Dr. Nancy Snow is the author/editor of eleven books, including Japan’s Information War, Information War, Propaganda, Inc., the Routledge Handbook of Public Diplomacy, and The Routledge Handbook of Critical Public Relations.
Snow is also a public diplomacy, media and public affairs advisor at Langley Esquire and Global Affairs Director at La Ditta Limited. She is Pax Mundi Professor of Public Diplomacy at Kyoto University and Professor Emeritus of Communications at California State University, Fullerton. Snow was an Abe Fellow at Keio University and was a Fulbright scholar at Sophia University. Snow's government service includes two years in the Presidential Management Fellowship Program at the U.S. Information Agency and U.S. State Department. Snow has been interviewed over 500 times in major media since 9/11, notably for her independent and critical analysis of U.S. foreign and cultural policy in the world, including American efforts to “win hearts and minds” with overseas publics.
Nancy Snow received her Ph.D. in International Relations (magna cum laude) from the School of International Service, The American University, Washington, D.C., and B.A. in Political Science (summa cum laude) from Clemson University, South Carolina. While a graduate student she studied German politics and history at the University of California, Berkeley as a Fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service. As Fulbright Scholar to Germany, she completed graduate study in German and Political Science at the universities of Regensburg, Bayreuth, and Freiburg.
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