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Political Terrorism Research Interest at Duke University
    The following information was submitted to American Diplomacy by the Triangle Institute for Security Studies, a consortium of faculty members at Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University, all located in the United States. Those interested in communicating with Professor Miller are invited to do so at the addresses listed below.     ~Ed.

Martin Miller, professor of history at Duke University, is interested in political terrorism. He is a Russian historian who has written on the late Russian empire, political radicalism, and the history of psychiatry in the Soviet Union. For years he has taught a lecture course on terrorism, comparing political terrorism in countries around the world. He is in the early stages of a major book project on this topic. He seeks contact with other scholars and student who share his interests. You may contact him at:

Department of History
Box 90719
Duke University
Durham, NC 27708, USA
E-mail: mmiller@acpub.duke.edu
Tel. (919) 684-3575

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