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Mark Roseman

Borns Jewish Studies Program

Expert Bio

Mark Roseman, director of the Borns Jewish Studies Program at IU Bloomington, is a historian of modern Europe, with particular interests in the history of the Holocaust and in modern German history. His publications have covered a wide range of topics in German, European and Jewish history, including Holocaust survival and memory; Nazi policy and perpetrators; the social impact of total war; post-1945 German and European reconstruction; and Jewish and other minorities in modern German history.

He is the author of “The Wannsee Conference and the Final Solution: A Reconsideration,” considered the definitive account in a pivotal Nazi discussion of the fate of Europe’s Jews.

Areas of Expertise

History of the Holocaust, antisemitism, 20th-century German history, European post-1945 reconstruction, comparative history, including German-Japanese comparisons.

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