Stuart Schrader

Stuart Schrader

Fellow in the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
Stuart  Schrader

Stuart Schrader is an interdisciplinary scholar of policing, race, and national security. He is the author of a forthcoming book from University of California Press on the relationship between US overseas counterinsurgency efforts and domestic policing during the cold war. Currently, he is at work on two additional research projects: one on US police unions and professional organizations as independent political actors after the 1960s and a second on exchanges prompted by the urbanization of warfare among military tacticians, social scientists, and engineers since the early twentieth century. Stuart has recently published articles in Journal of Urban History, NACLA Report on the Americas, and Humanity.

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