"After studying at Cambridge and Columbia and a stint as senior editor of a newsletter on the health effects of electromagnetic radiation, Matthew Connelly spent the last decade building bridges between U.S. and international history, history and related disciplines, and academia and policy analysis. He has published articles in journals ranging from the Revue franaise d'Histoire d'Outre-mer to The American Historical Review to The International Journal of Middle East Studies as well as a book published by Oxford University Press. After arriving at the University of Michigan, he worked to encourage interdisciplinary research and teaching, including courses on race and ethnicity in international relations. He has contributed to policy discussions by training masters students in foreign policy analysis, delivering talks at the Army War College and the Woodrow Wilson Center, and publishing in such venues as The Atlantic Monthly and The National Interest." 
- Fatal Misconception: The Struggle to Control World Population (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008) (Reviewed by The Economist, The New York Times, Times Higher Education, New York Review of Books)
- "Seeing Beyond the State: The Population Control Movement and the Problem of Sovereignty," Past & Present 193 (December 2006)
- "Population Control in India: Prologue to the Emergency Period," Population and Development Review 32 (November 2006)
- A Diplomatic Revolution: Algeria's Fight for Independence and the Origins of the Post-Cold War Era (Oxford University Press, 2002)
- Stanford talk on Unnatural Selection: Population Control and the Struggle to Remake Humanity (event cosponsored by the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies) Other talks
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Steve Horn and Allen Ruff, How Private Warmongers and the US Military Infiltrated American Universities, Truthout, 28 November 2011.
- Scott Horton interviews Steve Horn and Allen Ruff, Training the Next Generation of Imperialists, Antiwar.com, 29 November 2011.
- Matthew Connelly, Institute for Social and Economic Research and Policy, accessed September 2, 2008.