Dr. Teague's research focuses broadly on issues of interventionism and militarization, incorporating top-down and bottom-up perspectives to understand the effects of U.S. policies on foreign societies.
education and training
- Ph.D. in History, Vanderbilt University - (Nashville, Tennessee, United States) 2018
- M.A. in HIstory, Vanderbilt University - (Nashville, Tennessee, United States) 2013
- B.A. in History, Summa cum Laude, Boston University - (Boston, Massachusetts, United States) 2006
- Teague, A. (2019). The United States, Mexico, and the Mutual Securitization of Drug Enforcement, 1969–1985. Diplomatic History. 43(5), 785-812.
- Teague, A. (2019). Mexico’s Dirty War on Drugs: Source Control and Dissidence in Drug Enforcement. The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs. 33(1), 63-87.
- Teague, A. (2019). Nixon and Reagan tried closing the border to pressure Mexico–here’s what happened. - An article submitted to The Conversation
- Teague, A. (2017). Here’s How NAFTA and the Border Look from Mexico’s Perspective.
- Teague, A. (2017). Reckoning with the addict and the US “War on Drugs”.
- Teague, A. (2015). The International Impact of America’s War on Drugs.
recent teaching activities