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Steven Schwartzberg

Steven Schwartzberg
Independent Researcher

PhD

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11
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3 Research Items
8 Citations
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Additional affiliations
July 1998 - July 2000
Yale University
Position
  • Director of Undergraduate Studies for International Studies
July 1998 - July 2000
Yale University
Position
  • Director of Undergraduate Studies for International Studies
July 1996 - June 1998
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
September 1990 - December 1996
Yale University
Field of study
  • History

Publications

Publications (11)
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An examination of the evolution of Rómulo Betancourt's views in the 1930s and 1940s shows how he came to look for a close relationship with the United States just as the State Department, and later the Central Intelligence Agency, were coming to view reformist movements such as Betancourt's Acción Democrática as the best possible bulwark against co...
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A podcast of "Indigenous Perspectives" exploring the puzzling and troubling history of relations between Native American Indian tribal nations and the United States and Canada. Participants: Peter d'Errico, Steven Schwartzberg, Randy Kritkausky, Carolyn Schmidt. For audio podcast: http://www.ecologia.org/news/15.IndianLawPt2Jan2022.mp3
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A podcast of "Indigenous Perspectives" exploring the puzzling and troubling history of relations between Native American Indian tribal nations and the United States and Canada. Participants: Peter d'Errico, Steven Schwartzberg, Randy Kritkausky, Carolyn Schmidt. For audio podcast: http://www.ecologia.org/news/14.IndianLawDec2021.mp3 For transcri...
Research
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How the Supreme Court has betrayed the national rights of the Native Nations in constitutional law with a bad faith interpretive stance toward the treaty obligations of the United States; an interpretive stance that paved the way for the Trail of Tears and that constitutes the foundation of "federal Indian law" to this day.
Article
Ellis O. Briggs, Proud Servant: The Memoirs of a Career Ambassador (Kent, OH: The Kent State University Press, 1998), pp. xvi+430, $45.00 hb. - - Volume 32 Issue 3 - STEVEN SCHWARTZBERG
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Eric Paul Roorda, The Dictator Next Door: The Good Neighbor Policy and the Trujillo Regime in the Dominican Republic, 1930–1945 (Durham, NC, and London: Duke University Press, 1998), pp. xii+337, £37.00, £11.95 pb. - Volume 32 Issue 3 - STEVEN SCHWARTZBERG

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This work will focus particular attention on the Congressional debate over American policy in 1830—a debate in which one can see the thinking of the elected representatives of the American people as they first deliberated over and then chose to make what would become one of the worst decisions in American history.