Department of History
Columbian College of Arts & Sciences
Affiliated and Emeriti Faculty
Sherrill Brown Wells
Visiting and Part-Time Faculty
Professorial Lecturer in History and International Affairs
HIST 3126: European Integration: A History
Jean Monnet: Unconventional Statesman (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2011)
Pioneers of European Integration and Peace, 1945-1963: With Documents. (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's Press, 2007).
French Industrial Policy: A History, 1945-1981 (Washington, DC: Department of State, 1991).
“Shared Sovereignty in the European Union: Germany’s Economic Governance,” (with Samuel F., Wells, Jr.), Yale Journal of International Affairs, vol. 3, (2), Spring/Summer, 2008.
"Monnet and ‘The Insiders”: Nathan, Tomlinson, Bowie, and Schaetzel," in Monnet and the Americans, ed. by Clifford Hackett (Washington, DC: Jean Monnet Council, 1995).
"Longtime Friends: Early U.S.-Moroccan Relations, 1777-1787,” Department of State Bulletin, September, 1987.
"The Netherlands Recognizes the United States: 'The Most Friendly and beneficial Connexion,'” April 19, 1782," Department of State Bulletin, April, 1982.
Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London