B.Sc., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
M.A., University of British Columbia
Ph.D., University of British Columbia
German Jews and the Press: Interactions and Influence during the Nineteenth Century (manuscript in progress, under contract with University of Toronto Press)
Articles and Chapters
“‘Revolutionary Behavior’ - How German Jews became Masters of Their Own Domain, 1750-1850”, Eighteenth Century Thought, Volume 6 (2015), forthcoming
“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 390 Jewish Influence on 20th Century American Culture
HY 390 The Integration Conundrum: Jews and "The West"