John Connelly (historian)

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John Connelly is an American historian and professor at the University of California, Berkeley.[1] His interest include modern East and Central European history, comparative education, and history of nationalism.[2]

His 2000 book Captive University: The Sovietization of East German, Czech, and Polish Higher Education, 1945-1956 was the winner of the 2001 George Louis Beer Prize, American Historical Association.[3]

Bibliography[edit]

  • 2000: Captive University. The Sovietization of East German, Czech, and Polish Higher Education, 1945-1956 (University of North Carolina Press, ISBN 978-0-8078-4865-4 (a book review)
  • 2005: (with Michael Grüttner) Universities Under Dictatorship (Pennsylvania State University Press), ISBN 0-271-02695-2[4]
  • 2012: From Enemy to Brother: The Revolution in Catholic Teaching on the Jews, 1933-1965 (Harvard University Press), ISBN 978-0-6740-5782-1

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://history.berkeley.edu/john-connelly
  2. ^ John Connelly profile at the UC Berkeley
  3. ^ Captive University by John Connelly, University of North Carolina Press.
  4. ^ Review in The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 80, Number 3 (September 2008).