Dr. Cary Fraser

Dr. Cary Fraser joined the Department of Government and Justice in 2014. He earned a Ph.D. in History/ International Relations at the University of Geneva  and a M.S. in International Relations from the University of Trinidad. He completedhis B.A. in History  from the University of Guyana. Prior to joining ASU, Dr. Fraser  served as the President of the University of Belize. He has also appeared on local Public Television programs dealing with race in American life and was a member of a panel hosted by Chicago Public Radio discussing the 50th Anniversary of the Brown v. Board of Education decision and its implications for American history. Dr. Fraser has pursued a dual career as both an academic and a public intellectual in North America and the Caribbean.

Areas of Expertise & Interest:

  • US Foreign Policy
  • International Relations in the 20thCentury
  • Imperialism and Decolonization
  • Politics of Race in the Americas and the Atlantic World
  • International Relations of the Middle East

Education:

  • Ph.D. History/International Relations - University of Geneva
  • M.Sc. International Relations UWI – St. Augustine
  • B.A. History – Guyana

Courses Taught:

  • Civil Rights
  • American Political History in the 20th Century
  • Caribbean History and Politics
  • African Diaspora in the Atlantic World
  • War and Politics in post-1945 USA
  • American Citizenship
Title: Associate Professor of Political Science
Department: Department of Government and Justice Studies

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-7910

Fax: (828) 262-2947

Office address
350D Anne Belk Hall

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