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Lisa Todd

Assistant Professor of Modern European History

University of New Brunswick

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University of New Brunswick

3 Bailey Drive Room 317

Fredericton, New Brunswick,E3B 5A3

Canada

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The University of New Brunswick is Canada's oldest English-language university. Founded in 1785, the multi-campus institution has a rich history and a dynamic focus on innovation, experiential learning and entrepreneurship. UNB has more than 10,500 students fr... more

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Background Information

Employment History

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Affiliations

The Gregg Centre

Visiting Fellow


Education

B.A.

History , Comparative Literature and German

University of New Brusnwick


BA

Royal Holloway College , University of London ( MA )


M.A.

Royal Holloway College , University of London


Ph.D.

University of Toronto


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Our People | The Gregg Centre | UNB Fredericton

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Dr Lisa Todd
Dr. Lisa Todd Dr Lisa Todd Dr. Lisa Todd holds an M.A. from Royal Holloway College, University of London, and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto. Her doctoral dissertation, "Sexual Treason: State Surveillance of Infidelity and Immorality in World War I Germany" (2005), focused on wartime sexual relationships, both at home and on the front lines, and offered a new interpretation of the "national crisis" allegedly unleashed by the mass separation of married couples in 1914. Dr. Todd's current research continues to focus on soldier-civilian relations, sexual violence, and propaganda, and is entitled: "Defending White Womanhood: Rape, Race and Myth in the Occupied German Rhineland, 1919-1927. Dr. Todd teaches courses on the European home fronts of World War I, 20th century German History, the history of the Holocaust and genocide, and the history of gender and sexuality.


Executive and Council Members | Canadian Historical Association

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Lisa Todd (UNB)
Lisa Todd is Assistant Professor of Modern European History at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, N.B. She teaches courses on Germany and Modern Europe, historiography, gender and sexuality, the First World War, and the Holocaust. She obtained degrees from the University of Toronto (Ph.D.), Royal Holloway College, University of London (MA) and the University of New Brunswick (BA). Lisa is the director of the new Network for the Study of Civilians, Soldiers and Society at the Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society, and is completing a book entitled Sexual Treason: Soldiers and Civilians in First World War Germany. Lisa's new research considers the work of women anthropologists who studied and categorized "mixed race" peoples during the Third Reich. She was a member of the Program Committee for the 2011 CHA Annual Meeting held in Fredericton, and is keen to increase CHA membership among non-Canadianists. Email - Lisa Todd Lisa Todd Lisa Todd


2011 CHA Annual Meeting - Fredericton (University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University) | Canadian Historical Association

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Lisa Todd, University of New Brunswick


Executive and Council Members | Canadian Historical Association

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Lisa Todd (UNB)
Lisa Todd is Assistant Professor of Modern European History at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, N.B. She teaches courses on Germany and Modern Europe, historiography, gender and sexuality, the First World War, and the Holocaust. She obtained degrees from the University of Toronto (Ph.D.), Royal Holloway College, University of London (MA) and the University of New Brunswick (BA). Lisa is the director of the new Network for the Study of Civilians, Soldiers and Society at the Gregg Centre for the Study of War and Society, and is completing a book entitled Sexual Treason: Soldiers and Civilians in First World War Germany. Lisa's new research considers the work of women anthropologists who studied and categorized "mixed race" peoples during the Third Reich. She was a member of the Program Committee for the 2011 CHA Annual Meeting held in Fredericton, and is keen to increase CHA membership among non-Canadianists. Email - Lisa Todd Lisa Todd Lisa Todd


Our People | The Gregg Centre | UNB Fredericton

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Dr Lisa ToddDr. Lisa ToddDr. Lisa Todd is a Visiting Fellow at the Gregg Centre and an Assistant Professor in the History Department for 2008-2009 She holds an M.A. from Royal Holloway College, University of London, and a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto.Her doctoral dissertation, "Sexual Treason: State Surveillance of Infidelity and Immorality in World War I Germany" (2005), focused on wartime sexual relationships, both at home and on the front lines, and offered a new interpretation of the "national crisis" allegedly unleashed by the mass separation of married couples in 1914.Dr. Todd's current research continues to focus on soldier-civilian relations, sexual violence, and propaganda, and is entitled: "Defending White Womanhood: Rape, Race and Myth in the Occupied German Rhineland, 1919-1927."Dr. Todd teaches courses on the European home fronts of World War I, 20th century German History, the history of the Holocaust and genocide, and the history of gender and sexuality.She is a native New Brunswicker, and completed her B.A. (History, Comparative Literature and German) at UNB in 1997.


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