Konrad H. Jarausch’s Research Interests, continued

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At the same time he has been involved in discussions about quantitative methods in history, problems of postmodernism, and questions of European memory culture. After editing the World War Two letters of his father and writing about the transformation of the Humboldt University in Berlin in 1989, he is beginning to work on a comprehensive history of Europe in the twentieth century, focused on the theme of “Taming Modernity.”

He has co-founded the UNC Center for European Studies, finished co-directing a new research institute on contemporary history in Potsdam, Germany, and has now returned to full-time teaching in Chapel Hill. He is devoting special efforts to training advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

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