Fredrik Logevall

Professor of International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School

Fredrik Logevall is a Swedish-American historian and educator at Harvard UniversityLogevall has lectured widely around the world on topics relating to diplomatic history and contemporary U.S. foreign policy and has won numerous honors for his work. Among other awards, he has received the Stuart L. Bernath book, article, and lecture prizes as well as the Warren F. Kuehl Book Prize (2001) from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations; and the W. Turrentine Jackson Book Award, Pacific Coast Branch, American Historical Association (2000). He was also selected as a "Top Young Historian" by History News Network. A dedicated teacher, Logevall received the UCSB Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Prize for the Humanities and Fine Arts in 1998.

Fredrik Logevall is a Swedish-American historian and educator at Harvard UniversityLogevall has lectured widely around the world on topics relating to diplomatic history and contemporary U.S. foreign policy and has won numerous honors for his work. Among other awards, he has received the Stuart L. Bernath book, article, and lecture prizes as well as the Warren F. Kuehl Book Prize (2001) from the Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations; and the W. Turrentine Jackson Book Award, Pacific Coast Branch, American Historical Association (2000). He was also selected as a "Top Young Historian" by History News Network. A dedicated teacher, Logevall received the UCSB Academic Senate Distinguished Teaching Prize for the Humanities and Fine Arts in 1998.

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Lectures

5.14.2017 (1:16:30)

JFK: A Vision for America