Harold Quigley

Harold Quigley

Fellow: Awarded 1929
Field of Study: Political Science

Competition: US & Canada

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:

Quigley, Harold S.:  Appointed to continue research in the government of Japan, in Japan; tenure, four months from December 15, 1929.

Born February 13, 1889, at Minneapolis, Minnesota. Education:  Hamline University, A. B., 1911; University of Oxford, Rhodes Scholar from Minnesota (Hertford College), 1911–14, Diploma in Economics and Political Science, with distinction, 1913, B. A. in Honor School of Modern History, 1914; University of Wisconsin, Ph. D., 1916 (Fellow in Political Science).

Preceptor in History and Politics, 1916–17, Princeton University; Professor of Political Science, 1917–20, Hamline University; Assistant Professor of Political Science, 1920–24, Associate Professor, 1924–25, Professor, 1925—, University of Minnesota; Professor of Political Science (on leave), 1921–23, Tsing Hua College, Peking; Professor of Political Science, Summer, 1925, University of Chicago; Conference Leader, Institute of Public Affairs, University of California at Los Angeles, 1926; Conference Leader, Institute of Politics, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 1927.

Publications:  “The Immunity of Private Property from Capture at Sea,” University of Wisconsin Bulletin No. 918, Economics and Political Science Series, Vol. 9, No. 2, 1918; “From Versailles to Locarno,” 1927. Articles in American Journal of International Law, American Political Science Review, Political Science Quarterly, Yale Review, Contemporary Review, Foreign Affairs.

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