Faculty and Areas of Expertise

As you can see from the following list of scholars and scholarship, our broad range of methodologies converge on intersections between culture, religion, society, and politics, especially, but not exclusively, in authoritarian contexts ranging from Ancient Rome, the Medieval world, Renaissance principalities, Tudor-Stuart England, Reformation-era Germany, Imperial Russia,Imperial Britain, Conservative France, Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany,  the Soviet Union, Modern Eastern Europe, and the Balkans.  Within these general areas, the cultures of Nationalism, Imperialism, Fascism, Christianity, and Colonialism are of particular interest to our faculty. Our comparative explorations of the transnational dimensions of these issues, across European borders and extending to global issues of colonialism and decolonization, are consistent with the cutting edges of European historiography, as well as the main themes of most job descriptions in European History.

  • Ancient, Medieval and Renaissance European History
    • Leslie Dossey
      • Ph.D. Harvard University: Ancient
      • Research Interests:
        • Social and cultural history of late antiquity
        • Material culture
        • Patristic sermons and exegesis
      • Representative Publications:
        • "The social space of North African asceticism." In H. Dey - E. Fentress (eds.), Western Monasticism ante litteram: The Spaces of Monastic Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Disciplina monastica. Turhout, Brepols, forthcoming.
        • Peasant and Empire in Christian North Africa. University of California Press, forthcoming, 2010.
        • "Wife Beating and Manliness in Late Antiquity." Past & Present199, 2008: 3-40.
        • "The End of Vandal Africa: An Arian Commentary on Job and its Historical Context," Journal of Theological Studies, 2003.
        • "Judicial violence and the ecclesiastical courts in late antique North Africa." In The Transformation of Law and Society in Late Antiquity. Edited by Ralph Mathisen. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001.
    • Theresa Gross-Diaz
      • Ph.D. Northwestern: Medieval History
      • Research Interests:
        • Commentaries on Bible (esp. Psalms)
        • Schools and early universities
        • Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela and to Rome
        • Indulgences
      • Representative Publications:
        • The Psalms Commentary of Gilbert of Poitiers: from Lectio Divina to the Lecture Room. Brill: Leiden, 1996.
        • "What's a good soldier to do? Nicholas of Lyra on the Psalms" in:The Biblical Commentaries of Nicholas of Lyra, Lesley Smith and Philip Krey, eds. Brill: Leiden, 2000.
        • Gilbertus Porretanus, Commentarius in Psalmos: edition of text; in progress.
        • The Tradition of Psalms Commentary in the Latin Middle Ages(editor & contributor) Forthcoming, Brill.
    • John McManamon
      • Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1984: Renaissance
      • Research Interests:
        • Renaissance Europe, 
        • Italian Renaissance humanism, 
        • Paleography and codicology, 
        • Medieval nautical archaeology.
      • Representative Publications:
        • The Text and Contexts of Ignatius Loyola’s “Autobiography”. New York: Fordham University Press, 2013.
        • “Res aut res publica: The Evidence from Renaissance Manuscripts and Their Owners.” Religions 3 (2012): 210-27.
        • With Jeffrey G. Royal. “At the Transition from Medieval to Early Modern: The Archaeology of Three Deepwater Wrecks from Turkey.” The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 39 (2010): 327-44.
        • With Jeffrey G. Royal. “Three Renaissance Wrecks from Turkey and Their Implications for Maritime History in the Eastern Mediterranean.” The Journal of Maritime Archaeology 4 (2009): 103-29.
        • “Catholic Identity and Anti-Semitism in a Eulogy for Isabel ‘the Catholic.’” The Journal of Ecumenical Studies 42 (2007): 196-216.
        • With Frederick M. Hocker. “Mediaeval Shipbuilding in the Mediterranean and Written Culture at Venice.” Mediterranean Historical Review 21 (2006): 1-37.
        • English translation: Maurizio Bettini. Classical Indiscretions.London: Duckworth, 2001 (Italian original, I classici nell’età dell’indiscrezione. Turin: Einaudi, 1995).
