Helmut Walser Smith

Helmut Walser Smith (born 10 December 1962, in Freiburg, Germany) was named in 2004 to the Martha Rivers Ingram chair as Professor of History at Vanderbilt University[http://www.vanderbilt.edu/historydept/smith_h.html]. His teaching and writing focus on modern German history, especially the long nineteenth century. He has served on the editorial boards of ''Central European History'' and the ''Journal of Modern History'' and in 2011–12 was past president of the Conference Group on Central European History of the American Historical Association. From 2005 to 2008, he was Director of the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities at Vanderbilt and in 2014 received a Guggenheim Fellowship.

Smith earned a B.A. at Cornell University in 1984, and received his PhD from Yale University in 1992, where his 1991 dissertation was on nationalism and religion in Wilhelmine Germany. Provided by Wikipedia
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    by Smith, Helmut Walser, 1962-
    Published 2002
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