Central Europe, Public Law
Carolyn Halladay is an historian and a lawyer, who also teaches in the National Security Affairs department at NPS. Before joining the CCMR faculty, she was a lecturer in history at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. She has also taught history and international relations at the graduate and undergraduate levels at The George Washington University in Washington, DC. She worked as a research analyst in the Office of the Historian, US Department of State and as a federal tax prosecutor in the US Department of Justice, in addition to legal assignments in the U.S. Departments of Defense and Transportation. She is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.
“Soldier and Politics in the United States: The Effects of the Long War,” with Donald Abenheim in Hartmann, et al., eds., Jahrbuch Innere Führung 2009 (Hartmann Miles-Verlag, 2009).
Editor on Donald Abenheim, Soldier and Politics Transformed: German-American Reflections on Civil-Military Relations in a New Strategic Environment (Berlin: Miles Verlag, 2007).
Co-editor (with Donald Abenheim and Bruce Thompson) on Gordon A. Craig, Tact and Intelligence: Essays on Diplomatic History and International Relations (Palo Alto: SPOSS, 2007).