Noah Strote earned his Ph.D. at UC Berkeley in 2011 and also studied at Columbia University in the City of New York and the Humboldt University of Berlin in Germany. He offers lectures in modern European history and German history as well as seminars in selected topics such as Fascism and National Socialism, imperialism, the Holocaust, and the Cold War. His current research focuses on encounters between African Americans and European immigrants and emigrants in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and he is co-director of a curricular initiative funded by the Teagle Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities to reinvigorate the liberal arts at NC State.
Lions and Lambs: Conflict in Weimar and the Creation of Post-Nazi Germany (Yale University Press, 2017)
“Sources of Christian-Jewish Cooperation in Early Cold War Germany,” in Is There a Judeo-Christian Tradition (De Gruyter, 2016), 75-100
“The Birth of the ‘Psychological Jew’ in an Age of Ethnic Pride” New German Critique 115 (2012), 199-224
Ph.D. History University of California, Berkeley 2011
B.A. History Columbia University 2002
Area(s) of Expertise
Twentieth-Century Europe, Transatlantic Connections, Nationalism, Socialism, Antisemitism, Social Thought, Imperialism