Sarah K Danielsson, Associate Professor
Office Phone: +1-718-281-5044
- War and Social Movements, may 10, 2019
- War and Imprisonment, May 11, 2018
- War and the Urban Context, May 19, 2017
- War and Sexual Violence Conference, April 28-29, 2016
- War and Geography Conference, May 1 2015
Sarah Danielsson received her BA in History and Philosophy from City College (2000) and her PhD in History from the University of Minnesota (2005). She also teaches at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Sarah Danielsson is the Executive Director for the CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences.
Her research and teaching interests include, modern European intellectual history, history of nationalism and nation-states, history of genocide and human rights, history of geography/historical geography, modern central European history, trans-national history, history of ideas.
She is an Associate Editor of Journal of Genocide Research, an international peer-reviewed journal published by Taylor and Francis, Oxford. She is also a member of the International Advisory Board of Global Humanities, an international peer-reviewed journal, and a series editor of War (Hi)stories at Ferdinand Schöningh.
Professor Danielsson helped bring a National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant to the Queensborough Holocaust Center ($500,000 grant), and during the 2012-2013 Academic Year she directed the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) funded seminar series, entitled "Genocide, Justice and Human Rights." ($50,000 grant). She is also a recipeint of numerous PSC-CUNY research grants (ranging between $3500-$6000).
Professor Danielsson is a member of the International Network of Genocide Scholars (INoGS), German Studies Association (GSA), American Historical Association (AHA), Society for French Historical Studies (SFHS). She is also a member of the Columbia University Faculty Seminar on Law and Politics, and the New York Area Seminar in Intellectual and Cultural History.
Undergraduate Courses Taught: Modern European History;Modern Western Civilizations; History of the Holocaust; History of Genocide in the Twentieth Century; Fascism, Nazism Communism; Europe and the World Since 1945; Nationalism and Identity Politics.
Graduate Courses Taught: Transformations of Modernity; Readings in Fascism; Enlightenment and Critique
Select Recent Publications:
War and Sexual Violence: New Perspectives (Shöningh, forthcoming 2019 [Brill])
Intellectual Antisemitism, ed. with Frank Jacob (Königshausen & Neumann: Würtzburg, 2018)
War and Geography: The Spatiality of Mass Violence , ed. (Shöningh, 2016 [Brill])
The Explorer's Roadmap to National-Socialism: Sven Hedin, Geography and the Path to Genocide (Routledge, 2016)
The Explorer's Roadmap to National-Socialism: Sven Hedin, Geography and the Path to Genocide (Ashgate, 2012) *A Baker and Taylor Academic Essentials Title In Genocide Studies*
"Pan-Nationalism Reframed: Nationalism, 'Diaspora,' the role of the 'Nation-State' and the Global Age," Nationalism and Globalisation (Routledge, 2011)
"Creating Genocidal Space: Geographers and the Discourse of Annihilation, 1880-1933," Space and Polity, (Routledge, 2009)