Dexter Fergie is a doctoral student of U.S. and global history and a Mellon Cluster Fellow in science studies, specializing in the history of ideas, infrastructure, and communications in the twentieth century. His dissertation will chart U.S. attempts to manage the global commons.
Dexter has been the recipient of several awards and fellowships, including the W.L. Mackenzie King Travelling Scholarship and a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Master’s Scholarship. He is also an interviewer for the New Books Network podcast.
Dexter has a B.A. in international relations and an M.A. in history, both from the University of British Columbia.
- “Geopolitics Turned Inward: The Princeton Military Studies Group and the National Security Imagination,” Diplomatic History (forthcoming).