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"I completed my Ph.D. in modern European history at Yale University in 1995. My dissertation--"From Revolutionaries to Citizens"--was published by Duke University Press in 2002. After graduate school, I worked at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington, DC) as an editor of the journal "Holocaust and Genocide Studies". There I became involved with a documentary film project on the bombing of Auschwitz more...

"I completed my Ph.D. in modern European history at Yale University in 1995. My dissertation--"From Revolutionaries to Citizens"--was published by Duke University Press in 2002. After graduate school, I worked at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington, DC) as an editor of the journal "Holocaust and Genocide Studies". There I became involved with a documentary film project on the bombing of Auschwitz controversy. Narrated by the late Mike Wallace of the television news program Sixty Minutes, the film "They Looked Away", was released in 2003, and has been screened at numerous film festivals and academic conferences. Since 1998, I have taught a range of modern European history courses at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland (USA). In Fall 2003, I taught at McDaniel’s Budapest Program. In 2004, I was promoted to Associate Professor. From 2004–05, I was a Fulbright fellow at the University of Sarajevo in Bosnia-Herzegovina, where I taught a course on twentieth-century genocide and published both academic and journalistic articles on genocide memory in the former Yugoslavia. In 2005–06, I taught at the International University of Sarajevo.

From 2011–13, I was a Marie Curie Fellow (European Union research program) at the University of Birmingham (UK), where I worked on a book on the memory of the Sarajevo assassination. I am also writing a general history of the assassination for Oxford University Press. I have received additional support for this project from the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Society, and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, where I was in residence in spring 2008. I have published my work in journals including The Austrian History Yearbook, The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, the American Historical Review, the Journal of Genocide Research, and the Chronicle of Higher Education. In addition to my native English, I speak/read French, German, and Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian.

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fee: $82 (for 60 min)
travel distance: 12 miles
meeting type: in-person (not online)

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Arizona State University, History and Zoology

Yale University, PhD

Washington, DC 20001

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European History - World History