M. A and Ph. D. in History



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TIMOTHY J. NAFTALI

timothy.naftali@nyu.edu


EDUCATION
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. 1993

M.A and Ph.D. in History

Dissertation: "X-2 and the Apprenticeship of American Counterespionage, 1942-44." Advisors: Akira Iriye & Ernest May


Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies University, Washington, DC 1987

M.A. with Distinction in American Foreign Policy and International Economics
Yale College, New Haven, CT. 1983

B.A. Magna Cum Laude, Distinction in History
FOREIGN LANGUAGES
French Read, Speak German Read Russian Read

BOOKS


The Tribe: The Secret History of Gay Washington, 1941-1996 Expected 2017

(with James Kirchick) New York: Holt


Behind the Fourth Veil: The Inside Story of Kennedy in the White House Expected 2016

New York: W. W. Norton.


General Editor, Lyndon B. Johnson: Presidential Recordings: 2011

Mississippi Burning and the Passage of the Civil Rights Act

(2 Volumes)

New York: Norton
George H. W. Bush, 2007

New York: Times Books.


Khrushchevs Cold War: The Inside Story of An American Adversary, 2006

(with Aleksandr Fursenko), New York: Norton.


Blind Spot: The Secret History of American Counterterrorism, 2005

New York: Basic Books.





US Intelligence and the Nazis 2005

(with Richard Breitman, Norman J. W. Goda, Robert Wolfe) New York: Cambridge University Press


The Presidential Recordings: John F. Kennedy, Volume 1-2, Ed. 2001

(with Philip Zelikow on Volume 2) New York: W.W. Norton


"One Hell of a Gamble": Khrushchev, Castro and Kennedy, 1958-1964, 1997

(with Aleksandr Fursenko), New York: W.W. Norton.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

New York University, Department of History, May 2014-Current



Adjunct Associate Professor of History
Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives Jan. 2014-Current

New York University



Head
Center for the United States and the Cold War Jan. 2014-Current

New York University



Co-Director
New America Foundation. Jan. 2012-Current

Senior Research Fellow
Monterey Institute of International Studies, Middlebury College, Monterey, CA. 2009-2011

Visiting Instructor [Intensive weekend course on US Counterterrorism]
Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, July 2007-Nov. 2011

NARA, College Park, MD/ Yorba Linda, CA



Director
Nixon Presidential Materials Project, NARA, College Park, MD/ Yorba Linda, CA Oct. 2006-July 2007

Director
National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States (9/11 Commission). 2003-2004

Historical Consultant
Presidential Recordings Series, Miller Center/Norton. 2003-Current

General Editor

Nazi War Crimes and Imperial Japanese Government Records Interagency 1999-2006

Working Group, National Archives and U.S. Department of Justice.

Historical Consultant
Presidential Recordings Program and Kremlin Decision-Making Project, 1998-2006

The Miller Center of Public Affairs, University of Virginia.



Director
General Faculty, University of Virginia. 1998-2006

Associate Professor
Yale University, New Haven, CT 1996-1998

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History
University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI 1993-1997

Assistant Professor, Department of History
PUBLIC HISTORY
Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Opened March 2011

Curator of the federal Nixon Librarys first Watergate Gallery
AWARDS
Duke of Westminster’s Medal for Military Literature (with Aleksandr Fursenko). 2007
Principal Investigator, “Why Terrorists Stop,” a multi-year grant from the 2006- Present

Smith Richardson Foundation.


Principal Investigator, Three-year grant from the National Historical Publications 2003-2006

and Records Commission.


Sesquicentennial Fellowship, University of Virginia. 2003-2004
Akira Iriye Prize for International History (with Aleksandr Fursenko), 1997-1998
Olin Fellowship in National Security, International Security Studies, 1996-1998

Yale University.


Research Fellowship, Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, 1996

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.


