Amir Weiner

Associate Professor of History
Ph.D., Columbia University, History (1995)
M.A., Columbia University, History (1990)
B.A., The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Russian Studies and International Relations (1987)
Amir Weiner
Amir Weiner’s research concerns Soviet history with an emphasis on the interaction between totalitarian politics, ideology, nationality, and society. His first book, Making Sense of War analyzed the role and impact of the cataclysm of the Second World War on Soviet society and politics. His current project, Wild West, Window to the West engages the territories between the Baltic and Black Seas that were annexed by the Soviet Union in 1939-40, from the initial occupation to present. Professor Weiner has taught courses on modern Russian history; the Second World War; the Origins of Totalitarianism; War and Society in Modern Europe; Modern Ukrainian History; and History and Memory.

Contact

Telephone
(650) 723-3527
Subfield
Cold War Studies
Genocide and Violence
Global, Transnational, and International History
Historiography
Immigration, Borderlands, and Frontiers
Political Culture
Revolutions
War and Military History