Dr. Bartel's research interests include US foreign relations, the global Cold War, grand strategy, and the history of capitalism.
education and training
- Ph.D. in History, Cornell University - (Ithaca, New York, United States) 2017
- M.A. in History, Cornell University - (Ithaca, New York, United States) 2014
- B.A. in International Relations and History, with high distinction, University of Toronto - (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) 2010
- Etheridge, B. C., Schwartz, T. A., Greene, J. R., Walcher, D., Bartel, F., & Engel, J. A. (2018). A Roundtable on Jeffrey A. Engel, When the World Seemed New: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War. Passport: The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Review. 49(1), 21-31.
- BARTEL, F. (2017). Fugitive Leverage: Commercial Banks, Sovereign Debt, and Cold War Crisis in Poland, 1980–1982. Enterprise & Society. 18(1), 72-107.
- Bartel, F. (2015). Surviving the Years of Grace: The Atomic Bomb and the Specter of World Government, 1945-1950. Diplomatic History. 39(2), 275-302.
- Bartel, F. (2018). The power of omission: The IMF and the democratic transitions in Poland and Hungary. Blumenau, B., Hanhimaki, J. M., & Zanchetta, B. (Eds.), New Perspectives on the End of the Cold War Unexpected Transformations?. Routledge.