Stephan Malinowski is a lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Edinburgh. He was trained at the Freie Universität, the Technische Universität and the Humboldt University in Berlin, at the University of Montpellier, the European University Institute in Florence and at the Centre for European Studies at Harvard. He taught modern European history at the three universities of Berlin, in Cologne and Dublin. His research focuses on 20th century German history, particularly on the history of the Third Reich, and on the history of European colonial wars in the 20th century.
– Vom König zum Führer. Deutscher Adel und Nationalsozialismus, Fischer 2003.
– “Europeanization through Violence? War Experiences and the Making of Modern Europe”, in: Europeanization in the Twentieth Century. Historical Approaches, edited by Martin Conway and Kiran Klaus Patel, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, pp. 189-210. (with Robert Gerwarth)
– “L’antichambre de l’Holocauste? À propos du débat sur les violences coloniales et la guerre d’extermination nazie”, in: Vingtième Siècle. Revue d’histoire, n°99, Octobre (2008), p. 143-159. (with Robert Gerwarth).
– “Transformative Invasions: Western Post-9/11 Counterinsurgency and the Lessons of European Colonialism”, in: Humanity. International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism and Development 3/1 (2012), p. 35-63. (with Moritz Feichtinger).
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