Andrew W. Bell

American History, International History, Environmental History

Andrew W. Bell is currently a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellow at the Center for History at Sciences Po. His project—101022539-SRSAI, “Sowing and Reaping the Seeds of American Influence”—examines the environmental impact of the Great War on the forests of Western Europe, the American role in sponsoring postwar reforestation efforts, and the long-term ecological consequences of the mass planting of Douglas fir seeds and seedlings on the continent as part of these efforts. His supervisors for this project are Profs. Mario Del Pero and Giacomo Parrinello.

Prior to arriving at the Center for History, Andrew received his Ph.D. in American History from Boston University in 2020. His dissertation manuscript, “Archaeologists and American Foreign Relations in a World of Empire, 1879-1945,” is currently under revision in anticipation of publication. His work has appeared in several outlets, including the Journal of American-East Asian Relations. Andrew has also worked as a part-time lecturer for Boston University and Emerson College.

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