Faculty Directory » Benjamin Lieberman

Economics, History, and Political Science

Office Hours:

Semester: Fall, 2017
*Mondays and Tuesdays
12:30-2:00
*Tentative

Office Information:

Room Number: Miller Hall 303
Phone: 978-665-3090
Email: blieberman@fitchburgstate.edu

Courses Taught:

World Civilizations I (HIST 1000)
World Civilizations II (HIST 1100)
Climate Change and Human History (HIST 2056)
20th Century Europe (HIST 2100)
Europe Today (HIST 2110)
Nazi Germany: Hitler's Rise and Fall (HIST 2155)
Holocaust (HIST 2160)
Honors Seminar History (LEAD/HIST 2225)
Armenian Genocide (HIST 3170)
Europe Today (HIST 2110)
Genocide in World History (HIST 4015)
Senior Seminar (HIST 4500)

Education:

Ph.D., University of Chicago
M.A., University of Chicago
B.A., Yale University
Professor, History, 1993

Research Interests:

Research Interests: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide, Weimar Republic

Current Projects:

Current Projects: Origins of Ethnic Cleansing

Representative Publications:

Representative Publications:Terrible Fate: Ethnic Cleansing and the Making of Modern Europe (Ivan R. Dee, 2006)“Ethnic Cleansing in the Greek-Turkish Conflicts from the Balkan Wars through the Treaty of Lausanne: Identifying and Defining Ethnic Cleansing,” in Steven Bela Vardy and T. Hunt Tooley, eds., Ethnic Cleansing in Twentieth-Century Europe (forthcoming 2003, East European Monographs, Boulder, Colorado; distributed by Columbia University Press)

"From Economic Miracle to Standort Deutschland: Exchanging Economic Metaphors in the Federal Republic of Germany,” German Politics and Society 18 (2000). 30-65.

From Recovery to Catastrophe: Municipal Stabilization and Political Crisis in Weimar Germany, (New York: Berghahn Books, 1998).

Professional Affiliations:

American Historical Association
German Studies Association