Professor, History Department
Holocaust, Auschwitz, concentration camps, Russian history, Central European history (especially Germany and Poland)
1975 Ph.D., University of Chicago
1969 M.A., University of Chicago
1968 B.A., Stanford University
Br. Louis Seiler Teaching Award (the College of Arts and Sciences Teaching Award) in 2006.
Review of Nayan Chanda’s “Bound Together: How traders, preachers, adventurers, and warriors shaped globalization,” Journal of World History, 20(2), June 2009.
“Strategies for Long-Term Survival in Auschwitz-Monowitz” article in Emerging Issues in Holocaust Education. Seton Hill University, 2009.
“Prisoner Run Hospital at KL Auschwitz III-Buna-Monowitz” presentation at University of Portland conference “History What We Choose to Remember” April 16, 2010.