Barry Jackisch, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of History

Phone: 260.399.7700, ext. 8131

Professional Education

  • M.A. and Ph.D. from State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY Buffalo)

Professional Memberships

  • American Historical Association
  • German Studies Association
  • German Academic Exchange Service
  • Social Science History Association



  • The Nature of Berlin: Green Space and Germany’s Capital City, 1870-1990. Under contract with Temple University Press, forthcoming 2016
  • The Pan-German League and Radical Nationalist Politics in Interwar Germany, 1918-1939. Ashgate Press, 2012


  • “The Nature of Berlin: Green Space and Visions of a New German Capital, 1920-1945,” in: Central European History, vol. 47, issue 02, June 2014, pp. 307-333.
  • “Continuity and Change on the German Right: The Pan-German League and Nazism, 1918-1939” in: Larry Eugene Jones (ed.) The German Right in the Weimar Republic: Studies in the History of German Conservatism, Nationalism, and Antisemitism from 1918 to 1933, Berghahn Books, 2014.
  • “A Dark International Plot: The Construction of the Jewish-Freemason Conspiracy in the Nazi Press, 1925-1945” in: Michael Nagel, Moshe Zimmermann (eds.): Judenfeindschaft und Antisemitismus in der deutschen Presse über fünf Jahrhunderte / Five hundred Years of Jew-Hatred and Anti-Semitism in the German Press, Bremen: Edition Lumiere, 2013.
  • “Green Germania?: Green Space and Urban Planning in Berlin, 1900-1945” in: Reinhard Zachau (ed.) Topography and Literature-Berlin and Modernism, Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2009.
  • “Kuno Graf von Westarp und die Auseinandersetzungen über Locarno. Konservative Außenpolitik und die deutschnationale Parteikrise 1925” (trans. “Kuno Graf von Westarp and the Locarno Crisis: Foreign Policy and Intra-Party Conflict in the German National People’s Party 1925”) in: Larry Eugene Jones and Wolfram Pyta (eds.), ‘Ich bin der letzte Preuße: Der politische Lebensweg des konservativen Politikers Kuno Graf von Westarp (1864-1945), Böhlau Verlag, 2006.


I have presented papers and served as panel commentator/chair at numerous academic conferences in North America and Europe over the past 15 years.


My research focuses on a range of topics in 19th and 20th Central European history.

Curriculum Vitae

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