Warren Rosenblum, PhD
Associate Professor of History, Politics, & International Relations
213 H. Sam Priest Center
PhD, University of Michigan, 1999
BA,Cornell University, 1988
Areas of Interests
History of Modern Europe
Warren Rosenblum is associate professor of history and director of European Studies at Webster University in St. Louis. He is the author of Beyond the Prison Gates: Punishment and Welfare in Germany, 1850-1933 (Chapel Hill, 2009), which won the Baker-Burton Prize of the Southern Historical Association. He has also published essays on punishment, the courts, and antisemitism in Germany, including, most recently, “Jews, Justice, and the Power of ‘Sensation’ in the Weimar Republic” in Leo Baeck Institute Yearbook 57. He is currently writing a book about the Haas-Helling affair or “Magdeburg Justice Scandal” of 1926. Rosenblum has been a visiting scholar at Harvard University’s Center for European Studies and a visiting professor at SUNY – Binghamton, Bowdoin College, and Deep Springs College.