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About Mikkel Dack

My research is focused on the Allied occupation of Germany following World War Two and the cultural, psychological, and emotional effects of denazification. My current book project examines the infamous denazification questionnaire (Fragebogen) and considers its consequences for German memory.

Positions

2018 - Present Assistant Professor, History, Rowan University College of Humanities & Social Sciences
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2017 - 2018 Visiting Assistant Professor, History, Syracuse University ‐ Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
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2016 - 2017 Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, History, Syracuse University ‐ Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs
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Curriculum Vitae


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Grants

2012 - 2014 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant
Government of Canada
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Honors and Awards

  • Nominee, Governor General's Academic Gold Medal, 2016
  • Arthur J. E. Child Memorial Award in History, 2014
  • University of Waterloo Excellent Major Research Paper Library Award, 2008

Education

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2016 D.Phil., History, University of Calgary
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2010 Certificate, German Studies, Helmut Schmidt Universitat
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2008 M.A., History, University of Waterloo
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2006 B.A., History, University of Calgary
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2006 Certificate, European Studies, Freie Universitat Berlin
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Book Chapters (6)

Journal Articles (2)