Bryan Nakayama

Visiting Instructor in International Relations

Bryan Nakayama's research focuses on the relationship between technology and ways of warfare, specifically in the United States military. Examining topics ranging from the development of space surveillance to the rise of cyberwarfare, he is interested in understanding how social beliefs about the future via-a-vis technology affects how the United States prepares for and wages war. Embracing the multidisciplinary spirit of the international relations major, his work sits at the intersection between political science, social theory, and science and technology studies.

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