A G Hopkins
A G Hopkins is Emeritus Smuts Professor of Commonwealth History at the University of Cambridge and former Walter Prescott Webb Chair in History at the University of Texas at Austin. His books include Global History: Interactions between the Universal and the Local; and American Empire: A Global History. He lives in Cambridge, England.
Interviews with A G Hopkins
Expansionists of 1898: The Acquisition of Hawaiʻi and the Spanish Islands
by Julius William Pratt
Denial of Empire: The United States and Its Dependencies
by Whitney T Perkins
The Tragedy of American Diplomacy
by William Appleman Williams
The New Empire: An Interpretation of American Expansion 1860-1898
by Walter LaFeber
Cuba in the American Imagination: Metaphor and the Imperial Ethos
by Louis A Pérez
When George W Bush declared that America “has never been an empire,” he elided a half century of colonial rule over its overseas dependencies. But American expansionism has manifested in other forms too, says A G Hopkins, imperial historian and author of a panoramic new work of American history.