        • Pierpaolo Vergerio the Elder and Saint Jerome: An Edition and Translation of “Sermones pro SanctoHieronymo”, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 177. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1999.
        • Pierpaolo Vergerio the Elder: The Humanist as Orator, Medieval & Renaissance Texts & Studies 163. Tempe: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 1996.
        • Funeral Oratory and the Cultural Ideals of Italian Humanism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989.
    • Barbara H. Rosenwein
      • Ph.D. University of Chicago (1974): Medieval
      • Research Interests:
        • European medieval history
        • history of emotions, 
        • monasticism
        • immunities.
      • Representative Publications:
        • Emotional Communities in the Early Middle Ages (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 2006; paperback, 2007).
        • Negotiating Space: Power, Restraint, and Privileges of Immunity in Early Medieval Europe (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1999).
        • To Be the Neighbor of St. Peter: The Social Meaning of Cluny's Property, 909‑1049 (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1989).
        • Anger’s Past: The Social Uses of an Emotion in the Middle Ages, editor (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1988).
        • Rhinoceros Bound: Cluny in the Tenth Century (Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1982).
        • A Short History of the Middle Ages (Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 2001; 2d ed., 2004; 3d ed, University of Toronto Press, 2009)
        • The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures (Boston: Bedford, 2001; 2d ed., 2005; 3d ed., 2009; 4th ed., 2012), with Lynn Hunt, Thomas R. Martin, and Bonnie G. Smith.
  • Early Modern European History
    • Robert Bireley, S.J.
      • Ph.D. Harvard University, 1972: European History
      • Research Interests:
        • Early Modern Catholicism; 
        • Thirty Years War; 
        • Early Modern Political Thought; 
        • History of the Jesuits
      • Current Research:
        • Biography of Emperor Ferdinand II (1578-1637)
      • Representative Publications:
        • The Jesuits and the Thirty Years War. Kings, Courts, and Confessors. Cambridge U.P., 2003.
        • The Refashioning of Catholicism, 1450-1700: A Reassessment of the Counter Reformation. London: Macmillan and Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1999.
        • The Counter-Reformation Prince. Antimachiavellianism or Catholic Statecraft in Early Modern Europe. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1990.
        • Politics and Religion in the Age of the Counterreformation: Emperor Ferdinand II, William Lamormaini, S.J., and the Formation of Imperial Policy. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1981.
        • Maximilian von Bayern, Adam Contzen, S.J., und die Gegenreformation in Deutschland 1624-1635. Schriftenreihe der Historischen Kommission bei der bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Schrift 13, Göttingen, 1975, pp. 241.
        • "The Catholic Reform, Jews, and Judaism," in Jews, Judaism, and the Reformation, eds. Dean Bell and Stephen J. Burnett. Studies in Central European History XXXVII (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2006): 249-68.
        • Redefining Catholicism: Trent and beyond. The Cambridge History of Christianity 6: Reform and Expansion, 1500-1660. Ed. R. Po-chia Hsia. Cambridge, 2007, 145-61.
        • "Early Modern Catholicism," in Reformation and Early Modern Europe: a Guide to Research, ed. David M. Whitford, Sixteenth Century Studies and Essays (Kirksville MO, 2008): 57-79.
        • "The Jesuits and Politics: Self-appraisal at papal behest 1645/46," in Historische Anstösse: Festschrijt für Wolfgang Reinhard, ed. Peter Burschel et al (Wiesbaden, 2002): 315-25.
        • Les jésuites et la conduite de l'État baroque," in Les jésuites à l'âge baroque 1540-1640, eds. Luce Giard et Louis de Vaucelles (Grenoble: Jérôme Millon, 1996): 229-42.
        • "Neue Orden, Katholische Reform und Konfessionalisierung," in Die katholische Konfessionalisierung, eds. Wolfgang Reinhard and Heinz Schilling (Münster: Aschendorff, 1995), pp. 145-57 (Reformationsgeschichtliche Studien und Texte, 135).
        • "Scholasticism and Reason of State," in Aristotelismo politico e ragion di stato, ed. A. Enzo Baldini (Florence: Olschki, 1995): pp. 83-101.(Fondazione Luigi Firpo, Centro di Studi sul pensiero politico, Studi e Testi, 4).
