- Ph.D., Central Michigan University / University of Strathclyde, Glasgow (Fields: British Empire, U.S. Diplomatic History, Latin American History)
- M.A., Central Michigan University / University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
- Postgraduate Diploma (History), University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
- B.A., Michigan State University
- Associate in Arts, Grand Rapids Community College
- HS120: World History to 1500
- HS121: World History since 1500
- HS215: Modern World
- HS230: Latin American History
- HS285: The History of US Foreign Relations
- HS293: World War One and the Interwar Period
Hendershot, R.M. and Marsh, S. “Renewing the Narrative of ‘Special’ Anglo-American Relations: Commemoration, Performance and the American Bicentennial.” Journal of Cold War Studies, (forthcoming 2021).
Hendershot, R.M. “Reformulating Anglo-Saxon Identity: Intersections of Racism, National Identities, and Transatlantic Stereotypes in the Nineteenth Century,” in A.P. Dobson and S. Marsh (eds.), Anglo-American Political Traditions. New York: Berghahn, forthcoming 2021.
Hendershot, R.M. “Reflecting on the ‘Cultural Turn’: New Directions in the Study of Anglo-American Relations and the Special Relationship.” Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 18:4 (2020): 455-476
Hendershot, R.M. and Marsh, S. “Celebrating the Mayflower: 400 years of Anglo-American relations.” Journal of Transatlantic Studies, 18:4 (2020): 405-414.
Hendershot, R.M. and Marsh, S. (eds.) Culture Matters: Anglo-American Relations and the Intangibles of ‘Specialness’. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.
Hendershot, R.M. “Anglo-American narratives in public space: evaluating commemoration and generational transmission of the special relationship.” In R.M. Hendershot and S. Marsh (eds.), Culture Matters: Anglo-American Relations and the Intangibles of ‘Specialness’. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020.
Hendershot, R.M. “Manipulating an Anglo-American Civilizational Identity in the Era of Churchill.” In A.P. Dobson and S. Marsh (eds.), Churchill and the Anglo-American Special Relationship, London: Routledge, 2017.
Hendershot, R.M. “‘Affection is the cement which binds us’: Understanding the Cultural Sinews of the Anglo-American Special Relationship.” In A.P. Dobson and S. Marsh (eds.), Anglo-American Relations: Contemporary Perspectives. London: Routledge, 2012.
Hendershot, R.M. Family Spats: Perception, Illusion, and Sentimentality in the Anglo-American Special Relationship. Saarbrucken: VDM Verlag Publishing, 2008.
Hendershot, R.M. “The Legacy of an Ojibwe Lumber Chief: David Shoppenagon.” The Michigan Historical Review, 29:2 (2003): 40-68.
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