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Elizabeth Ingleson specialises in the histories of US foreign relations, US-China relations, capitalism, and labor. She is the author of Made in China: When US-China Interests Converged to Transform Global Trade (Harvard University Press). Ingleson has published several articles and chapters on US-China relations and US capitalism and is currently writing a book under contract with Bloomsbury Academic, China and the United States since 1949: An International History.
Ingleson serves on the editorial board of the Cold War History journal and the Conference Committee of Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations (SHAFR). She is co-organiser of two seminars: the North American History Seminar run by the Institute of Historical Research and the LSE-Tufts Seminar in Contemporary International History. Ingleson is Academic Director of the LSE-NUS double degree MA in Asian and International History and a Centre Affiliate at the Phelan US Centre.
Prior to her appointment, Ingleson held fellowships at Yale University, Southern Methodist University’s Center for Presidential History, and the University of Virginia’s Miller Center. She earnt her PhD in history from the University of Sydney.
Other titles: Alumni & Careers; Student Survey Coordinator, LSE-NUS Double Degree MA Asian and International History Programme Director
United States History;
Dr Elizabeth Ingleson teaches the following courses in the Department:
At undergraduate level:
HY245: The United States and the World since 1776
At postgraduate level:
HY4A9L: China and the United States Since 1949
HY4A9M: China and the United States Since 1949
HY510: Cold War History Research Seminar