Udi Greenberg

Associate Professor of History

Udi Greenberg studies and teaches modern European history, intellectual history, and international history. His scholarship and teaching focuses especially on the intersection of ideas, institution building, and Europe's interactions with the world. His work has been supported, among others, by the ACLS, Mellon Foundation, the Volkswagen Foundation, and the DAAD.

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306 Carson Hall
HB 6107


  • B.A. Hebrew University
  • Ph.D. Hebrew University

Selected Publications

  • The Weimar Century: German Émigrés and the Ideological Foundations of the Cold War (Princeton University Press, 2014).

  • “Catholics, Protestants, and the Tortured Path to Religious Liberty," Journal of the History of Ideas 79:3 (2018).

  • "Protestants, Decolonization, and European Integration, 1885-1961," Journal of Modern History 89:2 (2017), 314-354.

  • "Militant Democracy and Human Rights," New German Critique 42:3 (2015), 169-195.

Works In Progress

Currently working on a book manuscript which explores the role of religion Europe's shift from national imperialism in the late nineteenth century to decolonization and integration in the mid 20th century.