Roger Chickering

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Roger Chickering
Occupation Historian, author
Notable works The Great War and Urban Life in Germany: Freiburg, 1914-1918
Website
www9.georgetown.edu/faculty/chickerr/

Roger Chickering is an American historian of the German Empire and World War I. He was a professor at Georgetown University, retiring in 2010.

Education[edit]

Chickering received his doctorate in 1968 at Stanford University, where he studied with Gordon A. Craig. Imperial Germany and a World Without War: The Peace Movement and German Society, 1892-1914, published in 1975, was based on his dissertation.

Career[edit]

Chickering retired from Georgetown University in 2010. While he began his career as a historian focusing on the German Empire, his interests increasingly migrated to the First World War. During his career, he published multiple monographs, edited volumes, and articles.[1]

Selected Publications[edit]

  • War in an age of revolution, 1775-1815. German Historical Institute. 2010. OCLC 429025603. 
  • Freiburg im Ersten Weltkrieg: Totaler Krieg und städtischer Alltag 1914-1918. Schoeningh Verlag, 2009.
  • The Great War and Urban Life in Germany: Freiburg, 1914-1918. Cambridge UP, 2007.
  • A world at total war: global conflict and the politics of destruction, 1937-1945. German Historical Institute. 2005. OCLC 54852979. 
  • Imperial Germany and the Great War, 1914-1918. 2d ed. Cambridge UP, 2004
  • Karl Lamprecht: A German Academic Life (1856-1915). New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1993.
  • We Men Who Feel Most German: A Cultural Study of the Pan-German League, 1886-1914. Boston: Allen & Unwin, 1984.
  • Imperial Germany and a World Without War: The Peace Movement and German Society, 1892-1914. Princeton, N.J: Princeton University Press, 1975.
  • "The Reichsbanner and the Weimar Republic, 1924-26," The Journal of Modern History Vol. 40, No. 4, December 1968.

Endnotes[edit]

  1. ^ "Roger Chickering". Retrieved April 8, 2012.