Priya Satia

Photo of Priya SatiaPhoto | Steve CastilloPriya Satia is the award-winning author of Spies in Arabia and Empire of Guns. The Raymond A. Spruance Professor of International History and Professor of British History at Stanford University, she has written for the Financial Times, The Nation, Time, the Washington Post, and other outlets.

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Cover: Time’s Monster: How History Makes HistoryTime’s Monster: How History Makes HistorySatia, PriyaHARDCOVER10/20/2020$29.95
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