Though my own research interests currently centre on the history of sexuality, I am a broadly trained historian of late nineteenth- and twentieth-century Europe, with a focus on Germany. I advise M.A. and Ph.D. students working on a wide variety of subjects, including political, social, and cultural history, and the socio-cultural history of both medicine/health and war/violence. I am appreciative of interdisciplinary and theoretically informed approaches to historical research and writing. I welcome applications from students who have a functional knowledge of German, which generally requires a combination of university language courses (or their equivalent) and some time spent in a German-speaking country or environment.