Grace Easterly

Advisor: Bradley Simpson

BA: Individualized Study (Concentration: International Political Economy), New York University

Grace Easterly is a doctoral student at UConn focusing on the history of US foreign relations and the interconnections between imperialism, global capitalism, and war. Prior to joining the UConn community, she was a Program Coordinator and Research Assistant in the South Asia program at the Stimson Center. She graduated summa cum laude from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with a BA focusing on International Political Economy and Security and a minor in French.

Research Interests:
US and the World, US Empire, International Political Economy, Foreign Relations History, Critical Geopolitics, Maritime Logistics, Indian Ocean, Security and Militarism

Threlkeld, Elizabeth and Grace Easterly. “Afghanistan-Pakistan Ties and Future Stability in Afghanistan.” United States Institute of Peace, August 2021.

Easterly, Grace. “From Imperial Port City to Logistics Hub: The Production of Strategic Space in Djibouti.” Crossroads 19, no. 1, (January 2021): 74-98.

Jorgensen Fellowship, University of Connecticut
Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Academic Excellence Award, New York University

Grace Easterly, graduate student
Contact Information
Mailing Address241 Glenbrook Road Wood Hall, U-4103, Storrs, CT 06269
Office LocationWood Hall, Rm 002D
Office HoursFall 2022: 2-3pm on Tuesdays