In addition to the World History survey (Hist 2c: 1700-present, ), I teach upper division courses covering German history from 1800 to present (Hist ,,), including topical courses about the Nazi Holocaust and other genocides, and their legacies (Hist and seminars and ). My research focuses on how, since 1945, various groups have looked back on events in German history, and what meanings they construct from that retrospection.
In UCSB’s graduate program I teach courses about museums and what is commonly called collective memory ( with many pdf readings), as well as about digital history (201DH: with 2015 syllabus), World History () and German history ().
My has web pages about my research and the full texts of many of . Sections below on this web page have direct links to my more important publications.