Kurk Dorsey is a member of the Master in Public Policy faculty and a Professor of History at the University of New Hampshire.
Ph.D., History, Yale University
M.A., History, Northwestern University
B.A., History, Cornell University
B.A., Biology, Cornell University
History of Canada
US Foreign Policy
HIST 406: History of Modern US
HIST 618: American Environmental History
HIST 619: Foreign Relations of the US
HIST 620: Foreign Relations of the US
HIST 695: Independent Study
HIST 990: Research Sem Modern Amer Hist
HIST 997: Dir Read/Early American Hist
HIST 999: Doctoral Research
JUST 602: Research Internship
Dorsey, K. (2013). Whales and Nations Environmental Diplomacy on the High Seas. University of Washington Press.
Dorsey, K. (2013). National Sovereignty, the International Whaling Commission, and the Save the Whales Movement. In Nation-States and the Global Environment New Approaches to International Environmental History. Oxford University Press.
Dorsey, K. (2010). The Dawn of Conservation Diplomacy U.S.-Canadian Wildlife Protection Treaties in the Progressive Era. University of Washington Press.
Diefendorf, J. M., & Dorsey, K. (2009). City, Country, Empire Landscapes in Environmental History. University of Pittsburgh Press.
dorsey, K. (2005). Dealing with the Dinosaur (and Its Swamp): Putting the Environment in Diplomatic History*. Diplomatic History, 29(4), 573-587. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7709.2005.00507.x
DORSEY, K. (1995). Scientists, Citizens, and Statesmen: U.S.-Canadian Wildlife Protection Treaties in the Progressive Era. Diplomatic History, 19(3), 407-430. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7709.1995.tb00641.x