Associate Professor of History
Udi Greenberg studies and teaches modern European history. His scholarship and teaching focuses especially on the history of ideas, politics, and gender and sexuality. His work has been supported, among others, by the ACLS, Mellon Foundation, the Volkswagen Foundation, and the DAAD.
The John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding
"Intellectual History and the Fascism Debate: On Analogies and Polemic," Modern Intellectual History 20:2 (2023), 571-581.
"The Remnants of Giorgio Agamben: The Omnibus Homo Sacer Upon its Completion," Journal of The History of Ideas 84:1 (2023), 178-196.
"Freud and the Miseries of Politics," The New Republic (2022).
"Religious Cultures and Confessional Politics in the Weimar Republic," in Benjamin Ziemann and Nadine Rossol (eds.), The Oxford andbook of the Weimar Republic (Oxford University Press, 2021), 681-701 (with Todd Weir).