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Stephen Mak

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Stephen Mak is a historian of the twentieth century United States with an interest in war and human rights. He earned his doctorate in history from Northwestern University and currently teaches international history at the Dalton School in New York City. A recipient of numerous research grants and fellowships, including the Josephine De Kármán Fellowship and the John Higham Travel Grant from the Organization of American Historians and the Immigration and Ethnic History Society, he is currently revising his manuscript, America’s Other Internment: World War II and the Making of Modern Human Rights, for publication. A member of the World History Association, he is committed to history education at all levels.