Associate Professor of History
Fellow, Max Kade German-American Center; Director of History Graduate Program
Department: Max Kade German-American Center, History
Campus Address: CA-503M
B.A. The City College of New York 1989
M.A. Harvard University 1990
Ph.D. Harvard University 1998
Modern Germany and Europe, cultural and intellectual history, historiography, religion, nationalism, and the cultural and intellectual history of war.
Krupp Foundation Research Fellowship in European Studies-Harvard University 1994-95; Research Associate-Center for European Studies, Harvard University 1996-98; OPD Grant-in-Aid for Research, Summer Research Fellowship, Summer Research and Creativity Grant, 2001.
Acting Director of Graduate Studies, History Department (2006-2007)
The Thirty Years' War and German Memory in the Nineteenth Century (University of Nebraska Press, 2007); "Religious Conflict as History" in Religion und Nation (Wallstein, 2004); "The Cult of Gustavus Adolphus" in Protestants, Catholics, and Jews in Germany (Berg, 2001); "A World of Enemies: New Perspectives on German Military Culture" Central European History (June 2006)