Anti-tourism as a transnational movement (paper in preparation)
Publications related to European/EU Studies
‘Autarky in Tourism? The Nazi Tourism Project in a Pan-European Context’, in Touring Beyond the Nation: The Development of Modern Tourism in Pan-European and Trans-National Context, Eric Zuelow, ed. (Ashgate, 2011).
Public lectures; visits to middle and secondary schools
Open to media contact
University of Victoria
Department of History, P.O. Box 1700 STN CSC, Victoria, BC, V8W 3P4
Seeing Hitler’s Germany: Tourism in the Third Reich (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005); ‘A Vacation from the Nazis? Examining Tourism under Hitler’, in Life and Times in Nazi Germany,
Lisa Pine, ed. (Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016).
Education and professional achievements
B.A. (Honours), History, University of British Columbia -1995; M.A., History, University of Victoria - 1999; Ph.D., History, University of Cambridge - 2002
Weimar and Nazi Germany; The Holocaust; The Second World War; Europe Between the Wars; Europe - From the Middle Ages to the French Revolution; Europe - From Napoleon to the Present; Public History