Ronen Steinberg (Ph.D., History, The University of Chicago) is an assistant professor of history at Michigan State University. His primary areas of interest are the French Revolution, Modern European History, and mass violence. He has published articles and book chapters on the history of terrorism, transitional justice, and the aftermath of the Reign of Terror in revolutionary France. He has been a residential fellow at the Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Michigan, and a Benjamin Franklin Fellow of the American Philosophical Society. Most recently, a yearlong residential fellowship in the Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Texas at Austin funded research on trauma and history. He is currently working on a book manuscript titled tentatively The Afterlives of the Terror: Dealing with the Legacies of Violence in Post-Revolutionary France. At Michigan State University he teaches regularly a course on the History and Theory of Genocide as well as a seminar on how societies deal with the legacies of massive violence.
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