B.Sc., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., University of British Columbia
Ph.D., University of British Columbia
Dr. Meola is also the Director of Jewish and Holocaust Studies at the University of South Alabama.
German Jews and the Press: Interactions and Influence during the Nineteenth Century (manuscript in progress, under contract with University of Toronto Press)
David A. Meola, ed. A History of Genocide, Volume 4: The Long Nineteenth Century, series editor Paul Bartrop. (forthcoming London: Bloomsbury Press. 2020)See More
Articles and Chapters
“‘Revolutionary Behavior’ - How German Jews became Masters of Their Own Domain, 1750-1850”, Eighteenth Century Thought, Volume 6 (2016), 171-203.
“German Jews and the Local German Press: The Jewish Struggle for Acceptance in Constance, 1846”, Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook, Volume LIX (2014), 59-72
“A Sign of the Times: Baden and the Shift of the Allgemeine Zeitung des Judenthums
over its First Ten Years, 1837-1846.” Michael Nagel and Susanne Marten-Finnis, eds.
The PRESSA, International Press Exhibition in Cologne 1928, and the Jewish Contribution
to Modern Journalism. Volume 2. Bremen: edition lumière. 435-453
HY 102 Western Civilization II
HY 347 The Holocaust
HY 382 (W) - Jewish Americans and Modern American Culture
HY 390 Jewish Influence on 20th Century American Culture
HY 390 The Integration Conundrum: Jews and "The West"
HY 390 - Central European History: from Luther to Bismarck
JHS 101 - Introduction to Jewish and Holocaust Studies