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About Eliza Ablovatski

Eliza Ablovatski joined the Kenyon history department in 2003, after graduate work in East Central European history at Columbia University and research and fellowships in Munich and Berlin, Germany and Budapest, Hungary. She teaches classes on Europe from 1500 to the present, focusing on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Germany, Russia, the Habsburg Monarchy, film, nationalism and identity, gender, race, and the interwar period.
Her dissertation and first book, Revolution and Political Violence in Central Europe: The Deluge of 1919 (forthcoming from Cambridge University Press), focus on the revolutionary upheavals in Munich and Budapest following the First World War, and their relationship to political violence and antisemitism. She is currently researching the occupation of Austria (1945-1955) at the end of the Second World War, and the nuclear idea in postwar Europe. She has also researched and written extensively on the history of Jews in the former Habsburg regional capital of Czernowitz (now Ukraine).

Positions

Present Associate Professor of History, Kenyon College
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Contact Information

P: (740) 427-5892
Acland House 04

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