Paul Jankowski

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Paul Jankowski is a history professor at Brandeis University. Jankowski has given several lectures concerning important world affairs such as the Paris riots. He has written books about events like the Stavisky Affair. He is the Raymond Ginger Professor of History at Brandeis University, and the former chair of the history department. His expertise is in modern French and European history, as well as war and conflict in European history. He did his undergraduate and doctoral work at Oxford University.[1]

Publications[edit]

  • Verdun: The Longest Battle of the Great War (Oxford University Press, 2014)
  • Stavisky: A Confidence Man in the Republic of Virtue (Cornell University Press, 2002)[2]
  • Cette vilaine affaire Stavisky. Histoire d'un scandale politique (Editions Artheme Fayard, 2000)
  • Communism and Collaboration: Simon Sabiani and Politics in Marseille 1919-1944 (London and New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989)
  • Shades of Indignation. Political Scandals in France, Past and present. Oxford and New York: Berghahn, 2008

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