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Indiana University
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United States, Twentieth Century, Culture, Military, Cold War, Propaganda, Psychological Warfare, Vietnam War, Korean War
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About Me

I am a PhD candidate at Indiana University studying United States history. My research focuses on the changing U.S. practices of overt psychological warfare from the Korean War to the Vietnam War. My dissertation examines the changing confidence in persuasion from the 1950s to the 1970s, not only in the realm of war but in larger American contexts. My research examines the two-way flow of information from homefront to war-front and back again to help understand how Americans saw themselves, their enemies, and the country’s place in the world during the Cold War.

I earned my M.A. in U.S. History from Indiana University and my B.A. in Journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Recent Publications

Doll, Katy. “Propaganda.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Military History. Ed. Kaushik Roy. New York: Oxford University Press, June 24, 2020.

Review of Mervyn Edwin Roberts III, The Psychological War for Vietnam, 1960-1968 (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2018) Journal of Military History, 83, no. 1 (Jan. 2019): 290-91.

Media Coverage
Country Focus
United States
Expertise by Geography
United States
Expertise by Chronology
20th century
Expertise by Topic
Diplomacy, Military