        • "Confessional Absolutism in the Habsburg Lands in the Seventeenth Century," in State and Society in Early Modern Austria, ed. Charles W. Ingrao (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, 1994), pp. 36-53.
        • "Ferdinand II, Founder of the Habsburg Monarchy," in Crown, Church, and Estates: Central European Politics in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, eds. R.J.W. Evans and Trevor Thomas (London: Macmillan, 1991), pp. 226-44.
        • "Two Works by Jean Delumeau: A Review Article," Catholic Historical Review 77, 1 (Jan. 1991): 78-88.
        • "Hofbeichtväter und Politik im 17. Jahrhundert," in Ignatianisch: Eigenart und Methode der Gesellschaft Jesu, eds. Michael Sievernich, S.J., and Gunter Switek, S.J. (Freiburg, 1990): 386-403.
    • Robert O. Bucholz
      • D. Phil., University of Oxford, 1988: Early Modern Britain
      • Fields of Interest: 
        • Early-modern Britain, 
        • British Court and Royal Household 1660-1901, 
        • Early-modern London
      • Representative Publications
        • London: A Social and Cultural History, 1550-1750 with J. P. Ward (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
        • “The Stomach of a Queen or Size Matters: Gender, Body Image, and the Historical Reputation of Queen Anne” in Queens and Power in Early Modern England, ed. C. Levin and R. Bucholz (University of Nebraska Press, 2009).
        • Early Modern England 1485-1714: A Narrative History, with N.E. Key (Basil Blackwell, Ltd., 2004; 2nd ed. Wiley-Blackwell, 2009).
        • Officials of the Royal Household 1660-1837, ed. With Sir John Sainty, 2 vols. (Institute of Historical Research, 1997-98).
        • The Augustan Court: Queen Anne and the Decline of Court Culture(Stanford University Press, 1993).
  • Modern European History
    • Anthony Cardoza
      • Ph.D. Princeton: Modern European History
      • Research Interests:
        • History of Elites
        • History of Fascism
        • Modern Italian History
      • Major Publications:
        • Agrarian Elites and Italian Fascism. Princeton University Press, 1982. (Winner of Howard R. Marraro Prize, Society for Italian Historical Studies)
        • Aristocrats in Bourgeois Italy. Cambridge University Press, 1997. (Winner of Howard R. Marraro Prize, American Historical Association)
        • Benito Mussolini: The First Fascist. Longman, 2005
        • History of Turin/Storia di Torino. Elnaudi, 2006 (Co-authored with Geoffrey Symcox)
    • David B. Dennis
      • Ph.D. UCLA, 199:1 Modern European Intellectual and Cultural History
      • Research Interests:
        • Modern German History
        • History of Western Humanities
        • Music and History
        • Beethoven Studies
        • History of National Socialism 
      • Representative Publications: 
        • Inhumanities: Nazi Interpretations of Western Culture (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
        • Beethoven in German Politics, 1870-1989 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996). 
        • “Wagner Propaganda during National Socialism,” in Nicholas Vazsonyi, ed., The Cambridge Wagner Encylopedia (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
        •  “Moving Academic Department Functions to Social Networks and Clouds: Initial Experiences,” Computing in Science and Engineering , co-authored with George K. Thiruvathukal and Konstantin Läufer (Vol. 13, No.5, Sept-Oct 2011), pp. 84-89.
        • “Their Meister’s Voice”: The Reception of Richard Wagner and his Music in the Völkischer Beobachter: Book chapter for Joseph K. So (Trent University) and Roy Moodley (University of Toronto) Editors, Opera in a Multicultural World: Critical Perspectives on Race, Culture and Ethnicity in Opera (University of Toronto Press) Submitted Fall 2010.
        •  “Nietzsche Reception as Philosopher of Führermenschen in the Main Nazi Newspaper,”: International Journal of the Humanities. Volume 5, Issue 7, Winter 2007, pp. 39-48.
