History Department

Barry Jackisch

Barry Jackisch

Barry Jackisch is a visiting associate professor working in modern European and world history. He received his Ph.D. from the State University of New York-Buffalo (SUNY), and specializes in the history of Germany, antisemitism and the Holocaust, as well as comparative approaches to war, genocide, human rights, race, and the environment. His first book, The Pan-German League and Radical Nationalist Politics in Interwar Germany, 1918-1939 (Ashgate, 2012), examines an extremist antisemitic political organization independent from the Nazis and its role in destabilizing Germany’s inter-war democracy. Dr. Jackisch has also published six additional articles on topics including Nazi propaganda and the press and Berlin’s urban environment.

Jackisch’s teaching interests include race in European history, Modern Germany, Nazism and the Holocaust, Comparative Genocide, Russia and Eastern Europe, the Age of World Wars, and global and urban environmental history.

Contact Information:

Office:  University Hall 5210-K
Phone:  419-530-2609
Email:  barry.jackisch@utoledo.edu 

Last Updated: 8/6/21