Cathleen M. Giustino is Associate Professor of History at Auburn University, where she teaches courses on modern Germany, 20th-century Eastern Europe, and cultural politics.  Her research expertise is urban planning and historic preservation in modern Prague.  She has published several articles and written Tearing Down Prague’s Jewish Town: Ghetto Clearance and the Legacy of Middle-Class Ethnic Politics around 1900.  She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Chicago and her B.A. from Grinnell College.  She has held awards from I.I.E.-Fulbright, the International Research and Exchange Board (I.R.E.X.), the American Council of Learned Societies (A.C.L.S.), and the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.  She is an editor for HABSBURG, a H-Net discussion network dedicated to the history of the Habsburg Empire and its successor states.



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