        • “The Most German of all German Operas: Die Meistersinger Through the Lens of the Third Reich: book chapter for Nicholas Vazsonyi, ed. Wagner’s Meistersinger: Performance, History, Representation (University of Rochester Press), 2003, pp. 98-119. 
        •  “Honor Your German Masters: The Use and Abuse of ‘Classical’ Composers in Nazi Propaganda”: Journal of Political and Military Sociology, special issue on classical music and politics, Volume 30, No. 2 (Winter) 2002. . 
        • “Beethoven At Large: Reception in Literature, the Arts, Philosophy, and Politics” in Glenn Stanley, ed., Cambridge Companion to Beethoven (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, May 2000), 292-305. 
        • “Brahms’s Requiem eines Unpolitischen,” for Nicholas Vazsonyi, ed., Searching for Common Ground: Diskurse zur deutschen Identität 1750-1871 (Weimar and Wien, Böhlau, 2000), 283-298. 
        •  “Crying ‘Wolf’? A Review Essay on Recent Wagner Literature for the German Studies Review, February 2001, 145-158. 
        • Review Essay on Recent Literature about Music and German Politics for the German Studies Review, October 1997, 429-432. 
    • Aidan Forth
      • Ph.D., Stanford University, 2012: Modern Britain
      • Research Interests:
        • Modern Britain,
        •  imperialism and colonialism, 
        • violence and humanitarianism in liberal empires, 
        • global and transnational history
      • Representative Publications:
        • Prof. Forth is completing his first book, tentatively entitled An Empire of Camps: British Imperialism and the Concentration of Civilians, 1876-1903, which explores the British imperial pedigree of an emblematic institution of modern war and post-colonial conflict: the concentration camp.
    • Edin Hajdarpasic
      • Ph.D., University of Michigan: Modern Eastern Europe
      • Research Interests:
        • Balkan history
        • Cultural studies
        • Nationalism, empire, state formation
        • Islam/Eastern Europe (19th-21st c.)
        • Yugoslav states
      • Representative Publications:
        • "Kosovo's Year Zero: Between a Balkan Past and a European Future," with Emil Kerenji, Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective (Ohio State University, March 2009, Vol. 2, No. 6).
        • "Out of the Ruins of the Ottoman Empire: Reflections on the the Ottoman Legacy in South-Eastern Europe," Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. 44, No. 5 (2008), 715-734.
        • "Museums, Multiculturalism, and the Remaking of Postwar Sarajevo," in (Re)Visualizing National History: Museums and National Identities in Europe in the New Millenium, ed. Robin Ostow (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2008), 109-139.
        • "The phantom of justice," Eurozine: Network of cultural journals, April. 2006.
        • Review (in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian) of Islam and Bosnia: Conflict Resolution and Foreign Policy in Multi-Ethnic States, ed. Maya Shatzmiller, in Prilozi Instituta za istoriju u Sarajevu, Vol. 33 (2004).
    • Elizabeth Hemenway
      • Ph.D., University of North Carolina, 1999: Russian and Soviet History
      • Research Interests:
        • Twentieth-Century Russia and Eastern Europe
        • Women's and Gender History
      • Publications:
        • "Lytis, tikêjimas ir kinas: Žvilgsnis į vėlyvąsias socialistines visuomenes per katalikybės objektyvą,” Naujasis židinys-aidai, no. 5 (2011), 328-337. (Lithuania)
        • "Gender, Faith, and Film: Viewing Late Socialist Societies through a Catholic Lens," essay for Democracy, Culture, and Catholicism International Research Project (DCCIRP), sponsored by the Hank Center for Catholic Intellectual Heritage, Loyola University Chicago.
        • "Imagining the Nation as Family: Narratives of Revolution in Russia, 1905-1925," book manuscript, forthcoming.
        • (co-author) "Losing Ground but Finding the High Road: Teaching Women's Studies in Post-Katrina New Orleans," NWSA Journal, vol. 20, no. 3 (Fall 2008), 185-192.
