HIST 970: Grad Seminar Teaching History
  • HONR 400: Honor Symp/Healthy Communities
  • JUST 701: Sem/Just War? From Gett to Git

Selected Publications

Dorsey, M. (2017). From Smallpox to Polio: How America Embraced Vaccines. In Health and Freedom in the Balance (pp. 111-146). Nova.

Dorsey, M. G. (2017). Health and Freedom in the Balance. M. G. Dorsey, & R. M. Caron (Eds.), Nova.

Dorsey, M. G. (2017). More than just a taboo The legacy of the chemical warfare prohibitions of the 1899 and 1907 Hague Conferences. In Unknown Book (pp. 86-102). Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Girard, M. (2008). A Strange and Formidable Weapon British Responses to World War I Poison Gas. U of Nebraska Press.

Girard, M. (2008). Political Decisions and Britain’s Chemical Warfare Challenge in World War I: Descend to Atrocities?. Defence Studies, 8(1), 105-132. doi:10.1080/14702430701812019