Ștefan Cristian Ionescu
Theodore Zev and Alice R. Weiss-Holocaust Educational Foundation Visiting Associate Professor in Holocaust Studies
- Harris 312
- Office Hours: Thursdays 10am-12 pm
Geographic Field(s): Modern European History: Central/Eastern Europe
Principal Research Interest(s): Holocaust and genocide studies, Jewish history
Ștefan Cristian Ionescu is currently a Theodore Zev and Alice R. Weiss-Holocaust Educational Foundation Visiting Associate Professor in Holocaust Studies at Northwestern University. He was a Senior Lecturer in Holocaust and genocide studies at Hugo Valentin Center, Uppsala University; Judith B. and Burton P. Resnick Visiting Fellow at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington DC; a Visiting Lecturer and Research Associate at Chapman University; and Adjunct Assistant Professor of History at Elon University. Ionescu holds a Ph.D. in history from Clark University. He is the author of several book chapters and articles in such journals as Nationalities Papers: A Journal of Ethnicity and Nationalism, Journal of Genocide Research, Holocaust Studies: A Journal of History and Culture, Yad Vashem Studies, and Culture and Psychology. Ionescu’s book, entitled Jewish Resistance to Romanianization: 1940-1944, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2015.