        • "Mothers of Communists: Women Revolutionaries and the Construction of a Soviet Identity," in Gender and Nationality in Russian Culture, ed. Andrea Lanoux and Helena Goscilo (DeKalb, Illinois: Northern Illinois University Press, 2006), 75-92. (Winner of the 2006 Heldt Prize for the best article in Slavic/East European/Eurasian women's studies, awarded by the Association for Women in Slavic Studies)
        • "Nicholas in Hell: Re-writing the Tsarist Narrative in the Revolutionary Skazki of 1917," Russian Review, vol. 60, no. 2 (April 2001), 185-204.
    • Suzanne Kaufman
      • Ph.D. Rutgers University, 1996: Modern European History
      • Research Interests:
        • Modern European Social and Cultural History, 
        • Modern France, 
        • History of Religion and popular Culture, 
        • Gender/Women's History
      • Current Research:
        • Ethnicity and Masculinity in the French Foreign Legion
      • Publications:
        • "Our Lady of Lourdes: Faith and Commerce at a Marian Shrine," (Condium: International Review of Theology, vol. 44, no. 4 (2008): 148-160. (Printed simultaneously in English, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch and Portuguese).
        • Consuming Visions: Mass Culture and the Lourdes Shrine (Cornell University Press, 2005).
        • "Selling Lourdes: Pilgrimage, Tourism, and the Mass-Marketing of the Sacred in Nineteenth-Century France," in Being Elsewhere: Tourism, Consumer Culture and Identity in Modern Europe and North America, eds., Shelley Baranowski and Ellen Furlough (University of Michigan Press, 2001).
        • "Navigating Place and Community in the History of Popular Religion," Review Essay, Journal of Urban History (January, 2001).
    • Michael Khodarkovsky
      • Ph.D. University of Chicago: Russian History
      • Research interests:
        • Early Modern and Imperial Russian History
      • Representative Publications:
        • From frontier to empire: Russia's southern frontier and formation of the empire, 16th-18th centuries
        • Not by word alone: Missionary policies and religious conversion in Russia, 1550-1780s
        • Constructing boundaries and identities in the south-east of the Russian empire, 16th-18th centuries
        • Of Christianity, enlightenment and colonialism: Russia in the North Caucasus before the nineteenth century
        • Where Two Worlds Met: The Russian State and the Kalmyk Nomads, 1600-1771 (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1992, paperback 2006)
        • Of Religion and Empire: Missions, Conversion and Tolerance in Tsarist Russia, editor with Robert Geraci (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2001).
        • Russia's Steppe Frontier: The Making of a Colonial Empire, 1500-1800 (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2002, paperback 2004).
        • "Bitter Choices: Loyalty and Betrayal in the Russian Conquest of the North Caucasus" (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 2011).
        • Imperial Visions, Policies and Impacts: Eurasian Empires in Comparative Perspective.
        • Between Asiatic and Oriental: The Russian Empire in the East: 1700-1917 (current project)
        • Selected Articles:
        • "Seeking Identity in Imperial Russia: The Case of the North Caucasus," in The Russian Empire Reconsidered (Helsinki, Finland, 2008), pp. 124-38.
        • "From Frontier to Empire: The Concept of the Frontier in Russia, 16-18th Centuries," in International Conference "The Role of the Frontier in Russian History, 8-18th Centuries," Chicago, May 29-31, 1992. Russian History 19 (1992): 115-128.
        • "The Stepan Razin Uprising: Was It a 'Peasant War'?" Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 42, no. 1 (1994): 1-19.
        • "La conquête de l'Est" in Autrement "Les Sibériens" 78 (1994): 64-79
        • "Not by Word Alone: Missionary Policies and Religious Conversion in Early Modern Russia" Comparative Studies in Society and History 38, no. 2 (1996): 267-93.
        • "Ignoble Savages and Unfaithful Subjects: Constructing non-Christian Identities in Early Modern Russia," in The Russian Orient: Imperial Strategies and Oriental Encounters, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1997), pp. 8-32.
        • "V korolevstve krivykh zerkal: Osnovy rossiiskoi politiki na Severnom Kavkaze do zavoevatel'nykh voin 19 veka," in Chechnya i Rossia: Obshchestva i gosudarstva (Moscow, 1999), pp. 19-39.
