Assistant Professor of History
Brock Cutler earned his Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine's History Department in 2011. His current research and writing investigates the relationship between the physical environment and the colonial state in nineteenth-century Algeria, with particular focus on periods of environmental disaster. Professor Cutler's areas of interest include environmental history, the history of the modern state, and the modern Middle East and North Africa. At Radford, he teaches courses in Middle Eastern history, global environmental history, colonialism in the Middle East and North Africa, and world history.
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