Chad S.A. Gibbs
TA: History 224, Professor Bitzan; George L. Mosse Fellow: Modern Jewish History
Office: 4220 Mosse Humanities
Mailbox: 4043 Mosse Humanities
Office Hours: Mondays 11:00-12:00, Thursdays 2:30-3:30
My research applies geographic and social network analysis methodologies to extensive testimonial sources in order to reconstruct resistance at the extermination camp Treblinka. My interests in the field of Holocaust and Genocide Studies also include memory and memorialization as well as the history and status of Holocaust teaching in American higher education.
- European History
- “To Sell Your Life at a Higher Price: Social and Spatial Networks of Resistance at Treblinka”
- “Lessons from the Treblinka Archive: Transnational Collections and their Implications for Historical Research.” Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (2018).