Charles Warren Fellowship for Studies in American History, Harvard University. 1995

John Addison Porter Prize in American History, Yale College 1983


SELECTED ARTICLES
“There’s New Trouble in Nixonville,” Op-Ed, The Los Angeles Times May 14, 2014 “Obama Should Reveal Secret Syria Interceptions,” Slate Aug. 29, 2013 From Cold War to Cold Shoulder,” Foreign Affairs (Online) Aug. 14, 2013 “Will the Bush Library Address Torture?” Slate April 25, 2013 “How Obama can end political deadlock,” Slate Nov. 9, 2012

“The Malin Notes: Glimpses inside the Kremlin during the Cuban Missile Crisis,” Fall 2012



The Global Cuban Missile Crisis at 50, Cold War International History Project Bulletin, No. 17/18.
“George Kennan, Michael McFaul and Their Paranoid Hosts,” Foreign Affairs (online) April 17, 2012
“What JFK Can Teach Obama About Dealing with Iran,” Slate March 13, 2012
George W. Bush and the “War on Terror,” The Presidency of George W. Bush: 2010

A First Historical Assessment, Julian E. Zelizer, ed., Princeton, NJ: Princeton

University Press.


“Snoop Dogs: What does Congress do next about the NSA?” (with Shane Harris), Feb. 3,2006

Slate.
SELECTED RECENT PRESENTATIONS AND APPEARANCES
Panelist, American Journalism Historians Association, Minneapolis, MN October 10, 2014
Panelist, “President Ford’s Pardon of Richard M. Nixon: Sept .8, 2014

A 40-Year Retrospective,” Duquesne University School of Law, Pitts. PA


PBS Newshour August 8, 2014
Dick Cavetts Watergate, PBS August 8, 2014
The Sixties, CNN [Episodes 2,4,5,8,9] Summer 2014



Espionage and Intelligence in the 21st Century, May 30, 2014

Botstiber Foundation, Austrian Embassy, Wash. DC


Moderator, “Inside the White House From Nixon to Obama: Feb. 19, 2014

A Conversation with Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein,” Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL


Obama and NSA Reform, MSNBC Jan. 17, 2014
“Rubio’s War on the ‘War on Poverty,’” MSNBC Jan. 8, 2014
First Lady Pat Nixon, C-Span First Ladies Series, Nov. 25, 2013
The American Experience: JFK, [two-part documentary], Nov. 11-12, 2013

PBS
Idealist vs. Politician: Kennedy in Power,” Oct. 26, 2013

US Embassy, London, UK
Kennedy and Vietnam in 1963 Sept. 28, 2013

National Archives/Texas Tech University, Washington, DC


The Limited Test Ban Treaty at 50, Sept. 12, 2013

Carnegie Endowment for Int’l Peace, Washington, DC


Daddy Issues; Presidential Legacies vs. Openness,” Keynote address June 20, 2013

Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, Arlington, VA


Teaching American History (TAH) Seminar, June 6, 2013

Colorado Inst. Historical Study, Colorado Springs, CO


Up with Steve Kornacki,” MSNBC April 27, 2013
Taping History: A Roundtable on Presidential Recordings,” April 11, 2013

Organization of American Historians, San Francisco


Moderator (2 panels), “The Lessons of Watergate,” March 13, 2013

Common Cause, Washington, D.C.


JFK, History and the Politics of Memory,” SMU and Sixth Floor Museum, Dallas, TX Feb. 19, 2013
Q and A with Brian Lamb,” C-SPAN. Jan. 6, 2013
Making the Watergate Gallery,” “Public History and Public Memory: Jan. 4, 2013

Tensions, Controversies, and Institutional Strategies,” American Historical Association, New Orleans


The Cuban Missile Crisis: Three Men Go to War, PBS Oct. 23, 2012

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Oct. 15, 2012

50th Anniversary Panel on the Cuban Missile Crisis

Washington, D.C.


John F. Kennedy Library’s 50th Anniversary Conference on the Cuban Missile Crisis Oct. 14, 2012

Boston, MA


The Peacock and the Bald Eagle: Aug. 21, 2012

The Remarkable Relationship between JFK and President Eisenhower,”

Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, NY


The Washington Post’s 40th Anniversary of Watergate Commemoration June 11, 2012

Watergate Hotel, Wash. DC


Watergate in Nixonland: The Challenge of Presenting Public History” April 30, 2012

The Miller Center, http://millercenter.org/public/forum/detail/5997





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