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Kyle Longley 

Professor of History

Department of History, Chapman University

Director, M.A. in War and Society

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"Countless historians have picked apart 1968, but Kyle Longley is the first to go inside the head of the man who, more than anyone else, defined that year - and with a style and precision that somehow makes an account of a terrible time a joy to read." Clay Risen, New York Times, on LBJ's 1968 

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Meet Professor Longley

The author of nearly a dozen books, Kyle Longley is widely considered an expert in the field of U.S. foreign relations. Consulted by the New York Times, Washington Post, and MSNBC among others, he has taught in the field of modern U.S. history for more than 25 years. 

Events & Community Engagement 

Throughout the year, Dr. Longley hosts "When History Lives." Separate from his classes at Chapman University, these multi-week courses are designed for life-long learners to engage the mind and foster discussion on topics of U.S. history. 

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"exhaustive research and clarity of language," Al Gore, Jr. on Tennessee Maverick

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