Teaching Fields & Interests:

modern Europe, modern Germany, the modern world, Nazism and fascism, the Holocaust, global & transnational history, urban history and urbanism, politics of memory

Resources for Teaching & Research:
~ list of databases of online primary sources ~ list of films for modern Europe history courses ~ tips for working (better) in archives, Part I & Part II

Teaching Experience:

Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Undergraduate Courses: ~ European Revolutions, 1789-1989 ~ The Holocaust: History & Meaning ~ Seminar in Historical Research and Writing: "Germany in the Modern World" ~ Weimar Germany Graduate Courses: ~ Historiography ~ Introductory Research Seminar: "Germany in the Modern World" ~ Colloquium in Modern European History
Instructor of Record, School of Historical Studies, Tel Aviv University ~ Nazism and the City: Space and Ideology in the “Third Reich”
Teaching Assistant, Making of the Modern World Program, Eleanor Roosevelt College, UC San Diego ~ The Twentieth Century and Beyond, A Global History ~ Exploring the Modern World, 1750 to Present ~ Understanding the Pre-Modern World, the Universal Quest for Wisdom ~ New Ideas and Cross-Cultural Encounters, 1200 CE to 1750 CE ~ Classical and Medieval Traditions, 100 BCE to 100 CE

Teaching Award:

2013-14 Teaching Assistant "Rookie of the Year" award for my work in the Making of the Modern World program at UC San Diego