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professor matthew stibbe

Professor Matthew Stibbe

Professor of Modern European History

Summary

I was educated at the Universities of Bristol and Sussex, and spent a year as an exchange student at the Humboldt University in Berlin. My first full-time lecturing post was at the University of Wales, Bangor, and I also worked for four and a half years at Liverpool Hope University before joining Sheffield Hallam in 2003. I became a Reader in 2007 and a Professor in 2010. I am a specialist in twentieth-century German and European history, and currently serve on the committee of the German History Society

  • Teaching

    Department of Humanities

    Social Sciences and Humanities

    Courses

    BA History
    BA English and History

    Modules

    The Cold War
    Germany 1890-1933
    Eastern Europe 1945-1989
    The Third Reich and its Aftermath, 1933-61

  • Research

    • Humanities Research Centre

    I am currently working on research projects on civilian internment during the First World War, women and revolutionary movements in the aftermath of the First World War, and ‘normalisation’ in post-1968 Eastern Europe

  • Publications

  • Media

    Matthew’s research focuses on the history of modern warfare and the aftermath of war, particularly, but not exclusively, in Germany and Central Europe.

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