HSOC Fall 2016 Speakers Series: Nathan Stolzfus

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Nathan Stoltzfus presents "Hitler's Compromises: Authority and Coercion in Nazi Germany."

Dr. Stoltzfus is an American historian and Rintels Professor of Holocaust Studies in the history department at Florida State University.  His research and publications have focused on collaboration, resistance, and state control in twentieth-century Germany. His most recent work is on the impact of the Cold War and its demise on national memories and representations of World War II. One of his books, Resistance of the Heart: Intermarriage and the Rosenstrasse Protest in Nazi Germany was co-recipient of the Institute of Contemporary History's Fraenkel Prize.



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