376 / Hist 387: The Holocaust (Spring 2013)
Nineteenth-Century German Thought (grad) (Spring 2013)
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Germany, First World War, 1918 Revolution, and history of youth, women, nationalism, socialism, and liberalism.
"The Teenager's Revolution: Schuelerraete in the Democratization and Right-Wing Radicalization of Germany, 1918-1923," Central European History 44 (2011): 1-27
in the Fatherless Land: War Pedagogy, Nationalism, and Authority in
Germany, 1914-1918. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010.
"From War Pedagogy to Reform Pedagogy: Education and Youth Reform before 1914 and the Mobilization for War in Germany." Raising Citizens in the "Century of the Child:" Child-rearing and Education in the United States and Central Europe in the 20th Century. Ed. Dirk Schumann. New York: Berghahn Books, forthcoming.
"Why Did German Youth Become Fascists? Nationalist Males Born 1900 to 1908 in War and Revolution." Social History 31 (2006): 337-58.
for Young Nationalists and Militarists: Youth Literature in the First
World War." German Studies Review 27 (2004):
Die deutsche Geschichtsschreibung
History of Childhood and Adolescence
Advanced English: Writing and Grammar
19th-Century Europe: Liberalism and Its Critics
20th-Century Europe: Fascism, Communism, Modernism
Great Books: Greek, Roman, Biblical, and RenaissanceGreat Books: Greek Epic, Drama, History, and Philosophy
|Fellowships for Study and Research in Germany|
DAAD. Contact at UMass for all grants: Regina John
Undergraduate Study Fellowship Program
Graduating Senior and Master's Student Study Fellowship Program
Ph.D. Research Fellowships
8-Week Summer Language Course Fellowship for Graduate Students not in German Studies
3-4 Week Summer Language Course Fellowship (all students)
1-2 Month Research Grant (needs nomination by the chair of German and Scandinavian Studies)
Leo Baeck Institute Fellowship for Ph.D. Candidates in German-Jewish Studies
University Summer Course (juniors to Ph.D.)
Fulbright. Deadline: 18 September 2009, 4pm
Graduating Seniors Study Program. Contact at UMass: Dr. Susan Whitbourne.
Graduating Seniors Teaching Program. Contact at UMass: Dr. Susan Whitbourne.
Graduate Students Study Program. Contact at UMass: Dr. Amanda Seaman
Social Science Research Council
International Dissertation Research Fellowship
Berlin Program (graduate students only)
German and Scandinavian Studies
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