Former Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellow Mikael D. WolfeFormer Visiting Fellow Mikael D. Wolfe has earned tenure as an associate professor of history at Stanford University. His second book project is on the impact of climate and geography on the origins and early years of the Cuban Revolution.

Wolfe continues to stay in close touch with the Kellogg Institute, particularly through Faculty Fellow Ted Beatty, with whom he is collaborating along with other historians on an edited volume about the global history of engineering. Most recently, he was at Kellogg this fall for a conference on the book project.