John Gleb is a first-year PhD student in the Department of History at the University of Texas at Austin. A specialist in the study of modern European and American international relations, he is currently interested in the emergence of the transatlantic partnership and in the social, cultural, and intellectual history of the professional foreign service. John received his BA at the University of California-Berkeley, from which he graduated with High Honors and Highest Distinction in 2016. Last year, he participated in the TAPIF program, serving as an English-language teaching assistant in Dijon, France. He speaks French and is developing a reading proficiency in German.
Episode | August 2nd, 2019 | Season 1 | 39 mins 56 secs
diplomacy, history of international relations, liberal internationalism, state department, wilsonian internationalism
John Gleb is back on the Tom & Matt Show to discuss his favorite topic: U.S. diplomacy. It's slightly less than Slavic, sure, but still relevant to understanding modern international relations and foreign policy.
Episode | March 30th, 2019 | Season 1 | 34 mins 10 secs
dollar diplomacy, foreign service, human rights, state department history
Straight from the University of California, Berkeley to the Forty Acres of UT Austin, John Gleb gives us a comparative development of diplomacy, foreign policy, and human rights in the U.S. and Europe pre-World War II.