        • "Of Christianity, Enlightenment and Colonialism: Russia in the North Caucasus, 1550-1800," The Journal of Modern History 71, no. 2 (1999): 394-430.
        • "Russia's Colonial Frontiers in the Eighteenth Century: From the North Caucasus to Central Asia" in Extending the Borders of Russian History, Festschrift for Alfred Rieber (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2002).
        • Cambridge History of Russia, 3 vols. (vol. 1, ch. 14: 317-37 and ch. 22: 520-38) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006).
        • "Why Is There No Switzerland in the North Caucasus?" inFestschrift fur Andreas Kappeler (Frankfurt, 2009): 321-338.
        • "The Return of Lieutenant Atarshchikov: Empire and Identity in Asiatic Russia" in AB Imperio 1 (2009): 149-64.
    • Prudence A. Moylan
      • Ph.D., University of Illinois-Urbana, 1975: Modern British History
      • Research Interests:
        • Women's and gender history
        • Peace studies
      • Publications:
        • Mundelein Voices: The Women's College Experience, eds., Ann Harrington, B.V.M. and Prudence Moylan, Chicago, IL.: Loyola University Press, 2001.
        • "Sophia and Sophistry: Gender and Western Civilization" inMeeting The Challenge: Innovative Feminist Pedagogy in Action, Ellen Rose Cronin and Maralee Mayberry, eds. N.Y.: Routledge, 1999.
        • "Local Government", in Victorian Britain: an Encyclopedia. (1986).
        • The Form and Reform of County Government: Kent, 1889-1914. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1978.
    • Stephen Schloesser, S.J.
      • Ph.D. Stanford University, 1999: Modern European History
      • Research Interests:
        • Intellectual-cultural history of religion
        • Catholicism
        • Jesuits
      • Publications:
        • “The Charm of Impossibilities: Mystic Surrealism as Contemplative Voluptuousness.” In Messiaen the Theologian, ed. Andrew Shenton (Ashgate, 2010), 163-182.
        • “The Rise of a Mystic Modernism. Maritain and the Sacrificed Generation of the Twenties.” In The Maritain Factor: Taking Religion Into Interwar Modernism ( KADOC Studies On Religion, Culture and Society 7 ), eds. Rajesh Heynickx and Jan De Maeyer (Leuven University Press/Presses Universitaires de Louvain/Universitaire Pers Leuven; distributed in North America by Cornell University Press, 2010), 28-39.
        • “Vivo ergo cogito: Modernism as Temporalization and its Discontents: A Propaedeutic to This Collection.” In The Reception of Pragmatism in France and the Rise of Catholic Modernism, 1890-1914, ed. David Schultenover (Catholic University of America Press, 2009), 21-58.
        • Mystic Masque: Reality and Semblance in Georges Rouault, 1871-1958. Edited by Stephen Schloesser (McMullen Museum of Art; distributed by the University of Chicago Press, 2008). Exhibition catalog for: http://www.bc.edu/bc_org /avp/cas/artmuseum/exhibitions/archive/mystic-masque/index.html
        • “The Unbearable Lightness of Being: Re-sourcing Catholic Intellectual Traditions.” In Cross Currents 58/1 (Spring 2008): 65-94. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1939-3881.2008.00005.x/pdf
        • “Against Forgetting: Memory, History, Vatican I.” In Vatican II: Did Anything Happen?, ed. David Schultenover, (Continuum, 2008), 92-152.ed.
        • “‘Not behind but within’: sacramentum et res.” In Renascence 58/1 (Fall 2005): 17-39. [Issue on Denise Levertov]
        • Jazz-Age Catholicism: Mystic Modernism in Postwar Paris, 1919-1933. (University of Toronto Press, 2005).
    • Marek Suszko
      • Ph.D., University of Illinois, Chicago, 2004: Modern European History
      • Research Interests:
        • Modern Poland
        • Modern Eastern Europe
        • History of Nationalism
        • History of Communisrn
      • Publications:
        • Manuscript in Progress: Building a Socialist Nation: Stalinist Poland 1945-1956




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