Arlene Lazarowitz, Ph.D.
Professor of History
U.S. Foreign Relations
U.S. 20th-century political history
American Jewish history
Ph.D. History, UCLA
B.A., M.A., History, California State University, Long Beach
“A Southern Senator and Israel: J. William Fulbright’s Accusations of Undue Jewish Influence over American Foreign Policy in the Middle East,” Journal of Southern Jewish History, Fall 2011.
“Ethnic Influences on American Foreign Policy: American Jewry and President Jimmy Carter,” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, Fall 2010.
“Search for Balance: The Johnson Administration, the State Department, and the Middle East, 1964-1967,” Diplomatic History, XXXII (January 2008), 25-54
“Promoting Air Power: The Influence of the United States Air Force on the Creation of the National Security State during the Truman Administration,” Independent Review: A Journal of Political Economy, IX (Spring 2005), 477-99
“Senator Jacob K. Javits and Soviet Jewish Emigration,” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, XXI (Summer 2003), 1-13
American Jewish History
United States from 1920 to 1945, Twenties, Depression, and World War II
The U.S. Liberal Era 1945-1968
United States Since 1968
Twentieth Century World History
United States in the World
HISTORY 475 :
American Ethnicity and Immigration
HISTORY 475 :
American Foreign Relations