Dr Gerwin Strobl
Telephone:+44 (0)29 208 75653
Location:John Percival Building, Room 5.40
Dr Gerwin Strobl is a specialist Central European History, and has a particular research interest in the Third Reich and the successor states of the Habsburg Empire. He has published articles on the politics of culture in the Third Reich in periodicals including the Cardiff Historical Papers, German Life and Letters, History Today, the Journal of Contemporary History and the New Theatre Quarterly.
Gerwin Strobl (2007) The Swastika and the Stage: German Theatre and Society, 1933-1945
Gerwin Strobl (2007) "Zum Ruhme Englands" : The "Vorgeschichte" of the Nazi Film Titanic', German Life & Letters, 196-211
Gerwin Strobl (2005) 'Staging the Nazi Assault on Reason: Hanns Johst's Schlageter and the ‘Theatre of Inner Experience’, New Theatre Quarterly, 307-316
Gerwin Strobl (2000) The Germanic Isle: Nazi Perceptions of Britain
Part Two Undergraduate modules
Postgraduate Research Students
I accept suitably qualified PhD students interested in the cultural, intellectual and political history of twentieth-century Central Europe, Germany and Austria.